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March 28, 2010

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Tony

Too many books = does not compute. The problem is clearly too little storage space!

craig

It is not perfect but deep shelves can be double stacked, as long as you find a way of remembering that which is hidden. Otherwise I can look out for a TARDIS which occasionally appears in the park outside my window

Graeme Clark

time for an extension, that is, to your house not to your working life!

andy jones

Following Gladstone's example, you could always build a new library for your books, name it after an appropriate local saint (suggestions on a postcard please), and charge for bed, breakfast and reading rights.

Richard

I understand, I'm having quite a major cull at the moment (see my latest post where i'm giving some away) - even though many are books i would never reasonably open again it is a strangely emotional experience as so much personal biography is tied up with them.

stuart

Give me your books!

lynn

I'd be grateful for any doublers of commentaries ;-)

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