|tmavomodry - 2010-05-26 |
i always wanted these books
|MrBuddy - 2010-05-26 |
I voted on 44 PoE TV videos, one of 'em, just for snorin' to loud.
|hornung - 2010-05-26 |
John Wesley Harding once recorded an album that made me snore too loud.
|C. Eloi Marx - 2010-05-26 |
I'm not going to lie, I want that belt buckle.
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2010-05-26 |
my grandmother's second husband had those books. I loved them. He traded them for some pipe tobacco. I really shouldn't be surprised by that.
That sounds just like something someone from the Old West would do. He was living the dream.
|Xenocide - 2010-05-26 |
These look really neat. I'm guessing I can't order them anymore, but I'm sure they live on in flea markets and estate sales throughout our greatish nation.
|StanleyPain - 2010-05-26 |
Hey Kathy, YOU BITCH I NEVER GOT MY SPECIAL GIFT.
|boner - 2010-05-26 |
If you never cancelled, they sent you 26 of the fuckin things. My Mom had the same thing going on with worthless dolls/figurines/plates.
|Crackersmack - 2010-05-26 |
My mom still has these, along with a pretty awesome Time Life book set about ghosts. Just the pictures alone used to creep me out as a kid.
Rodents of Unusual Size
Those Time/Life mythology and folklore books always had the best illustrations. I get excited just thinking about them.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2010-05-26 |
Nice, but the Mysteries of the Unknown series will always hold that special place in my heart.
|Dread Pirate Roberts - 2010-05-26 |
I have to admit, I might have to search ebay for a set. Looks interesting.
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