Saturday, September 26, 2009

remaindered

Look who I found in the clearance bin...


Not quite the trash heap of history, but close enough.

17 comments:

dr mac said...

Too bad he's going to cost us a lot more than 5 dollars.

reflectoscope said...

I'd buy the lot. You can burn them this winter for heat after he bans natural gas furnaces for not producing rainbows.

Jim

drjim said...

They'd have to give *ME* the $5 to drag that out of the store.

Mike W. said...

I predict anyone who buys that will have serious buyers remorse...

drjim said...

If they didn't cost so much they'd make great skeet!

Robert Langham said...

God save us from the worst political class ever.

Stingray said...

You did snag that cheap copy of Fifth Element, though, right?

Alan said...

$5 is still too much.

Robert Langham said...

I wouldn't have a book about Obama around even if I needed to level a sofa.

Oswald Bastable said...

If you need something for ballistics testing, old phone books are free.

pdb said...

You're just racist.

Haji said...

Even when the buzz is that tons of books were being sold, those that were printed and distributed will actually have to be somewhere. That so many stayed in stores is the telling thing to me. His rock star status is in synch with his poll ratings. Seems like he's been screwing up stuff for years, and yet it hasn't even been one yet. Oh, my...

Tam said...

Like all politicians, he can be bought, but I never suspected he was such a bargain.

The question is, will he stay bought?

Stingray said...

Huh, I never figured Tam much for the questions we already know the answer for. Next thing we'll be seeing her post somewhere wondering if .450 nitro might be a bit thumpy... ;)

Jeffrey Quick said...

I got a Johnson Smith catalog in the mail the other day, and in there among all the fart joke novelties were a whole mess of Obama tchochkes...including an Obama bank....which would seem fitting somehow, except that it did have a door on the bottom to get your money out without smashing the bank.

rickn8or said...

Ya think Some Evil-Doer might have deposited the book in the bargain bin instead of its Rightful Holy Place as a political statement?

It wasn't ME! I'M the one that keeps trying to sneak out with the "Religious Fiction" sign.

Holly said...

That is delightfully apropos and ironic, at the same time.