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Subject: Unpostable: Julie & Julia by Julie Powell
Date Posted: 9/3/2009 4:21 PM ET
Member Since: 6/13/2009
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I have a copy of Julie & Julia by Julie Powell ISBN 9780 316 042512.   It has about 10 pages with small yellow stains on them. Text is not obscured and it is very readable.  
This has about 200 members wishing for it

Would like 1 credit .

Or on offer from my shelf 3 for 2 deal. So order 3 and get this unpostable, total 4 books, for just 2 credits.

PM me and I can post today..........

At a stretch this 'may' be considered a cookbook and therefore the tumeric coloured stains could be acceptabel  LOL :)

Date Posted: 9/3/2009 4:24 PM ET
Member Since: 8/15/2007
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okay sound good ordering now

 

ana

 

Date Posted: 9/4/2009 10:46 PM ET
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On its way to Ana

Subject: Re: Unpostable: Julie & Julia by Julie Powell
Date Posted: 9/6/2009 12:40 AM ET
Member Since: 7/1/2007
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FWIW.

Those of you familiar with Internet acronyms may know that one: "for what it's worth."

I preface my statement with it because I wish it to be understood that I am not posting this message out of any kind of malice. I simply think people should know this information — for what it's worth.

I originally posted this book, and fulfilled JudiG's request for it. What follows is the PM she sent me once it was successfully received:

Thank you for sending Julie & Julia book to me- I've been looking forward to reading it. I am so sorry to have to mark this book RWAP, but there is a yellow stain on 2 of the pages. Unfortunately, this means that the book does not meet PBS posting guidelines "No stains (exception for cookbooks)", and I will not be able to repost this book. I would appreciate a refund of my credit for this book.

I told JudiG that I was reluctant to refund her credit without some kind of evidence of this "yellow stain on 2 of the pages" — a photograph, for example. She declined to provide it, marked the book as RWAP, then posted its availablity here — only now, "It has about 10 pages with small yellow stains on them."

These are the facts. I present them, as I said from the beginning, "for what it's worth."

Pascotimes (Roger C.)