My son can see!, December 15, 2004
Reviewer: Guinevere Cuthbert (Hicksville, D.P.C.) - See all my reviews
All my children have been asking Santa for is the true story of "No PSP for the Holidays", so I decided that Christmas should come early this year. The $750 price tag was a bit more than my gift budget, but giving up on buying any other presents, a Christmas tree, decorations, Christmas dinner, and any new clothes the kids may need in the next two years was worth it. My feeble-minded, and blind from birth, son, Hortimer, was entralled with this heart warming tale of the Sony Delay of the PSP launch in North America from the first word - of course a gum wrapper can keep him busy for weeks, so maybe this isn't saying much. By the end of the full page of story his IQ had dropped from 56 points down to 12, reducing him to a drooling invalid, but we think he can finally see! Thank you for making "No PSP for the Holidays" available at such a difficult time in our lives, and for giving my sweet Hortimer the precious gift of sight.
I'll take 2.
.Political correctness is based on the principle that it's possible to pick up a turd by the clean end.
Originally Posted by DanB
Is it worth 750 dollars?, December 14, 2004
In a word... Yes
In two words... Hell Yes.
I must confess that the first third of the page dragged a bit but the second third of the page really picked up and by the end I was on the edge of my seat. Will the PSP be delayed? When will it be released? There's a twist near the end but I won't give it away and ruin it for others.
Makes a great stocking stuffer.
Not only was the $750 price tag too good to pass up, but Amazon.com threw in an unprecedented bonus: free shipping on this e-book! My jaw dropped to the floor when I noticed that.
I couldn't let this deal go, so I took out a consumer loan at my bank and ponied up the dough. Boy, can I say it was worth it! 27.655% interest, and I've got no regrets. The action, the suspense, the betrayal! I highly recommend this great publication to ANYONE.
Originally Posted by manker
a gimmie in a spelling test?