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Santa Fucked Up!



Two Dollar Radio Santa Sale

Oh, the terror! What better way to highlight the gross American spirit of consumption and excess than gifting a bunch of tacky shit you don't want or need. Merry Christmas!

After slogging through the feigned smiles of surprise and delight, after drinking coffee till you get the shakes while your two aunts discuss shower organizers in grave detail for way too long, you deserve a break, and I'm here to tell you: We've got your back.

It's our annual Santa Fucked Up Sale, a chance for you to take matters into your own handswhether you celebrate Christmas or notwe're offering any 2 of our books for 50% off.

The holidays are what they are. They can be fun or a train-wreck. Either way, though, why not score a few books from your favorite indie press in the process?

Posted by Eric Obenauf on 24 December, 2015 deals, holiday, holidays | 0 comments
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