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A lot shorter than I expected. Some of the future ideas had me rolling with laughter. Others I just didn't get. Meh.Published 1 month ago by brandi
Every one of these short shorts could be developed into either a serious or seriously funny in depth work. Impressive!Published 4 months ago by Compulsive Reader
I was looking for humor. All I truly found was a mild smile once in a blue moon and a lot of salacious language and innuendo.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Some ideas were interesting but I felt that sometimes the point was lost by the use of too much languagePublished 8 months ago by Megan Bennetts
The author gives a view of future so bleak that critics will soon be using the term Kutneresque to describe all post apocalyptic hellscapes.Published 20 months ago by Barnaby
Weird....but once I started reading...I couldn't seem to put it down. It was ok, not one I would have liked to have purchased.Published 21 months ago by fred
I thought it would be funny or at least thought provoking. Big disappointment. More like a junior high English assignment.Published 23 months ago by sa
This Kindle single is just a few pages long but it's pretty funny. It's the author's ideas of several possible future scenarios that could happen to humanity. Read morePublished on September 27, 2013 by Carla Moore