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    A fun list of books. The interesting thing is they modified the rules to exclude the bulk of SK as he received around 15% of the nominations for the list.

    https://www.npr.org/2018/08/16/63277...horror-stories

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    I have a forwarding address in the US with shipito.com. Early May a package arrived there that I wasnít expecting. I must have sent it there by mistake when ordering. I donít remember which book or where I ordered it. (Iím not the sharpest tool in the shed.) To save money I forwarded it via USPS economy airmail.

    It still hasnít arrived. Iím not worried or mad or anything, just curious why the process takes so much longer compared to priority. Does it get thrown in a corner? Is it handled by a different staff? It seems odd that paying extra makes things go so much faster.


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    Quote Originally Posted by vincent View Post
    I have a forwarding address in the US with shipito.com. Early May a package arrived there that I wasnít expecting. I must have sent it there by mistake when ordering. I donít remember which book or where I ordered it. (Iím not the sharpest tool in the shed.) To save money I forwarded it via USPS economy airmail.

    It still hasnít arrived. Iím not worried or mad or anything, just curious why the process takes so much longer compared to priority. Does it get thrown in a corner? Is it handled by a different staff? It seems odd that paying extra makes things go so much faster.


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    With economy, they just drop kick your package and hope it lands in the right pile. If not repeat over and over until it's finally right. THEN once it's there they throw it on a plane (might be going to the right place who knows) and as they pass over the country they just drop it out the plane and hope it makes it's way to your post for delivery.

    All kidding but I wouldn't trust anything USPS for economy. I tried sending a graduation card to my buddy in May he didn't get it for 4 weeks and it was travelling all of 4 hours east...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsmcmullen92 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by vincent View Post
    I have a forwarding address in the US with shipito.com. Early May a package arrived there that I wasnít expecting. I must have sent it there by mistake when ordering. I donít remember which book or where I ordered it. (Iím not the sharpest tool in the shed.) To save money I forwarded it via USPS economy airmail.

    It still hasnít arrived. Iím not worried or mad or anything, just curious why the process takes so much longer compared to priority. Does it get thrown in a corner? Is it handled by a different staff? It seems odd that paying extra makes things go so much faster.


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    With economy, they just drop kick your package and hope it lands in the right pile. If not repeat over and over until it's finally right. THEN once it's there they throw it on a plane (might be going to the right place who knows) and as they pass over the country they just drop it out the plane and hope it makes it's way to your post for delivery.

    All kidding but I wouldn't trust anything USPS for economy. I tried sending a graduation card to my buddy in May he didn't get it for 4 weeks and it was travelling all of 4 hours east...
    I am always pleasantly surprised with USPS shipping within the US. I have never had any more problems with damage to Media Mail packages than I have with priority or with other shippers (in fact, UPS is my least favorite and I much prefer USPS over them), and it rarely takes longer than 4-5 days to receive a package shipped Media Mail.

    On the other hand, I hate shipping anything internationally, and USPS is my least favorite. I think mcmullen has it about right with his description...

    On a side note, I recently had to return a small book to a publisher in Ireland - the postal stamp on my package showed that he paid 7 euros to send it to me and it cost me almost 25 USD to send it back
    Looking for the following Centipede Press books:
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    Also looking for a Lettered The Graveyard Book from Subterranean Press.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Staad View Post
    A fun list of books. The interesting thing is they modified the rules to exclude the bulk of SK as he received around 15% of the nominations for the list.

    https://www.npr.org/2018/08/16/63277...horror-stories
    Enjoyed looking through that, Tim. Thanks for posting.

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    Is anyone here eBay seller darina_tsu? Has a good number of books up on eBay and some nice King editions. I put in an offer on a recently posted book but if it's someone here I'd always prefer to deal directly
    Looking for the following Centipede Press books:
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    • Chimera II (any #)
    • Deluxe editions
    • ARCs/Proofs
    Also looking for a Lettered The Graveyard Book from Subterranean Press.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lotuz View Post
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    I have a forwarding address in the US with shipito.com.
    All kidding but I wouldn't trust anything USPS for economy. I tried sending a graduation card to my buddy in May he didn't get it for 4 weeks and it was travelling all of 4 hours east...
    On the other hand, I hate shipping anything internationally, and USPS is my least favorite. I think mcmullen has it about right with his description...

    On a side note, I recently had to return a small book to a publisher in Ireland - the postal stamp on my package showed that he paid 7 euros to send it to me and it cost me almost 25 USD to send it back
    I think a lot of national postal services still have this priority/economy distinction. It's just so weird: give us $25 and we'll get it there as soon as we can with a smile, give us $7 and we won't try very hard, you'll be lucky to get it, mate. Like if someone who makes bookcases said: I can make it for you for $100 and it will be a piece of art, or I can make it for $20 and it will be crooked and fall over.

