Barling Meerschuam.

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puros_bran

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Huffel, I was just screwing around.  I have bought and sold many text. I have in my possession currently 8 differing translations and 1 original language.. In some dozens of differing formats.. Roughly 25 or so books in all..   It's a passion greater than pipes or firearms for me. I have a shelf full of commentaries Barnhouse, Murrey, Stott, MacArthur, Kroul, etc etc etc.    Several history books. Gathered sermons and devotionals. A few books on apologetics, systamatic theologies, Textual Critisism, and so forth.  
And for all that I'm still a heathen.
 

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LOL. I shoulda guessed. Been up too many hours today, that or I'm just getting old.
 

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Sounds like me and cookbooks. I have rare French translations from the 1930s, an Alexis Soyer facsimile from the 1850s, Fanny Farmer and Settlement cookbooks from way-back-when, first-print Julia Child, a Pellaprat British release from the 40s that's imossible to find otherwise, a rare Bernard Clatyton bread book (I believe his first), a ton of church and legion recipe collections from the turn of the 20th century, gastro-guides for wartime wives, countless odds and ends. Cooking is the only universally balanced form of art and science, yet is impossible to approach any other way.

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