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Old 05-07-2010, 01:15 PM   #1
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Is 20 pound too much to find out the truth?

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Well, 'The World According To (Jeremy) Clarkson' is only five quid on Amazon, but it has ahem less pages.

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Old 05-07-2010, 01:19 PM   #3
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Is 20 pound too much to find out the truth?
I didn't know how much it costs but maybe its to do with inflation. Well I am only a student so I won't be buying it. I don't need to know if the moons a space ship or not anyway
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Old 05-07-2010, 01:19 PM   #4
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If you think it's too expensive then don't buy it.

Hope this sound advice helps.
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Old 05-07-2010, 01:20 PM   #5
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I didn't know how much it costs but maybe its to do with inflation. Well I am only a student so I won't be buying it. I don't need to know if the moons a space ship or not anyway
yeah i'm a student and thats what I mean, I want the book but 20 quid is alot
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Old 05-07-2010, 01:21 PM   #6
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If you think it's too expensive then don't buy it.

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what if people want the book but can't afford, surley it should be about 5.99?

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Old 05-07-2010, 01:21 PM   #7
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i bought Terry Pratchetts new book a few months ago (still not read it lol) from waterstones fo like £18 or somethin. And tbf, it's shit.

i'd rather have a book like David's for pretty much the same £ and have a worthwile book that feeds my brain with the answers we all need.
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Old 05-07-2010, 01:23 PM   #8
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If you think it's too expensive then don't buy it.

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hows that sound advice?
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Old 05-07-2010, 01:24 PM   #9
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No. There are almost 700 pages of well researched information. There is no other book like it. and it is expensive because David publishes his own book. or actually his wife publishes it for him. For me the book is worth every penny.
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i bought Terry Pratchetts new book a few months ago (still not read it lol) from waterstones fo like £18 or somethin. And tbf, it's shit.

i'd rather have a book like David's for pretty much the same £ and have a worthwile book that feeds my brain with the answers we all need.
Twenty pounds is not too expensive. It will be too much money if it's more than you have, though

From the size of the thing it's obvious that Icke is not cynically churning out a money-spinner... it would have to be smaller to be cheaper, which would mean less information. I'd prefer the info to determine the price, not the other way round...

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Old 05-07-2010, 01:26 PM   #11
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Well, 'The World According To (Jeremy) Clarkson' is only five quid on Amazon, but it has ahem less pages.
Heh i bought last week «Driven to distraction», new, 12 euros, has 466 pages!
Tbh i found all his books worth the money.

I think books could be cheaper...but then again, if they are worth it, they are worth it. And we can always pass it to someone else, or ask someone to borrow it.
Personally i prefer paying for a new book, then new cloth or such. Priority is still food thou
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No. There are almost 700 pages of well researched information. There is no other book like it. and it is expensive because David publishes his own book. or actually his wife publishes it for him. For me the book is worth every penny.
I'm not saying it's not worth it, but 20 quid feels like hes making profit, 5 people buy thats 100 quid?
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Heh i bought last week «Driven to distraction», new, 12 euros, has 466 pages!
Tbh i found all his books worth the money.

I think books could be cheaper...but then again, if they are worth it, they are worth it. And we can always pass it to someone else, or ask someone to borrow it.
Personally i prefer paying for a new book, then new cloth or such. Priority is still food thou
i agree i brought the Book "The Secret History of the World: By Jonathan Black" for 6 pound, and ive let a few people borrow it also, great book
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Heh i bought last week «Driven to distraction», new, 12 euros, has 466 pages!
Tbh i found all his books worth the money.
Are you a petrolhead?

(I picked Clarkson as an opposite to Icke - he (Clarkson) has even written that drivers should be deliberately aggressive to cyclists )
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Old 05-07-2010, 03:09 PM   #15
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£20 quids reasonable for a book of its size. However the other day for me it wasnt as i only had 20 quid to spare so i was cheesed off. I think really its ok for a book to be 20 its the 7 quid postage for me that was the final straw. But hey ive sold books myself for 125 quid per book granted it wasnt a truther book and it was a one off but hey. Id pay 20quid for the book but i refuse to pay 7 for postage so ill wait till it eventually makes the book shelves.
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I would give david a weeks wage for his book as long as i can still be a snake i am happier than non snake entitys............psfffffff
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Old 05-07-2010, 04:57 PM   #17
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Are you a petrolhead?

(I picked Clarkson as an opposite to Icke - he (Clarkson) has even written that drivers should be deliberately aggressive to cyclists )
Hehehe am not, despite i love cars, top gear, and clarksons humor.
But so far i just «walk»
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it would have to be smaller to be cheaper, which would mean less information
(That's expensive vs. expansive )

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choice, it's your choice!

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Old 05-07-2010, 06:23 PM   #19
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I'm not saying it's not worth it, but 20 quid feels like hes making profit, 5 people buy thats 100 quid?

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