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  • DeMonk
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    Mine arrived today... without the 10 euro import tax.
    How is that for luck... when the taxman forgets you? Maybe I should buy a lottery ticket today.

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  • Karen
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    Got mine today. I'm so behind. I went to put it on the shelf and saw books 2 and 3 not even cracked open. My husband is a way for 2 weeks, so I won't have time to get to any of it for a while. Woe is me.

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  • glindros
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    Originally posted by Jan View Post
    Today's the last day for the $10 discount if you've been procrastinating. Yeah, like that happens a lot with this crowd, huh?

    Jan
    Order? I got mine delivered today. Let the reading begin.

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  • Jan
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    Today's the last day for the $10 discount if you've been procrastinating. Yeah, like that happens a lot with this crowd, huh?

    Jan

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  • DeMonk
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    They are fast: I ordered last night when I came home and it has shipped already.
    Now I'm just hoping I don't have to pay the 10 euro import tax. Sometimes I'm lucky and customs forget the charge.

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  • glindros
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    I too have sent my offering to the Church of jms, and await my eternal reward. I have to admit I wasn't anxious, but definitely a bit excited.

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  • Karen
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    It's OK, Jan. I take your anxiousness as a form of worship and am pleased. But if you do it too much, I may have to smite you. (Isn't that what goddesses are known for?)


    Edit: It's ben about 8 hours since I ordered the book and it shows as shipped already on the CafePress site. I don't have a tracking number yet, but have never had a book out of production this quickly. I am amazed.
    Last edited by Karen; 10-14-2009, 10:39 PM. Reason: Startling new info

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  • Jan
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    Originally posted by Karen View Post
    I'm a little behind you guys. I had an appointment today and just got home. I have now ordered, though, so I'm all caught up!
    Whew! I was getting...anxious!

    Jan

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  • Karen
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    I'm a little behind you guys. I had an appointment today and just got home. I have now ordered, though, so I'm all caught up!

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  • babylonlurker
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    Originally posted by Jan View Post
    Just go my notice a few minutes ago. Part 4 is available!

    http://www.cafepress.com/b5books

    Jan
    So did I , amd the order has been made

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  • Jan
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    Just go my notice a few minutes ago. Part 4 is available!

    http://www.cafepress.com/b5books

    Jan

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  • Jan
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    Originally posted by glindros View Post
    To introduce what I assume are thousands of jms fans to the Babylon Podcast through the B5 books mass email is great and a win-win for all, but highlighting an unfinished version of the podcast seems to lack a certain amount of common courtesy, and respect for the effort to produce the finished show. I think a url listing the show's website would be the better published link.
    Just to clarify, the link was posted with permission of a representative of the Podcast. However, it's being removed as there wasn't anything of JMS's not contained in the edited file.

    Jan

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  • nottenst
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    I also asked about the live feed recording in the comment section of the second part of the podcast and Summer has responded saying that no content of the interview itself was edited out.

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  • glindros
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    If Karen can take the waiting then so can I. The summer certainly tapped me out, and I'm still reading vol.3 anyway.

    It did surprise me that the Scripts Team decided to post the live feed file in addition to the two part interview.

    To include a link to a live feed recording in such a mass mailing seems to do a disservice to the people that work so hard on producing the finished show. To my knowledge there was no significant or even slightly important thing edited from any of the two part interview recordings.

    Do the show hosts encourage people who have found the show to listen to the live feed? Yes. Do a core group of people catch the live feed every week, and even record it for those who missed it? Yes. Are crazy things said from time to time that don't make broadcast? Yes.

    Does the show keep an archive of live feed recordings? No. Did anything "crazy" happen during jms' live feed, besides jms answering questions with his vast knowledge and wit? No. Does the Babylon Podcast put live feed recordings up on itunes, or in their rss feed? No.

    To introduce what I assume are thousands of jms fans to the Babylon Podcast through the B5 books mass email is great and a win-win for all, but highlighting an unfinished version of the podcast seems to lack a certain amount of common courtesy, and respect for the effort to produce the finished show. I think a url listing the show's website would be the better published link.

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  • Karen
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    I'm OK with waiting an extra month as long as I know what's going on. I love having the info. The scripts team rules!

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