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Yet another professional has said something super-dooper about this book:

"A delicious combination of clever new ideas and cunning twists on the classics."

- John Archer, Professional Mind Reader

Cheers,

-Paul

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On 2011-07-02 00:38, nique wrote:
Hello Gentlemen! Is the book on track with being shipped this week? Smile

With any luck we will get the books from the printers delivered sometime next week.

There is then the weekend that 'gets in the way' I would eliminate it for you all but some might moan!

Therefore, the books will be dispatched on, or around, the 11th July.

All I am going to say is, "If you haven't got an order in yet I wouldn't put it off for too much longer!"

Cheers,

-Paul

Here's the latest news on 'This Way Up' :

http://eepurl.com/eAIG2

Cheers,

-Paul
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Thanks for the update Paul
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Paul, can you please translate the following ?

Paul Brook Esq.
MSc D.Hyp.Adv Dip.Hyp Dip.Couns FHAGB MPBH MUFH MSFTR
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On 2011-07-04 14:44, Stefmagic wrote:
Paul, can you please translate the following ?

Paul Brook Esq.
MSc D.Hyp.Adv Dip.Hyp Dip.Couns FHAGB MPBH MUFH MSFTR

At first they would appear to be my qualifications. But in reality I dropped my alphabet spaghetti and they made this rather interesting pattern Smile
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Though 'FHAGB MPBH MUFH MSFTR ' does sound like something Mutley might say.
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On 2011-07-04 15:27, Anansi wrote:
Though 'FHAGB MPBH MUFH MSFTR ' does sound like something Mutley might say.

Oh...that's a keeper. It will sit along side my "It's how to call H.P. Lovecraft" Smile

Thanks,

-Paul
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And here is me for the past year thinking it was the final clue to the Crawley problem!
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I thought it was a Kraftwerk song!
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I'm new here, so I'd like to chip in and support the work of Colin and Paul, of course based on their previous ones.
I see to a trend that scares me - but then Paul's Crysalis of a Polymath was also not cheap, but I milked it, I'm milking it, and I will milk it for sure in the future.

So, for whoever may be interested, but don't know Paul and Colin, I'd like to back their reputation.

Does this mean that the book is good? Nope, but it probably will. Anyway I bought it and as soon as it arrives, I can make a short review



PS does anyone know how to subscribe to posts or forums?
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On 2011-07-05 03:42, Sicorace wrote:
PS does anyone know how to subscribe to posts or forums?

I don't think you can, unless you make the original post and tick an option.
I hope I'm wrong, because I'd love to be able to track the interesting threads.
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Ciao Simon! it's me, Daniele!

we are a little of topic here, but it seems strange that you cannot "track" a post and be alerted of any new message...
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I've since added a "favourite" link to this thread on my browser to bring it up now and then every 3 to 4 days.
Am also awaiting the book to arrive.
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This topic has already 8 pages for nothing Smile
I'll would like 10 pages for nothing, I like the number 10.
So this is my useless post to help to reach 10 pages.
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I think this is the most expensive item I have ever purchased.

Feed us more hype, I'm hungry!

In Paul we trust.
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On 2011-07-05 18:47, Blindside785 wrote:
I think this is the most expensive item I have ever purchased.

Feed us more hype, I'm hungry!

In Paul we trust.

Lol--funny!
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On 2011-06-30 09:17, quicknotist wrote:
There's a market for those too Smile
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On 2011-06-30 08:16, johncesta wrote:
I wish I was in. I have kids!!

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yeah, it's called the "food" market.

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Hi Paul,

any news about the shipment date ?

Regards
Giuseppe
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Any significance to the title of this book?
Some people hear voices.. Some see invisible people.. Others have no imagination whatsoever.
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On 2011-07-04 12:47, Paul Brook wrote:
Here's the latest news on 'This Way Up' :

http://eepurl.com/eAIG2

Cheers,

-Paul

OVERFLOW---SEE Paul's posting about shipment a few posts back
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