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I read the book a couple of weekends ago while at the cottage and laughed out loud several times.
It's not that they are bad, but rather they usually follow a pattern of having little to do with the issue at hand.
If you don't care to learn anything, and just want an easy read that will make you cry laughing, this is the one.
Someone who knows of my contempt for the mainstream media gave me a copy of this book. I thought I'd glean some good info as to media bias & other reasons to dismiss the MSM. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Gary M. Hetrick
I've read this before, but at this price (11 cents) a hardcover copy is worth every penny. If you like thought-provoking comedy, don't hesistate, but to buy this novel. Read morePublished 12 months ago by ArthurSpeakman
I will admit at first Drew and his Fark website did a good job shining a spotlight on the world of business and news mixed together in their lies and deceit. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Waldo Pepper
The humor of a shitty book that sets out as its main assertion is that most if not all information is shit and only drunk ex fratboys and brotards have a clue, is, while... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Stephen Rifkin
I think it is highly foolish to think that a radio is announcing something when it just repeats the kind of crap that is produced in response to the news. Read morePublished on January 10, 2012 by Bruce P. Barten
The fake news he cites all rings true. But, I think the subject should have been taken more seriously. Read morePublished on March 23, 2011 by Amazon Customer
Disclosure: I am a TotalFarker (or an UltraFarker if you're in the know)
I bought this book as a default action, also to see if I was referenced in it by happenstance. Read more
This book is oh, so true! [...] keeps way too many people occupied and this book lets the reader know why.Published on January 11, 2010 by Crista M. Millard
This book is like a textbook for journalism students. It shows all the ways that modern media inflates trivial stories into days of 24-hour coverage as a lazy ploy to sell ads and... Read morePublished on August 31, 2009 by Daniel Nolan