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When I worked at the Harvard Press it was a once-a-year-or-so giggle that someone would order the entire Loeb Classical Library (tiny books of the Greek and Roman Classics, red for Greek, green for Latin, side-by-side translation), for an outrageous sum, simply so they could paper their wall with it and look smart and well read.

So I suppose it was only a matter of time before Better Homes & Gardens got hold of this...

Miss Bliss

Um...I don't even know what to say about this quite honestly. Obviously you shouldn't be using the words "science" and "heartland" in the same sentence though.


Hi Jarrett. Here's the link to my thoughts on the matter.



Damn, here's the link.

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