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Please buy your books thru our links! ::178

Our Amazon.com links are our most valuable source of revenue. Each time you click on these links and order books or other merchandise we're paid a small referral fee. And there is no extra cost to you.



Click and order your copy!

We're reading Ethical Brain for a full three months, so you have plenty of time to order and wait for the book to arrive through the mail. Thank you! ::04

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I just ordered my copy through our link! I can't wait to start reading it. I also ordered another book. Ordering another book made me eligible for free shipping. So, think of another book you need and order two through our link!




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Yes, please do! I am paying for a 6-month ad on Infidels.org tonight. The total cost is $337.50. The good thing is they get over 400,000 unique visitors per month. The bad thing is this will be going on a credit card.

So please try to buy all your books from our links!

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I will. I love buying books through amazon - always free shipping and seems to arrive the next day (though they say 7-10 days for free shipping). THough that may be luck because they ship from NV to me here in CA. Seriously, their free shipping is faster than when I pay for it - LOL.

I am buying through the link right now Chris.




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Thank you! I see that we've sold about 5 "Ethical Brains" in the past week. That sounds weird. ::19




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Lioneyes said, "I love buying books through amazon - always free shipping and seems to arrive the next day (though they say 7-10 days for free shipping). THough that may be luck because they ship from NV to me here in CA. Seriously, their free shipping is faster than when I pay for it - LOL".
I find that their free shipping is pretty quick too. I usually get my orders in NC, in less than 5 days.




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I have ordered the brains. but then I noticed that it will take 4 weeks::97 for it to get here, in the netherlands, europe. so that would mean that i cannot take part in the discussions. it seems not very useful to do so. does anyone has a solution?
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Rolf

I emailed you a few days ago about your situation. Actually, check your ezboard Inbox.

My answer is simple. I need to do a better job at getting our polls up earlier. They might not be up early enough for you to have your books before the start of the reading period, but since we discuss our selections for an entire quarter you should be in good shape.

The goal is to have the polls up the first week of the last month of a quarter. The polls past 10 days and then people can order the winning book, leaving a full 2 weeks for shipping. Two weeks lead-time should mean you get your books only 2 weeks after a reading period begins. This shouldn't be a problem since the bulk of the discussion doesn't even start for several weeks into a reading period.

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::77 good 'old' chris: thanks!
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today I've received the book;)
I'm very happy now: start reading.
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