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  1. Gary, I don't know if I'll be doing that. American beer tastes horrible to me. I've tried some good things from across the ocean (I think they're called lagers and ales there?), but it's a pain to get them here.

    I remember Mountain Dew had a blue version of its drink. I think I'm going to try to see if I can find a mix with it that winds up green.

  2. This is OT. You have been appropriately scathing with Mosher & Fuller for the slap-dash manner in which their book was thrown together. When I first read it, I also couldn't believe the low standards. (I don't throw books away. I tossed that one). Although in a much, much smaller degree, there are enough typo-like mistakes in your ebook that made me sometimes get distracted, once or twice confused. I saw that a CA (I think) reader had the same issue and asked if there is a way to "spade" the ebook and point out these minor but annoying things. I didn't see an answer to his question. So I ask it again. Also when's volume II due out?

  3. I'm not sure what you mean when you say "spade" the ebook, but you're certainly welcome to contact me about any mistakes you find in my eBook. I don't know that Amazon will let you get an updated copy if the mistakes are minor though. I haven't been able to figure out what it takes for Amazon to let people get updated versions, but I'll definitely get any problems people highlight fixed for future buyers. (You can contact me at my Gmail account where I just use my first and last name, separated by a period).

    As for Volume II, it was supposed to come out by the end of January. Unfortunately, I'm terrible without deadlines, and I've managed to procrastinate for quite a while. The increased interest in Volume I is a good motivator though, and I expect to have it finished by the end of this month. I've already written quite a bit of material for it. I'm just struggling a bit on what exactly topics I want to cover and how to structure it. Once that's worked out, the rest of the writing will come quickly.

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