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Divine obfuscation has a purpose. This is the classic that ushered in so many imitators, imitators who did not get "it." "It" is slack, the desiderata that cannot be desired and is only attainable through "Bob," the evil god/male model who founded the Church of the SubGenius without bothering to "exist." If you read this holy book properly, you will learn to "pull the wool over your own eyes." While this volume may seem hilarious, it's also an incredibly adept deconstruction of religion in general and the human impulse to believe in and follow anyone who promises to give their lives meaning and structure. Plus, it's the only place to find the information you need to survive when the bad alien gods come out of the sky to kill, enslave, and entertain us. If you don't already have a copy, then hand in your hipness ID card and hang your head in shame.
Sometimes a book goes too far. Sometimes is... now. First, there was The Gilgamesh. Then... the Bhagavad-Gita Then... the Torah, the New Testament, the Koran Then... the Book of Mormon, Dianetics, I'm OK You're OK. And now...The Book of the Subgenius (How to Prosper in the Coming Weird Times)END
got it to show my friends not familiar with the SubGenius.Published 4 months ago by Bergen franklin
This book has changed my life; the Pipe that came with it looks super cool when I take it to clubs, parties, even work! Read morePublished 6 months ago by KEVIN M RODDY
If there is only one book you purchase in this lifetime which is entirely devoted to the principles of Slack, MAKE IT THIS ONE! Read morePublished 6 months ago by Larry Dickman
I bought it, I read it, now the cats are levitating and my teevee has become a portal to an alien dimension.
Totally worth the money!
I had a copy of this ages ago, but never it got it back after being lent out. It's not for everyone, but I found it humorous and delightfully weird.Published 9 months ago by Elsie
****Must Read Urgent*****Published 9 months ago by Rev. Dr. William G.J. Von Friemann, Jr. III, Esq.
The finest religious text money can buy!
As equally relevant for the 21st century as it was in the 20th century.