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Book details
  • Genre:HUMOR
  • SubGenre:General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:126
  • Format:Paperback
  • eBook ISBN:9781626754782

For The Love of Pete!

Thoughts on Being Politically Incorrect Correctly

by Cliff Wilson

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Overview
Many books attempt to focus on topics such as politics, economics, history, money, dieting, etc. The issue with such books is that their topics are trivial and narrow in focus. Unlike most books, this book addresses topics that, quite frankly, have the ability to bring about world peace. Examples of such profound literary articulation include: • Not Everyone Deserves a Trophy • “Germaphobia” • Air Travel Fashion • Reality Shows • Etc. Over time, it might actually be argued that the impact of this book rivals the impact of the Magna Carta. When one finishes this book, chances are they will have a different and fresh perspective on life. They will definitely have the basic building blocks needed to be politically incorrect correctly.
Description
Many books attempt to focus on topics such as politics, economics, history, money, dieting, etc. The issue with such books is that their topics are trivial and narrow in focus. Unlike most books, this book addresses topics that, quite frankly, have the ability to bring about world peace. Examples of such profound literary articulation include: • Not Everyone Deserves a Trophy • “Germaphobia” • Air Travel Fashion • Reality Shows • Etc. Over time, it might actually be argued that the impact of this book rivals the impact of the Magna Carta. When one finishes this book, chances are they will have a different and fresh perspective on life. They will definitely have the basic building blocks needed to be politically incorrect correctly.
About the author
As the author of this book, I openly acknowledge that I suffer from terminal sarcasm. Should an intense, multi-week, inpatient rehab program ever be developed to help cure sarcasm, I will be one of the first to enroll. I genuinely envy those that possess the ability to see flowers, rainbows and puppies. My tarnished, sarcastic view of life allows me to see poison ivy, tsunamis and tarantulas. All kidding aside, for years, family, friends and coworkers have told me that I need to write down some of the stuff that comes out of my mouth. That’s what I’ve done. With the completion of this book, I’m now free to spend the rest of my life being sarcastic, feeling no pressure from others to document my off-the-wall views of life. I sincerely hope that when reading this book, you find yourself smiling and thinking to yourself that the author, while making a valid point, would truly benefit from a sound sarcasm rehabilitation program.
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