Long ago Andy Warhol promised that someday everybody would be famous. But one man never got his 15 minutes, and he's not happy about it.
His dilemma creates the framework for these 75 short humor pieces about the famous, the unfamous, the formerly-famous, and the wannabe famous.
What does it take to become famous today? Why does fame shine its light on some and not on others? What do YOU need to do to become famous?
These and other unimportant questions are answered in this light-hearted romp through one man's life and modern America itself.
"Not since Jack Douglas warned us about naked bus drivers have I laughed as hard as I did with these hilarious essays." - S. Weiner, magazine editor, publisher, 'RadioEYES: Great Rock Lyrics Set to Art'