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Dear gou-rou.com,

I have recently learned how to read using an online internet computer course I saw advertised in a magazine. I chose gou-rou.com as the main source material during my study. But I want to have something to read where my desktop computer canít go with me. Does gou-rou.com have a magazine or any printed matter that I could look at with my eyes?

Thanks,
Lee Owedwards

Arabella writes:
Yes Lee, we have just published the first gou-rou.com book, which you can order here. It contains all your favourites! Good luck with the study!


Dear gou-rou.com team,

Help, I am desperate. It is my father's birthday tomorrow, and I still haven't bought a present for him. He is a towering intellectual of a man with an incisive wit and a demand to be really in the know! Do you have any ideas about what to get him? He doesn't go out much, he usually just spends most of his time in the house reading.

Help!

A desperate son

Buying gifts is never easy and we all have to think about what to buy loved ones and friends, and colleagues. I can heartily recommend gou-rou.com's Greatest Hits, Issues 1-10, which we have recently released, and is available for $12.99. Beautifully bound, 153 pages of wit!


Dear gou-rou.com editor,

I was recently struck on the head by a falling book that knocked me partially unconscious. As I was being stretchered away, I noticed the book appeared to have "gou-rou.com" on it. Of course, I searched for the name online, and came up with your wonderful website. Can you offer an explanation; it seems weird to me that an internet publication's name should appear on a book.

Ron

HI Ron! Thanks for the letter. Your problem is easy to explain... gou-rou.com has in fact published a book, and thus has burst from the virtual into the real! You can find it on our merchandising page, and it is great!!