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Many people say, “You can’t judge a book by its cover”. That saying definitely doesn’t apply in this case, because the title and picture say it all. In this book the vulnerability of us all is humorously exposed as we typically find ourselves trying to hide the human condition, which has been passed down throughout mankind. If you breathe, then you eat, if you eat then you poop. No one is exempt from this natural act of waste disposal. However, most people will sit in misery rather than admit the need to go. Whether you are rich or poor, man or woman, you know you have been stuck in some kind of compromising situation. Maybe you have experienced the helplessness of finishing your business, only to discover an empty toilet paper cylinder at your side as you contemplate your options before heading back in to the office. Possibly it was the embarrassment of trying to expel a little gas to relieve an uncomfortable pressure, only to find a science experiment gone wrong in your drawers when the gas changed to a liquid. Or perhaps the awkwardness of a first date has been multiplied by a thousand, as you begin to feel the grumbles in your stomach set in after dinner. Each hilarious tale tells of the experiences of the authors from many different stages in their lives. They share experiences ranging from their own childhood, through the college years, into young adulthood and finally reach full circle with funny tales about their own children. These stories have been written with every intention of making you smile if you must be stuck on the throne for any length of time. Can you honestly think of a better topic for the most notorious and infamous reading room in history?
The Life and Times of Albert Alexander a Study of Identity Formation and Disintegration in Urban Afro America
- Author : David James Dodd
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1971
- Genre : Uncategorized
- Pages : 746
- ISBN : UCAL:C2981443
"There's something in the air, but it isn't love." Apocalyptic forces both real and imaginary loom large in this sprawling philosophical novel set in 2012 New York City. Ray, an Ivy League grad and struggling fledgling journalist, is a few weeks into trying to make ends meet as a bicycle courier when he mounts an investigation to solve the mystery of his own death. Along the way, he strikes up a strange romance with Haruka— a 19-year-old seeking self-empowerment through a malevolent form of online dating— and finds himself taken under the wing of an exalted, aging academic, Emerson, whose Virgil-like guidance might not be all that it seems. Equal parts zany existential detective story, scathing Web 2.0 sendup, and poignant elegy for what was lost in the smartphone revolution, In Limbo asks critical psychological and spiritual questions about what it means to be alive— and human— in the 21st century.
Join God and Jebus and The Holy Toaster and Gilberto McCheasyfries the Sheep and a slew of others in The Bible 2.0, a magical tale of drama, intrigue, fantasy, murder, magic, drugs, thermonuclear physics, sex, prison life, basket weaving, and unicorns.. each spine tingling word more exiting than the previous! Word!
- Author : Anonim
- Publisher : Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers(IEEE)
- Release Date : 1996
- Genre : Congresses
- Pages : 550
- ISBN : CORNELL:31924077702169
Horror! Death! Uh...Face-punching! Witness ten all-new stories that promise to be the most terrifying, most shocking and most horrific comic that DC Comics has ever published! (Hyperbole much?) Batman, Wonder Woman, Guy Gardner, Swamp Thing, Zatanna and more of your favorite heroes face unspeakable horrors from the streets of Gotham City to the darkest sectors of the universe.
Buddy Baker invades Hollywood to battle Brother BloodÑand that's before things get really weird.
Who Is Superwoman?' part 4! Supergirl must decide what to do with a shocking piece of information that casts all of 'New Krypton' into a new light! Meanwhile, Lois begins to put the clues together regarding the body found in Metropolis Harbor and the strange message it was broadcasting.
Lucifer is hosting. With his new abode complete, the prince of darkness is throwing a nice little housewarming dinner party to break the place in. Invited are a collection of miserable individuals whose souls are the devil’s to command. But when an uninvited guest by the name of John Constantine crashes the party, all hell breaks loose. Meanwhile: a horn is blown, a dead man is murdered, and a closet proves to be quite a bit more spacious than first expected.Lucifer is hosting. With his new abode complete, the prince of darkness is throwing a nice little housewarming dinner party to break the place in. Invited are a collection of miserable individuals whose souls are the devil’s to command. But when an uninvited guest by the name of John Constantine crashes the party, all hell breaks loose. Meanwhile: a horn is blown, a dead man is murdered, and a closet proves to be quite a bit more spacious than first expected.
A prelude to the JLA/JSA crossover event 'The Dark Things!' Supergirl rejoins the JLA as incredible, ancient forces of chaos are unleashed. What could possess her and Power Girl to battle to the death? And what horrors await the rest of the Justice League and Justice Society?
When Frankie Hermans emerges from a coma after 200 days, he knows his life is never going to be the same again. For a start, he can’t talk, he can’t walk and it’s a struggle even to wield a pen. And then there’s Joe Speedboat — a boy who arrived in the sleepy village of Lomark like a blazing comet and who’s been stirring things up ever since. Whether setting off bombs, racing mopeds or building a bi-plane, Joe has the touch of a magician and the spirit of a daredevil. He also sees a use for Frankie’s good right arm beyond writing: as a champion arm-wrestler Frankie will be strong enough to impress his friends, and maybe even win the favour of the gorgeous, golden-haired girl who has them all in a spin. Full of vitality, verve and chutzpah, Joe Speedboat tells the fast-paced story of an unlikely friendship between two boys, and of their lightning dash towards adulthood. PRAISE FOR TOMMY WIERINGA ‘Joe Speedboat is never just another would-be inspirational read about overcoming adversity … Expertly translated from the Dutch by Sam Garrett, Tommy Wieringa's novel offers a rewarding journey into the unfamiliar. It is also witty, thoughtful and surprisingly tender.’ The Independent (UK) ‘[A] brilliant coming-of-age story with an outlandish twist … There are more coming-of-age novels than dikes in Holland, but this wonderfully weird novel is not one to miss.’ Publishers Weekly
"A Cuban of our acquaintance describes Cortázar as "the best French writer in Spanish." Not only because he has the candor to set his fiction in Paris, where so many South American writers have found breathing room, but because he has a truly French feel for the miscellaneous, kitchen-sinky, birds-eye texture of dally life. In A Manual for Manuel, you'll meet Andres, Marco, Francine, Lonstein, Lucienne, Patricio, and Susanna: a mixed group of French intellectuals and "Argentines who don't know what they're doing" in Paris. Together they make up "the Screwery," a collective that's more "pataphysical" than strictly revolutionary - involved in projects as diverse as collecting a scrapbook of newspaper clippings for Manuel (Patricio and Susanna's baby son), guerrilla theatre in department stores, counterfeiting and currency smuggling, and, grandest of all, the kidnapping of a bigwig from a multinational corporation in return for the release of captured revolutionaries in Latin America. Cortázar's narrative, as we've come to expect, is totally fractured into digressions, essays, undifferentiated dialogue, philosophical meditation, Finnegan's Wake-ish pun-prose, letters, Telexes, etc. Even the book's big, wonderful action scene (this charming crew's disastrous kidnap attempt) is muffled under all the stylistic swaddling. Cortázar is often at his best here: writing about a large group of friends, making them individual yet coherent - smart people being confused together. But the book suffers by comparison with his earlier, more substantial Hopscotch; even in Rabassa's adept and sympathetic translation, Manuel seems to lack the intensity and rich ambience we look for in prime Cortázar."--Kirkus