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Belzer's snarky, film noir voice is a national treasure, and his jaunty, paranoid rap is punctuated with 200 sound effects: musical cues, rifle shots, and a little noise that signals one of Belzer's delightful "factoids." A factoid is an item of interest, such as Belzer's allegation that the bullets recovered from the cop allegedly shot by Oswald don't match Oswald's gun. He also cites the actual U.S. law that forbade sex with aliens. No joke! Belzer started out as a snarling standup comic, and few can match his way with a monologue. His delivery doesn't merely drip with sarcasm, it's positively drenching. He may or may not convince you that Gerald Posner's Oswald-did-it book Case Closed is bull, but he will definitely make you laugh. (Running time: 6 hours, 4 cassettes)--Tim Appelo --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
one of the few books ive read multiple times, its very thought provoking and unlike many books of this type isn't drier than dirtPublished 2 months ago by David Beatham
Purchased the book as a gift. Was new as stated. Arrived sooner than expected. I'm very happy.Published 5 months ago by Linda R
I love him on TV, loved him when he was doing standup routines and this book is an amalgam of all of his characters. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Kindle Customer
Not a bad book. The second half is very "silly" with a smorgasbord of bizarre ideas with no substantiation. The first half of the book, all about JFK, is not bad. Read morePublished 11 months ago by DE Burke
Well written with a nice touch of humour...Belzer not the greatest actor, but a writer very good..Who Knew. Lots of facts that hel put together a puzzlePublished 13 months ago by Johnny Read
This book will scare the hell out of you. The JFK section is really eye opening. I hope one day we will know the whole truth.Published 16 months ago by DeSadesGirl
I liked the book, although I think there was less information on Elvis than the other
two topics. It was easy to read and follow.