|The Superball Mystery SOLVED!
||[Jan. 28th, 2009|08:37 pm]
International Bon Vivant and Raconteur
mentioned before that I've been receiving anonymous Superballs in the mail since last summer. It's always the same, no return address and postmarks from various places, mostly in the Northeast.I've |
Today I returned home from work to find a package waiting for me from Amazon. Not having ordered anything from Amazon recently, my first though was that it might be an early birthday present from a friend. But when I opened it, I discovered it was The Wham-O Superball Operator Manual, complete with a Superball included.
But what the culprit didn't realize is that even if something is sent as a gift through Amazon, there's still a packing slip that displays the sender's name and address. That's right, bucko, you slipped up big time, and my suspicions are confirmed!
I'm looking at you, Robert A. Booth of Pawtucket, RI! The jig is up!
(Also, you paid more for shipping than for the book itself. So not worth it, Bob.)