Anyone try copying a Joe Ross book?

Discussion in 'Educational Resources' started by prox, Jun 26, 2003.

  1. prox


    As in physically photocopying one of the pages? There's a warning that the pages are photosensitive and will fade if you try to photocopy it. Just wondering if it was true or if such a thing is even possible :D
  2. Sanjuro


    That's sounds amazing but it's probably a lie.
    Try copying just one page and see. :)
  3. Don't know about that book, but many years ago I did see a book (some blackjack "system" scam) printed on photoreactive paper that turned black if the bright light of a photocopier hit the page. Problem was that it also turned black if you left it in direct sunlight too long. Can't imagine a reputable book doing this.

    There are also some books that use something like they use on some check stock - photocopies produce "unlawful duplicate" or "illegal copy" or something like that across the copy pages (not on the original - on the copy). Again, have only seen scam books do it.