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Here is a cute little article about a man who had to decide whether he wanted clean clothes or his books.
\"BUFFALO, New York (AP) -- For 30 years, it was love. George Kelley and the little numbers who kept him company in all those hotel rooms.
They\'d always own a little piece of his heart. And a great big part of his home. Or so he thought.\"
\"So Kelley sent packing his collection of 25,000 volumes of pulp fiction that had turned his basement into a library -- and an obstacle course.
\"My wife gave me an ultimatum,\" he recalls. \"She said, \'I can\'t get to the washer and dryer. You have to make a decision between the books and clean clothes.\'\"
The books are now at the University at Buffalo\'s Lockwood Library. Five years after Kelley donated them to his alma mater, librarians have catalogued each volume.\"