the most unusual books of the world

In wiki format: http://mywiki.ws/The_Most_Unusual_Books_of_the_World. update: there was a gross image on the top of that page for a while which is the way of wikis sometimes. Someone alerted me to it (and here via comments) and said I should remove my link. Instead, I went in and cleaned up the wiki which has better long-term and wide-reaching results. Sorry folks, especially if this was your first goatse (safe link, I swear it!).[slowreading]

8 Responses to “the most unusual books of the world”

  1. Bill Humphries Says:

    Argh! Some #@$% has defaced the page with ‘that’ image.

  2. Melissa Says:

    Jessamyn,

    Please take down the link for this page; it has a really gross image on the page that someone put in there. I’m SURE it doesn’t belong!

    Melissa

  3. John Miedema Says:

    I just read your comments, and checked the site. I didn’t see anything offensive. Has it been corrected?

  4. John Miedema Says:

    Okay, yes, it has been corrected. Thanks Jessamyn. Morons.

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  6. Bill Humphries Says:

    Argh, and now the spam bloggers are scraping comments? Where did I put my death ray?

  7. Sarah in Brooklyn Says:

    Oh that “first goatse” group on flickr is hilarious — thanks for the introduction to that!

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