Should I Be Worried?

Sunday, April 03, 2005

Should I Be Worried?

More to the point, should Mrs. California be worried?

Accepting that the system apparently doesn't take into account recent orders from and, and that I buy tons of books from other sources as well, I have to wonder what kind of person--particularly, what kind of man and what kind of liberal--generates this "recommendation" list on Amazon.

1. Infection (Star Trek The Next Generation: Double Helix, Book 1) by John Gregory Betancourt

2. The Clay Target Handbook by Jerry Meyer

3. The Sporting Clays Handbook by Jerry Meyer

4. The Complete Book of Shotgunning Games by Tom Migdalski

5. Successful Shotgunning: How to Build Skill in the Field and Take More Birds in Competition by Peter F. Blakeley

6. Shotguns and Shooting: A Celebration of the Gun by Michael McIntosh, et al

7. Raising Twins: What Parent Want to Know (And What Twins Want to Tell Them) by Eileen M. Pearlman, Jill Alison Ganon

8. The Thinking Woman's Guide to a Better Birth by Henci Goer, et al

9. The Gun Digest Book Of Trap & Skeet Shooting by Chris Christian, Rick Sapp

10. The Birth Book : Everything You Need to Know to Have a Safe and Satisfying Birth (Sears Parenting Library) by Martha Sears, William Sears

11. Hush Money (Spenser Mysteries) by Robert B. Parker

12. Sudden Mischief by Robert B. Parker

13. War Dragons (Star Trek: The Captain's Table, Book 1) by L. A. Graf, et al

14. Womanly Art of Breastfeeding, The : Seventh Revised Edition (La Leche League International Book) by La Leche League International

15. Widow's Walk by Robert B. Parker

I'm thinking that in a previous life, I must have been a small-town West Texas woman who home-schooled her kids and had a weakness for trashy pop culture.

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