Heather and Douglas

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02 June 2008

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elizabeth

Horaay! I hope they weren't horrid as I couldn't exactly start eating in the store and THEN decide what to buy, so I just went for all odd flavored kit kat (well, except the Green Tea, the Curry and I think the Nutmeg flavored kitkats!). I am glad you got Candy! Time to start another round of postings! I need to convince Linda to go another trip so I can get more 'treasure' to post.

On the bright side, telling any North American Otaku you had genuine strawberry Hello Kitty Pocky from Japan should give you cred - if that is where you WANT cred, admittedly they don't tend to mix with the loeb reader groups (I am a reader of the loeb library, as well as the black pequins - the OOP roman classics).

Just a note, I read MOST of Cicero's cases, and had well, ENOUGH of Cicero's voice and you are going back for MORE! Wow, I bow to your resolve (or maybe enjoyment?).

Heather

Otaku cred. The mind boggles.

The Cicero is Douglas s thing: theres something about the collection of entire sets that turns his crank. One of the rooms upstairs it full or Greek and Latin books which will eventually (or not) be read.

Given the recent influx of manga, Ive been trying to persuade him to sell/give away some of classical stuff. After all I did get rid of a lot of Derrida. Im not making headway fast.

Heather

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