[FoRK] Items you own

Meltsner, Kenneth Kenneth.Meltsner at ca.com
Mon Aug 30 20:14:28 PDT 2004

My wife used to be a science fiction/mystery book reviewer, and still reviews random books for our local newspaper.  We have about 7,000 (or more) books.  My latest bookcase project will double our hardcover capacity by adding ~100 linear feet of shelves.  A typical library bookcase might have 20 or so linear feet of shelves.  

And of course, that's just the hardcovers.  We also have shelves for trade paperbacks and regular paperbacks.  Lots of shelves.  Shelves on all floors of our house.  Shelves in the hall.  Shelves in the boys' rooms.  Shelves in the guest bedroom.  Shelves in the basement (unfortunately).

So, you think you have lots of books?  I'll show you lots of books....

[Our van has plates with "2 MNY BKS."  Might as well be proud of your addictions. ]


-----Original Message-----
From:	fork-bounces at xent.com on behalf of Joseph S. Barrera III
Sent:	Mon 8/30/2004 9:17 PM
To:	Stephen D. Williams
Cc:	FoRK
Subject:	Re: [FoRK] Items you own
Stephen D. Williams wrote:

>  Wow, I bow to your superior buying power. How much of that is books?
>  Have you started to sell anything back yet?? I need to start trying
>  to sell old, mostly obsolete, books.

Much of it is music (CDs) and some of it is DVDs (anime, mostly).
But most of it is books. If you've ever seen "Read or Die"... that's me. :-)

I've sold back maybe 150 technical books.  I kept the books I didn't
necessarily need but which had little (< $5) resale value.

My parents have many books. My grandparents have no books.
My children look to be on the road of having many books.

- Joe
No! Bad cow! Stop eating all of my villagers!!!

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