Well, I managed to clear my inbox of Bammo Dekronomicon orders late on July 17, but I just checked it again late on July 18, and there were 35 emails.
Gentlemen, if you want a Bammo Dekronomicon, do not hesitate -- there will soon be none left and the secret will be vested only in those who made the move at the right time.
I think about the times I hesitated. I should have bought that 1957 gold-top Les Paul I saw for a few bucks in the pawn shop one sunny day in the 1970s.
I should have bought that Microsoft stock back then in 1982 when I bought a new software program called, "Word," and I thought -- man, this works great.
Then there was AOL -- I signed up and got online in minutes. Should have bought some stock and sold it high.
Did I mention I turned down the opportunity to invest in a dumb game called, "Trivial Pursuit?" I figured how good could a game be that two beer-swilling Canadian sports writers invented.
Then there was that dame from Scotland with the book on some kid wizard -- she asked for my help in finding a publisher, but I was too busy.
Don't be too busy -- time is running out. Supplies of the Bammo Dekronomicon are running out. The clock is ticking. Call our prayer line or send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org