Adagio's Booked.

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What do you think?

I'd sell my liver for it!
12
23%
I don't read much
7
13%
Eh, he's no James Norwood Pratt....
9
17%
I'd like to date the author!
24
46%
 
Total votes: 52

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Sep 23rd, '05, 14:01
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by Tadiera » Sep 23rd, '05, 14:01

Do we get to request how he signs it?

If so, can mine be signed:
'I want to have your love child,
Love, Chris'
?

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Sep 23rd, '05, 14:07
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by Mike B » Sep 23rd, '05, 14:07

Tadiera wrote:'I want to have your love child,
Love, Chris'
?


That sounds...scientifically impossible.

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Sep 23rd, '05, 14:09
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by Tadiera » Sep 23rd, '05, 14:09

Mike B wrote:
Tadiera wrote:'I want to have your love child,
Love, Chris'
?


That sounds...scientifically impossible.


But it may not make it any less true!

And if Elijah Wood and Dominic Monaghan are having a love child, I do not see why Chris cannot have mine. ;)

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Sep 23rd, '05, 15:55
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by chris » Sep 23rd, '05, 15:55

Tadiera,

Just drop me a note (chris@adagio.com) to let me know when you place an order.... I'll gladly include my best love child note.

Love,

Chris

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Sep 29th, '05, 01:49
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any feedback yet?

by ilya » Sep 29th, '05, 01:49

Does anyone have any feedback on the Tea Book. By now some of you must have received your copies.

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Sep 29th, '05, 08:36
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by Mike B » Sep 29th, '05, 08:36

Not a comment so much as a question: where did the beautiful photos come from?

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Sep 29th, '05, 09:22
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photos

by ilya » Sep 29th, '05, 09:22

All of the photos were taken by myself and Mike on trips through China, Japan, India, and Sri Lanka.

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by Savannah's » Sep 30th, '05, 18:31

What does a spleen get me? The table of contents?

David

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Oct 2nd, '05, 00:34
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by PeteVu » Oct 2nd, '05, 00:34

i suppose that tea book offer wont last much longer eh?

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Oct 2nd, '05, 12:48
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by ilya » Oct 2nd, '05, 12:48

only 3 days left

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Oct 2nd, '05, 13:47
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by PeteVu » Oct 2nd, '05, 13:47

<sigh>

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Oct 2nd, '05, 13:49
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tea book

by Lana Y » Oct 2nd, '05, 13:49

I guess I better get in gear with ording the Tea book
Ilya can you post the link for "The deal"

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Oct 2nd, '05, 16:25
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by Marlene » Oct 2nd, '05, 16:25

I think all you've got to do to get the book is to order $19 + in merchandise. I didn't have to add any special coupon or anything when I ordered.
BTW I love the book! It's a smaller format than I expected, but all the better to haul around with me! Chris is a smart ass, but isn't he always? Better a smart ass than just an ass I always say.
Only one thing I didn't like was that the only teas mentioned were the teas available through Adagio. I suppose that's because it was published by Adagio, and written by an Adagio employee. But it tends to lend a bit of a marketing gimmiky feel to it. It's still a lovely book! The pictures are spectacular, and the informaton is wonderful, but it feels a little (a very little) like a giant sales pamphlet.
I'm certainly not sorry to have it though, and I do recomend it!
Marlene

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Oct 3rd, '05, 14:39
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by PeteVu » Oct 3rd, '05, 14:39

putting out a real sales pamphlet wouldnt be such a bad idea.

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Oct 3rd, '05, 15:36
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by klemptor » Oct 3rd, '05, 15:36


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