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Originally posted by parrhesia
Thankfully, most of these titles haven't been challenged in Canada, and those that have, haven't been removed from the shelves.
Originally posted by oddtodd
I was wondering parrhesia if you could check into this the next time you are physically in a book store , and shed some light or give your oppinion on this aspect of censorship (or tell me I am wrong) .
James the Lesser , I was in a science section with all kinds of electrical engineering books , physics , and everyday published science info . The place had a computer area where you could search their stock and cross reference without physicaly " hunting" . I found only 2 references , and they were about a paragraph each in both books , simple little bio's .It was the biggest book store I had ever been in , and I always look for cool older science info .
Originally posted by James the Lesser
OddTodd, that is odd. Maybe the place/s you went to just didn't have that kind of thing. Did they have just fiction titles, or if they did have nonfiction titles, what kind were they? Some places don't carry books about science and such for they don't sell much. I have to go to Toledo Public Library to get anything by Stephen Hawking(Theory of Everything is the best)for they are not sold at Kmart, WalMart, the Malls(we have 3 in the area) and so forth.
But Canada has some strange books on their list. BTW, has anyone figured out why Where's Waldo was banned?
maybe because it has the planet older then 6,000 years