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, "b_schulte70" <brettschulte@b...> wrote:
> I know a guy who has the ORs on CD and in book form. He narrows his
> searches using the CD, and then he heads to his bound volumes so as
> not to strain the eyes. I may have to wait to get married until I've
> bought the bound set (and the supplement from Broadfoot). I can't
> imagine any significant other who wasn't a buff would understand or
> even accept such a purchase...
I buy individual volumes of the ORs for between $4 and $7 at a bookstore in New York
City. My significant other things I am crazy for wanting to read books of that type, but she
doesn't have a big deal with the purchase price because I buy them a few at a time and
they are as cheap as the paperback novels she reads.