"There is no mistaking a real book when one meets it. It is like falling in love, and like that colossal adventure it is an experience of great social import. Even as the tranced swain, the booklover yearns to tell others of his bliss. He writes letters
about it, adds it to the postscript of all manner of communications, intrudes it into telephone messages, and insists on his friends writing down the title of the find. Like the simple-hearted betrothed, once certain of his conquest, “I want you to love her,
too!” It is a jealous passion also. He feels a little indignant if he finds that any one else has discovered the book, too."
There is a thing in Aus now where coffee is sold at some ridiculously low temperature, to my taste at least, <unless> you specify that you want it *H*O*T*, in which case you have to wait until the water in the thingy gets hot enough
Bunya nuts grow on the Bunya pine, a tree native to Australia; they can be used in lieu of any other type of nut used in cooking, or simply boiled in salty water and eaten as a snack; never eaten raw... if you like macadamia nuts (another Australian native) you will enjoy Bunyas :)