prefect47 wrote: »
#1167 ended up with me here in Sweden.
Although I haven't read it all yet. You have to really extend the fun of reading it for the first time, you know? :cool:
Scrawffler wrote: »
#1933 arrived at my house over in the UK this morning.
SeanSeanston wrote: »
For people in Europe: How long has it taken to come after shipping?
Mine was shipped July 8th but it hasn't come yet. Also, the USPS tracking number doesn't work but it didn't show up as shipped until quite a few days after the 8th so maybe it was out of the system by then...
I just hope there hasn't been some issue with filthy customs trying to ruin my fun
Pale Man wrote: »
Looks like the limited edition is running out.
Pale Man wrote: »
And I'm scared to read it, might just buy the softcover to read soon, heh.
Shwoo wrote: »
Unless you ordered something that they don't have right now, I doubt you'll have to wait two months. I don't know where in Australia you live, but my first order took three weks to get to Canberra after shipping, and my second order didn't take much longer than two weeks.
* July 4 - The United States of America will celebrate its semiquincentennial, 250 years of independence.
* November 3 - Elections for the 120th United States Congress.
* November 13 - Heinz von Foerster's predicted technological (or rather demographic) singularity occurs.
* Automatic mission to Mars as proposed in the Aurora Programme.
* The 23rd FIFA World Cup will take place. No countries have applied to host it yet.
* At current population growth rates, India will surpass China as the world's most populous country.
* Having begun in 1882, construction of the Sagrada Família in Barcelona will be finished.
* 2026 Winter Olympics; The host city is to be chosen in 2019.
Jagger88 wrote: »
Everyone with a number over 2009 should look that up! I wonder what mine will be...