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The F**ket List: Things I Will NOT Be Doing Before I Die Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
And the book is so reminiscent of not only his wit, but his honesty. I do hope it gets wide readership, because I think it calls things for what they are, and gives voice to questions many of us have certainly had, but in the way only he can tell it. Grab a copy now! You won't regret it.
You WILL enjoy this look into the life of the man that loves people and being funny. It leaves no doubt why every student that crossed his path adore him!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Reading these stories took me back to my time in The Harrisburg Urban Semester, which David ran in the late 1970s. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mike Sorohan
Mildly funny. Had I not gone to Middlebury and read about it in a recent newsletter, I would have passed. It did get me thinking about what to add to my own personal F**ket list. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Dean Curtis
Wonderful stories from an accomplished man(in all the best ways). Great for anyone who appreciates the simple comedy of being alive.Published 18 months ago by Alexander Krupnick
It took me some time to write this review. When I first read the book, I read it as a series of hilarious and well-written stories -- and had a great time doing so. Read morePublished 19 months ago by JG
In full disclosure, I am am alumnus of Franklin and Marshall College, but somehow I never met the famous Dean S., as he is affectionately known throughout the F&M community. Read morePublished 21 months ago by FuzzyAMZ
I found the book funny and touching at the same time. Very enjoyable reading.I highly recommend it. Can be read in a day.Published 21 months ago by Alice E Yerman
For full disclosure the author is both a friend and former colleague of mine. He's a very talented comedic writer; this not one of his better efforts. Read morePublished 22 months ago by GeorgeR
I purchased this book because Professor Stameshkin was my son's prefect at Franklin & Marshall. My heart broke when he announced his retirement. This man is one in a million. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Carol Koshakow