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March 24, 2004

{     Ready Made Bookshelf     }    

We all know that looking through someone's bookshelf, or browsing over their CD rack is the real window into an individual's soul. It's all about their collection, right? I mean, there are the people that read books and then there are the people that just want to look like they read books, and then there are those in between that read a little, but have to look good doing it. Well, the Ready Made Bookshelf is for those people. It's a free-standing bookshelf that comes filled with the all of the well-known classics. Or so it seems, eh? Push on the spine of one of those fancy-schmancy titles and the hinged facade will flip back, allowing you to slide your own reading material in it's place. That way you can look like you actually read the literary masterpiece (translates as extremely boring) "Moby Dick," but you can also let your visitors/snoopers know that you're way down with Fangoria, "The Vice Guide to Sex and Drugs and Rock and Roll", or the true masterwork, "Cash" by Johnny Cash.

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Fabulous....simply fabulous. Now I can look like I read things that an English teacher really should read without actually having to own copies of them..... the children will never know... ;)

Posted by: Kelly at March 26, 2004 6:57 AM

Watch it, buster! Moby Dick got me through this past winter in one piece. And it's really not so boring. At least until the very end. When the whale eats them [YAWN].

Posted by: Greg at March 26, 2004 8:45 PM

As someone who has long touted the benefit of maintaining the illusion of being well-read, this item is a godsend! Now my Hustler magazines, my WWF videotapes and my crystal meth are all at arms reach, without risking any of the social stigma associated with open display of such items.
Now if only someone would invent something for me to put all these paper shopping bags in. Bags, bags, bags. I've got too many bags!

Posted by: Adam at March 29, 2004 6:57 PM

Whoa, that's cool! Where do I get me one?!

Posted by: Phil at June 10, 2004 5:15 AM
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