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'BOFH II – Son of the Bastard' set to top Reg bestseller list

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As the sweet scent of Spring wafts through the server room, there is some exciting news for all you BOFH fans out there.

First up, we are pleased to announce the immediate availability of Bastard Operator from Hell II - Son of the Bastard, the follow-up book to the highly successful Bastard Operator from Hell.

Also we have Bastard Operator from Hell cartoon t-shirts - in four sizes! - they are definitely going, as we've discontinued this line.

More wonders from the House of BOFH™

And we haven't finished yet. By popular demand, and at no expense spared, we give you the stylish and practical BOFH mug. Let's face it, no sysadmin's desk will look fully decorated without one of these fine bone china receptacles. The mug features the famous BOFH logo front and back, neatly offset by the Reg url opposite the handle. Incredible.

Finally, if you're a BOFH fan, don't forget to check out
Salmon Days, our Bastard Operator-inspired pay-per-view streaming video live action comedy epic (US and UK only). ®

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