How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

It's not my fault, I swear...

The 30% off hardcover of The Dark Tower, final book in the fantastic Dark Tower series, jumped up and stuck to my hand. I couldn't shake it off, as much as I tried. I was left with the option of either paying for it, or trying to explain the embarassing situation to the staff at the Waldenbooks I wandered into on whim after work today.

I opted for paying for it, but have you ever tried to pay for a book that is glued to your hand? Try and run _that_ under a barcode scanner. At any rate, once the money had been exchanged, the book fell right off of my hand and into the bag. I couldn't very well return it; it might get stuck to my hand again. So now I'm stuck with it.

Woe is me.

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