I had only about three long sleeved shirts that had survived last winter, one of which was not machine washable (which means that I had only two long sleeved shirts to fend off the increasing chill). So I went to Goodwill to hunt for some. I found four machine washable long sleeved warm shirts/sweaters, one of which is a gloriously sexy, warm, cuddly Gloria Vanderbilt sweater-shirt that is going to be like wrapping oneself up in a steamy warm cup of Godiva-like hot cocoa.
But that (and the fact that all four shirts cost me $10) is not what I’m writing about.
I’m writing about the True Score: one (1) copy of Alice Starmore’s Sweaters for Men, in darned near pristine condition (considering it is 16 years old).
What’s that price again? What’s that lowest price on Amazon? $43.87?
Bwa-ha-ha-ha. This copy was $1.
Let me just say that again. Repeatedly.
One dollah. Uno. One Tattered George Washington. Four quarters. Ten dimes. A measly buck.
Forgive me an avaricious chuckle. Heh heh heh heh heh.
No pages torn. No writing in it. Dust jacket intact. It looks like nobody has ever even opened it.