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Postby indianahoofs » Thu Dec 15, 2016 5:32 am

zemming wrote:
Spydude wrote:And now to completely ignore your post... I speculate it will be $1000+ for the books + shipping + more shipping. That is if the pages are gold (pls be gold), I get the books sent around the world a couple of times, and then I ship some ponies (together). Shipping 4 lyfe!
Please don't take that seriously, I'm soooo bored of exams atm.

Yup, they'll definitely totally be $1000+. Economy shipping is only $500, but for $1000 I will personally hand-deliver your books. We unfortunately can't make the pages out of solid gold, but to increase reader immersion we're debuting scratch-n-sniff pages (shhhh, it's a secret). Smell your books like never before!™®©


Spydude wrote:Please don't take that seriously, I'm soooo bored of exams atm.

No worries, it's all in good fun. I just finished my last exams today! Hang in there man, it'll be over soon :twilightsmile:


You mean to say, the project horizons volumes will smell like blackjack? Welp I'll be sleeping with my books

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Re: Project Horizons Informational Post

Postby zemming » Thu Dec 15, 2016 6:21 am

Spydude wrote:Wonder what they smell like... probably lots of gunpowder, and... other stuff (Chpt 20.5)...

indianahoofs wrote:You mean to say, the project horizons volumes will smell like blackjack? Welp I'll be sleeping with my books

Get your minds out of the gutter. y'all need Jesus :rainbowderp:

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Postby Wht » Thu Dec 15, 2016 6:25 am

zemming wrote:We average 1000+ copies with our printings. While I expect PH to be a good bit smaller, it's not going to be that small.


Now that is amazing. I expected a couple hundred prints at the most. I have a newfound respect for the work you all put into making this happen.
Thank you

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Postby indianahoofs » Thu Dec 15, 2016 10:07 am

Wht wrote:
zemming wrote:We average 1000+ copies with our printings. While I expect PH to be a good bit smaller, it's not going to be that small.


Now that is amazing. I expected a couple hundred prints at the most. I have a newfound respect for the work you all put into making this happen.
Thank you



The gutter is where blackjack lIves tho...and blackjack is love blackjack is life

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Postby djazz » Thu Dec 15, 2016 12:35 pm

Spydude wrote:I would also rather pay more for more books than have one or two LARGE books.

Same here. I have the 2nd print FoE books (two in total) and they are a bit too big and heavy, and I think making four books (volumes 1+2, 3, 4, 5 maybe) or three somehow would be better. I lile the thickness of the Pink Eyes book. More expensive though.
No idea about PH, that'll be many books!

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Postby Spydude » Thu Dec 15, 2016 3:53 pm

zemming wrote:Get your minds out of the gutter.

I'm just joking with you lol.
zemming wrote:y'all need Jesus :rainbowderp:

I am a Christian so..... I read the Bible everynight (For the most part).....

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Postby Stormlion1 » Sun Dec 18, 2016 12:09 pm

All I know is its better to save up a lot and get lowballed on the price then save up a little and not have enough.

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Postby Spydude » Sun Dec 18, 2016 12:18 pm

Stormlion1 wrote:All I know is its better to save up a lot and get lowballed on the price then save up a little and not have enough.


This guy here is thinking. Make sure you save up $1000 though (Itz been confirmed lol).

I'll just go to the Bank of Me, and pull out my University money ­­­­­:P
Because FO:E prints are rare, but the Government can always loan me money for school lolz.

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Re: Project Horizons Informational Post

Postby Stormlion1 » Sat Dec 24, 2016 12:47 pm

If you want the books to smell like Blackjack, spritz whiskey on the covers before you ship them, and pack them in gunpowder for shipping!

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Re: Project Horizons Informational Post

Postby zemming » Sat Dec 24, 2016 3:03 pm

Stormlion1 wrote: pack them in gunpowder for shipping!


Oh I'm sure USPS would love that. I'm on enough lists already…


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