by Christopher Nicole | Literature & Fiction | This book has not been rated.
ISBN: Global Overview for this book
Registered by woosang of Campbelltown, New South Wales Australia on 7/1/2005
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2 journalers for this copy...
Journal Entry 1 by woosang at OBCZ Art on Argyle Cafe in Picton, New South Wales Australia on Friday, July 1, 2005

for the OBCZ Stock

Journal Entry 2 by woosang from Campbelltown, New South Wales Australia on Friday, July 1, 2005
Pre-numbered label used for registration.

Journal Entry 3 by woosang at Controlled Release in Picton, New South Wales Australia on Thursday, October 20, 2005

Released 17 yrs ago (10/20/2005 UTC) at Controlled Release in Picton, New South Wales Australia



To the Book cemetery for a well earned rest. The book has been read over and over again, and is now filthy with grease. Well it was good to get the men reading, even if it took the sacrifice of a book.

Journal Entry 4 by BookCemetery on Friday, October 21, 2005
Who would have thought that a book about horticulture would have been so well received? Please re-read the previous journal entry; there it is in black and blacker... "the book has been read over and over". Herewith, for your edification with regard to the book's title...

ra·toon also rat·toon (ră-tūn')
n. A shoot sprouting from a plant base, as in the banana, pineapple, or sugar cane.

v., -tooned, -toon·ing, -toons.

v.intr. To produce or grow as a ratoon.

v.tr. To propagate (a crop) from ratoons.

[Spanish retoño, sprout, from retoñar, to sprout : re-, again (from Latin; see re–) + otoñar, to grow in autumn (from otoño, autumn, from Latin autumnus; see autumn).]

Because of the book's title and such we thought it best that this particular item be cremated; if we were to inter it, who knows what mischief it might have gotten up to. I mean, we can't have little booklets sprouting up everywhere now can we?

Following a very well attended Memorial Service held in the Chapel of Sighs the ashes of the three departed Reading Companions were released to the four winds down by the Pool of Rememberance as the Choir gave a moving rendition of "Jump in my Car".

Chief Mourner was woosang who sang the solo section of the Memorial song. The Management and Staff of the Book Cemetery extend sincere condolences at this sad time.


A joint Memorial Service with journal/2874182 and journal/2874293.

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