CARC Erdnase mini bible

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Postby Guest » 03/11/07 12:34 PM

(I originally learned of this new publication on this forum, for that I'm grateful. However, now I can't find the posting that notified me some weeks ago as to its availability.)

I received my copy of this wonderful book yesterday. It is awesome! More than I expected as regards quality of production. For those who've often missed their copies, when conversations drift towards all things Erdnase, I think they will find great value in this little gem of a product.

Postby George Olson » 03/11/07 01:24 PM

I received mine yesterday also, and couldn't agree more. It has a great feel and the altar i built for it just enhances the material ;) contained there-in.

I just ordered another!

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Postby Guest » 03/11/07 07:48 PM

Do you have a pair of Fantasio vanishing candles on either side of the book where it is displayed? ;)

Postby Richard Kaufman » 03/11/07 07:59 PM

The book keeps the scrotum perfectly in place.
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Postby Guest » 03/11/07 11:04 PM

I think it is nifty work of book-art and (with my eyes) I need a magnifying glass to read it in this form. I'm gonna order another one too, it's a little jewel of a thing...

Postby Guest » 03/12/07 02:00 AM

I ordered my copy, I can't wait to bring this to church and see if my wife catches me reading this instead of the other Bible...! :D

Check out the link to Le Paul's notebook...nice ... dex2.shtml

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Postby Jim Maloney_dup1 » 03/13/07 08:12 AM

More cool news from CARC: Volumes 1 through 97 of The Magic Circular are now available for all membership levels. Nice!

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Postby Guest » 04/01/07 06:48 PM

I wish there was a mini-version of "13 Steps" of the same quality.

Postby Guest » 04/09/07 10:37 PM

The more I think about it, the more I would love the idea of a Corinda Mini-bible of the Thirteen Steps! On an earlier post I noticed that somebody was looking for a soft-cover edition of The Steps.. A mini-bible version of it, like the new Erdnase one, would be ideal!!
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