Muli Ben-Yehuda's journal

October 16, 2003

exercise sometimes has strange rewards

Filed under: Uncategorized — Muli Ben-Yehuda @ 11:18 AM

Last night, ladypine and I went out for a brisk walk in the neighborhood. Along our path we happened upon a bench carrying all sorts of books, left for the taking. ladypine picked up four copies of ‘Fantasy 2000’, a Hebrew science fiction magazine that was published a long time ago, and I picked up Heinlein’s The Cat Who Walks Through Walls in Hebrew and Time Enough For Love in English. There were many other good books there, but we left them. One shouldn’t be greedy, and we still had a long walk ahead of us…

Checking my Heinlein book shelf now, it seems that I already have a copy of Time Enough For Love. In the spirit in which it was found, I’ll mail it to the first person who leaves a comment that they want it. Cheers!

3 Comments »

  1. I want it!
    Please please please!
    I can send back “number of the beast” if you want it, and “Forever free” if you didn’t get it yet.

    Comment by shapirac — October 16, 2003 @ 4:30 AM | Reply

    • Re: I want it!
      It’s yours! ๐Ÿ™‚
      I have a copy of Number of the Beast, thanks. Assuming Forever Free is Haldeman’s Forever Free, I’d love to read it.
      Send me your snail mail address via email. I have a couple of things to take care off in the post office tomorrow, I’ll send it to you then.

      Comment by mulix — October 16, 2003 @ 4:38 AM | Reply

  2. Nothing like finding books out there…
    Although I actually find myself offended by seeing them thrown out by other people.
    My mom used to tell me, “Books are our friends! You don’t throw friends out.”
    I recently found a great book of Japanese poetry, tossed on the ground on Allenby.

    Comment by aerodeliria — October 20, 2003 @ 2:44 AM | Reply


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