The Sound of the Crowd

This is bizarre

To any of you who followed the link in an item below to what was supposed to be my Amazon.com wish list: If it starts with the Star Wars Trilogy DVD set and Garden State soundtrack…that’s not my list. I don’t want the Star Wars Trilogy DVD set…as you shouldn’t think I would after reading what I said about it here. And although I did want the Garden State soundtrack, actually I treated myself to it yesterday with some birthday money and took it off my wish list. The Passion of the Christ and Angel Season 4 DVDs might also have been clues that this was not the correct list.

No, what that appears to be is a list of their wish list top sellers. I think it’s something stupid to do with cookies–see, every time I followed that link til just now I got my list–but that’s just because this is my computer, I guess.

Nothing’s easy, is it?

To get mine, you gotta enter my email–my name (first and last) at earthlink.net–in the “find a wish list” field. If you get a list that starts with Elmer Bernstein by Elmer Bernstein and School Reunion: The 80’s, that’s the one.


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