What do Freakonomics and the Dalai Lama have in common?

Until today, I would have been hard-pressed to answer that one. In today’s New York Times “Inside the List” column they give the answer: Freakonomics and the Dalai Lama‘s book “The Art of Happiness” are among the books to stay for the longest period of time on the New York Times bestseller list without ever making it to number 1.

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  1. lermit says:

    They both have nicely designed jackets as well. Cheap Kiddo has been at it again! Salman Rushdie is also a fan.

    .lermit

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  2. lermit says:

    They both have nicely designed jackets as well. Cheap Kiddo has been at it again! Salman Rushdie is also a fan.

    .lermit

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  3. kley1 says:

    When is it going to come out in paperback?

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  4. kley1 says:

    When is it going to come out in paperback?

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  5. Ike Pigott says:

    Oh — is he stealing the “orange wrapped in apple peel” meme too?

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  6. Ike Pigott says:

    Oh — is he stealing the “orange wrapped in apple peel” meme too?

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  7. angela_coppola says:

    So are you filthy rich now? Will there be another book out soon in the same style? Maybe a pumpkin/watermellon combo…

    /waiting patiently.

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  8. angela_coppola says:

    So are you filthy rich now? Will there be another book out soon in the same style? Maybe a pumpkin/watermellon combo…

    /waiting patiently.

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