Afternoon reading

Some days, you walk into the campus bookstore to have a small look around prior to your meeting, and you find not one, not two, not three, but four books that are highly relevant to both your current personal and academic interests in things like consumption and individual production.  And they all have read sale stickers on them.  And there’s a nearby sign proclaiming that all red sale stickers will be discounted by an additional 50 percent at the cash.  And so you leave with these:

New Books

All for less than you’d spend at the thrift store for the same books.  And, because you’re so excited about new books, you then proceed to talk about the admittedly minor experience in the second person for some unknown reason.

In any case, I guess I know what I’ll be reading this afternoon.  I’m off to make some tea and find a blanket…


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