Bob H. from IASD was at our home in TMR. He wanted me to buy a book that was too hard to get a hold of for just over 1000.00. When he stepped out of the car onto the street, he greeted me saying the price is now 230.00 or 260.00.
The price marked on the book was 26.00. I invited him in so that I could call Chapters.
It took me a little time to call information and get the number. The first employee looked the book up in Chapter's inventory and as she was doing so said into the phone. "That fucking book again, ay?" She then immediately excused herself and apologized for being so crude, but explained that they have received so many calls for that book. I assured her there's no worry. I swear plenty myself. The book is like a dictionary, but not a typical one where you look up a symbol and it gives you a definition.
She looked it up in her database and came back saying there were none in stock at any store. Only after I was off the phone did I realize I had another question, so I called back to ask if I can order it. This way I'd be paying 26.00 instead of 126.00! The fellow who answered the phone said it's too late for them to access the computer. It was the evening. I said that's not true! The woman only a few minutes ago was able to look into the database no problem, but he insisted I'd have to call back in the morning to find out if they can order the book. I asked to speak to the manager. He asked me to hold and I was left hanging on the line. Probably forever because the dream ended.