I bought my winter gift to myself...
Do you do that? Do you buy yourself a gift during the Christmas season and call it a Solstice gift or a Saturnalia gift? Whatever you call it... do you do it? And if so, what are you getting for yourself this year?
I haven't bought any new books in a while, and decided to get a few good deals off my wish list. I was able to buy books used for a huge discount. Check these deals out...
What Evolution Is
Ernst Mayr; Paperback; $5.05
Margaret W. Matlin; Hardcover; $8.61
Philosophy for Dummies
Tom Morris; Paperback; $3.99
Evolution: The Remarkable History of a Scientific Theory (Modern Library Chronicles)
Edward J. Larson; Paperback; $6.23
The Assault on Reason
Al Gore; Hardcover; $4.10
Douglas J. Futuyma; Hardcover; $3.84
The Skeptic's Dictionary: A Collection of Strange Beliefs, Amusing Deceptions, and Dangerous Delusions
Robert Todd Carroll; Paperback; $0.65
It's been almost a year since someone bought one of the items on my wishlist for me. If you'd like to buy me a Christmas gift you can view the list here and when you purchase an item it'll know my address to send it to. I don't get a message saying who bought the item, so if you buy something for me please let me know, so I can thank you. Anyway, I'm just thrilled to be getting the books I got, and at the prices I got. It was your donations that paid for these, so I really appreciate everyone who recently contributed; thank you.
In unrelated news, part of my ceiling collapsed before I went to Utah over the weekend. I spent two hours on the roof today, cleaned the gutters, and caulked some roof areas, and I think it's fixed. It's been raining for 3 hours and no leak.