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    So damn tired of ordering books from sellers that never end up being accurate. When you describe a book as "pristine," to me, that means ZERO flaws.
    With one chance to go back...
    who would you save?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricky View Post
    So damn tired of ordering books from sellers that never end up being accurate. When you describe a book as "pristine," to me, that means ZERO flaws.
    I totally agree. It really drives me. RF mentioned once to ask me how many 1st ITís I have bought. It prompted me to try and count them over the last 6-7 years... I have bought about 35-40. Not a single prestine one to be had
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    Oh man, 35-40?! That's what I feel like would happen to me if I bought every one that looked or sounded good. Some of the missing firsts in my collection I've been searching for for 10+ years (IT among them) without any luck of finding one that I'd be happy with.
    With one chance to go back...
    who would you save?


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    Also, has anyone had any luck in finding Mr. Mercedes on DVD (which was released on Tuesday)? I went to Target and Best Buy today and BOTH stores were out of stock. Online, too. And Target's website says it's available for pre-order. Amazon has it as out of stock as well. What is going on here?
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    No problem. I thought it was a fairly interesting list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Staad View Post
    A fun list of books. The interesting thing is they modified the rules to exclude the bulk of SK as he received around 15% of the nominations for the list.

    https://www.npr.org/2018/08/16/63277...horror-stories
    Enjoyed looking through that, Tim. Thanks for posting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricky View Post
    So damn tired of ordering books from sellers that never end up being accurate. When you describe a book as "pristine," to me, that means ZERO flaws.
    My favorite is "LIKE NEW" and look at the pictures and the dust cover is all ripped up or remander marked and the text block has dirt on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darkseer View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Ricky View Post
    So damn tired of ordering books from sellers that never end up being accurate. When you describe a book as "pristine," to me, that means ZERO flaws.
    My favorite is "LIKE NEW" and look at the pictures and the dust cover is all ripped up or remander marked and the text block has dirt on it.
    The worst thing is when a listing like that actually sells!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricky View Post
    Also, has anyone had any luck in finding Mr. Mercedes on DVD (which was released on Tuesday)? I went to Target and Best Buy today and BOTH stores were out of stock. Online, too. And Target's website says it's available for pre-order. Amazon has it as out of stock as well. What is going on here?
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    $30 for a just released DVD? No way.
    With one chance to go back...
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    It was only $2 cheaper on Amazon, and I believe it's 3 DVD's. BTAIM, you asked, so I tried to help.

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    This set is not as interesting now that it was a few months ago, since the serie has now been released on DVD.
    However, it does include a reproduction of a letter by King
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    Quote Originally Posted by darkseer View Post
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    So damn tired of ordering books from sellers that never end up being accurate. When you describe a book as "pristine," to me, that means ZERO flaws.
    My favorite is "LIKE NEW" and look at the pictures and the dust cover is all ripped up or remander marked and the text block has dirt on it.
    Yeah, "like new" is tricky. I've actually had more luck with "near fine" than I have with "very good". NF seems to have less of a variation from people who use it. VG seems to range between what I would call "acceptable" and what I would call NF or NF-.

    (And if you're wondering why I'd settle for a VG book, sometimes I'm after a nice copy of a book to read or own, but don't need it to be pristine. If there's a price jump between VG and NF, I'll take a chance on VG. Sometime it pans out, sometimes not).
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    I saw Bob Dylan again a few nights back. It was the 7th or 8th time I've seen him since 1997. You have to have a deep love for Dylan to forgive his voice nowadays and his Americana stock interpretations of his back catalogue. But it's Dylan - he still gives it his all, and it still has moments of pure magic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peripheral View Post
    I saw Bob Dylan again a few nights back. It was the 7th or 8th time I've seen him since 1997. You have to have a deep love for Dylan to forgive his voice nowadays and his Americana stock interpretations of his back catalogue. But it's Dylan - he still gives it his all, and it still has moments of pure magic.
    Dylan came through town last summer, and my Dad finally saw him for the first time. He loved the singing, but was shocked and pretty disappointed when he stayed at his piano for the entire show, instead of picking up his guitar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdwyer19 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by peripheral View Post
    I saw Bob Dylan again a few nights back. It was the 7th or 8th time I've seen him since 1997. You have to have a deep love for Dylan to forgive his voice nowadays and his Americana stock interpretations of his back catalogue. But it's Dylan - he still gives it his all, and it still has moments of pure magic.
    Dylan came through town last summer, and my Dad finally saw him for the first time. He loved the singing, but was shocked and pretty disappointed when he stayed at his piano for the entire show, instead of picking up his guitar.
    I noticed that too. I saw him the last time he was in Melbourne, in 2015, and he played guitar and stood for several songs. This tour he sat behind the piano for the entire time, stood occasionally (still behind the piano), and when he did move over to other band members between sounds he shuffled more than walked. To me, its clear that, at 77-years-old, his health is noticeably deteriorating.

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    Last weekend I spent a couple of hours putting Brodart covers on my King UK 1/1 editions. I'm not very good at it, so I started with the more recent ones and worked my way back. Still have a lot to do; I ran out of dustjacket covers.

    BTW, ordering covers directly from Brodart seems to be WAY cheaper than getting them through Amazon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Staad View Post
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