Hey, mistakes happen. But a Catalog Age staffer did think she was going crazy when paging through her 148-page Autumn 1999 Pottery Barn. That’s because two 12-page sections were bound into her book twice, making reading the catalog a Groundhog Day-like experience of seeing some spreads twice. The first time, pages 27-38 are bound into the book twice, once in place of pages 15-26. The second time, an additional set of pages 111-122 is bound in, which in essence created a 160-page book. Hmm…we wonder if the products on those 24 repeated pages pulled a lot better than others. If they did, who cares about the boo-boo?