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I think that the cover art for the Brit edition is far superior to the US edition. What's my best bet for acquiring one here on the US side of the pond? Or should I wait (can I stand it?) and pick one up at the Ffestival? Will amazon.uk sell me one now or only after the US editon is released?
I wholeheartly agree about the brit cover being much much more attractive than our US one. You can totally buy one on Amazon.co.uk when it comes out over there and usually you will recieve it before the US one comes out. I did this for Something Rotten, which also has a great cover!
Posted by: Andrea (---.range86-128.btcentralplus.com)
Date: July 21, 2005 01:39PM
I like the American one too. Does anyone know why there are two sizes of the English version?
oh and ltns hi folks
Sylvester says.... *plock*
actually he says peep, cheep, chirrup, squalk,muttermuttergrumblegrumble, oh and now he falls off his pirch whish is followed by a sheepish peek round to see if anyone was looking and a quick scramble back up
Posted by: Anonymous User (---.chrstn01.pa.comcast.net)
Date: July 28, 2005 11:25PM
Yep, in Pennsylvania. It had a major railway company that served Reading and Philadelphia, as well as some other local points. One of those points was Atlantic City, which is why "Reading Railroad" is a tile on the Monopoly board. And it's pronounced the same way as the one in England. :)