mjj (flemmings) wrote,
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Those who have dealt with amazon.wherever in its many avatars, what does it mean when their wp says a book has not yet been released that two people you know have already read?

1) amazon doesn't update its wps enough. If you preorder they will have the thing in stock already and send it along.

2) amazon doesn't know its virtual fundament from a virtual hole in the ground. Do not deal with them unless you must.

The various wank communities make for dispiriting reading lately, hence my icon. From the behaviour on both sides I can't help feeling that HP fans deserve their fandom and may it choke them; from reading HP (nice but no big deal) I conclude that my feelings are right. 'But for Wales, Richard?'
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