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Capture the Magic! Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

Discussion in 'Collectibles, Toys, & Gadgets' started by sandy05, Jul 6, 2005.

  1. sandy05

    sandy05 Guest

    Only for $16.66 at Walmart.com

    Preorder Price Guarantee! Wallmark guarantees the lowest price on the
    Release Date and will automatically reimburse customers the difference
    if they paid more. This item will also be available at your local
    Wal-Mart store on 7/16. Preorder this item today and it should arrive on or
    just after 07/16/2005

    You Save: $13.33 (44%) , Retail price::$29.99

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  2. Kevin

    Kevin Code Monkey Staff Abductee

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    Any type of referreral links are not allowed here at Cool SciFi. Letting community members know about the book being on sale at WalMart is fine and providing a direct link to the item at WalMart is fine but giving a link to a 3rd party web site with the motive of getting a referral link is not allowed.
     
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    Tim Creative Writer

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    this person has at least two accounts on here constantly spamming us everyday. they want to stop it voluntarily or have their IP blocked
     
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  5. Tim

    Tim Creative Writer

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    in UK papers it's been pointed out that the web of secrecy surrounding the book prior to launch is driving fans crazy round the world.

    one photograph showing workers on a packing line has been leaked, with a worker holding a book showing the rear cover. it's been reported fans have blown up the image and used character recognition software to attempt toread the script on the back.

    this has been getting mixed responses from he majority saying "don't bother telling us," to "thank you SO much" (although there could have been an element of sarcasm in the second sentence from the poster, it's rather difficult to fully decide whether text posts in forums are meaningful or not and i believe the papers reporting on the second sentence being those thanking the people involved in trying to decipher the image is incorrect. i think that statement is out and out sarcasm!!!
     

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