1. Subscribersonhouse
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    14 Mar '12 15:49
    It stops making bound versions now. Only digital online left. End of a long long era.
  2. Houston, Texas
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    14 Mar '12 19:383 edits
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    It stops making bound versions now. Only digital online left. End of a long long era.
    That is kind of sad.

    As an aside, it was interesting how years ago before the digital age and readily available mass of information, that volume R in the elementary school library would fall open to Reproduction. In stark contrast, now a elementary school kid can view the most graphic porn online in a matter of seconds.
  3. Joined
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    15 Mar '12 12:51
    Originally posted by moon1969
    That is kind of sad.
    Kind of. It hasn't been truly Brittanic for decades.

    As an aside, it was interesting how years ago before the digital age and readily available mass of information, that volume R in the elementary school library would fall open to Reproduction. In stark contrast, now a elementary school kid can view the most graphic porn online in a matter of seconds.

    And, if they follow those instructions, most likely not reproduce, unless they find a girl with her ovaries next to her ears.

    Richard