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    Purple People Book

    Anyone read this book?
    Is it worth the purchase price?

    http://www.purplepeoplebook.com/
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    Re: Purple People Book

    I picked up an autographed copy when I was in the TC last year, along with several others. I picked it up last week and have read the first chapter on Stu Voigt and his views. I loved it and so haven't read anymore as I want to keep it for when I fly out to Cairo this week.
    If the rest is like the first part then I'd have no hesitation in recommending it
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    Re: Purple People Book

    I found a copy on sale at B&N last week.
    I've started reading it on the crapper last week. Haven't got too far yet.
    I'm sure I will make more progress if I get bound up a little.
    A little boring to me so far. Still too soon to judge.
    I have a new phobia I picked up on PP.O. I'm scared to death of the toilet seat growing into my backside now. So I'm heavy on the fiber and only get a paragraph or two read at one time!
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    Re: Purple People Book

    This turned me off immediately. ;D

    "This book is a great idea.
    To not only have a book for the fans but of the fans.
    It’s great, and they deserve it."
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    Re: Purple People Book

    "VikingMike" wrote:
    This turned me off immediately. ;D

    "This book is a great idea.
    To not only have a book for the fans but of the fans.
    It’s great, and they deserve it."
    -Red McCombs
    LOL.. trust me, just get past that and I think you'll enjoy it
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    Re: Purple People Book

    "jargomcfargo" wrote:
    I found a copy on sale at B&N last week.
    I've started reading it on the crapper last week. Haven't got too far yet.
    I'm sure I will make more progress if I get bound up a little.
    A little boring to me so far. Still too soon to judge.
    I have a new phobia I picked up on PP.O. I'm scared to death of the toilet seat growing into my backside now. So I'm heavy on the fiber and only get a paragraph or two read at one time!
    I believe, if you put one of those little paper toilet seat covers you can find at airports and other fine crapping establishments, that will prevent most ass-seat connections from becoming permanent, provided you aren't there for a couple years.

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    Re: Purple People Book

    "jargomcfargo" wrote:
    I found a copy on sale at B&N last week.
    I've started reading it on the crapper last week. Haven't got too far yet.
    I'm sure I will make more progress if I get bound up a little.
    A little boring to me so far. Still too soon to judge.
    I have a new phobia I picked up on PP.O. I'm scared to death of the toilet seat growing into my backside now. So I'm heavy on the fiber and only get a paragraph or two read at one time!
    Thats some funny sheeeyyyyat right there.
    ;D
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    Re: Purple People Book

    does it come on a tape?
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