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Book details
  • Genre:HUMOR
  • SubGenre:Form / Essays
  • Language:English
  • Pages:103
  • eBook ISBN:9781617923838

A Piece of My (sic) Mind

Passing Thoughts and Drive-by Harangues

by J. W. Brown

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Overview
Random aphorisms, epigrams, saws, brief thoughts, and brainfarts.
Description
Call them aphorisms, epigrams, saws, brief thoughts, or brainfarts. Marcus Aurelius, Blaise Pascal, Oscar Wilde, and H. L. Mencken did them. Also Oscar Wilde, Groucho Marx, and that greatest of crackpots, Friedrich Nietzsche. They are the hit-and-run drivers of literature. They are philosophy's cheap shots, contradictory and undependable. They come in strictly random order here, which (sic) thoughts always do. There ought to be something here that will truly offend you and cause you to think, and maybe imagine a stinging rebuke. If that is so, my job is done.
About the author
The author has educational backgrounds in business and languages, electronics training in the military, work experience at driving a truck, as interpreter-translator, airlines clerk, selling vacuum cleaners, playing saxophone in night clubs and dance halls, and is now a twice-retired professor. His work has afforded much overseas experience. He has numerous publications in such diverse areas as applied linguistics, Latin American culture and literature, genealogy, bicycling, humor, and applied computing technology. He and his wife now live quietly on a subtropical island.
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