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October 10, 2005


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About the book part, I never bought anything new since 2000. I found most of the information I need on the internet. In the case of an interesting book like "Freakonomics", I check places like, amazon, or froogle to see if anyone is unloading their copy. I recently bought a Jeremy Siegel book for just $3 plus shipping (another $3). I think I told my wife a thousand times that it was the best money I ever spent. It's astonishing the amount of intelectual wealth you gain by parting just $6.

Thought you were going to talk about used cars. Shouldn't that be at the top of your list?

patience, young jedi knight, it was only part 1.

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