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Schott's Original Miscellany
Schott's Original Miscellany
by Ben Schott
Edition: Hardcover
Price: $12.26
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I Don't Often Read, But This Book Changed Me, December 6, 2006
At my school's holiday sale, I found this book under the New York Times Bestsellers List. One of my friends had picked it up, and was reading it at a seat nearby, and when I walked over, he asked me, "Did you know that Pamela Anderson is Canadian?" What an intriguing way to start off a conversation, but when I looked over his shoulder, he was reading from Schott's Original Miscellany. Unfortunately, the book cost $15, and I could not afford it at the time, but I flipped through my own copy anyway, and found out: Woodrow Wilson is imprinted on the $100,000 bill, all of the villains in the James Bond series, the exact digits that make up Pi, and more! Fortunately for me, Amazon is selling the book for five dollars less than what my school's sale would have. However, I would not suggest this book if you aren't interested in little-known, non-important facts, because you will think that it is boring. On the other hand, do buy it if you enjoy that kind of information. As other reviewers said, it makes a great bathroom book, or something to pass the time with.

South Park: Season 5
South Park: Season 5
DVD ~ Trey Parker
Price: $20.97
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars SEASON FIVE EPISODE GUIDE, October 28, 2005
This review is from: South Park: Season 5 (DVD)
Scott Tenorman Must Die- Cartman goes medieval on Scott Tenorman's ass when ginger-haired Scott tricks our supple hero into buying his pubic hair for $16.12. Radiohead guest stars and plays a role in Cartman's elaborate scheme at getting sweet revenge on his unsuspecting foe.

It Hits the Fan- The you-know-what hits the fan a 162 times when the citizens of South Park hear the word "Sh*t" on the popular show, "Cop Drama." Boffo ratings have the executives at HBC plotting further use of the curse word, as the nation is struck by a mysterious plague that unleashes the ancient Knights of Standards and Practices. Only Chef and the boys can save South Park, and the world.

Cripple Fight- Big Gay Al returns to South Park, only to be thrown out as Scoutmaster to the boys for being gay. The boys rally to his defense, with the help of the new "handi-capable" kid, Jimmy. But there's only room for one crippled kid in South Park, so Timmy and Jimmy throw off the gloves, as well as the crutches and wheelchair, in an all out slugfest to end all slugfests.

Super Best Friends- Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny discover David Blaine, magician and Cult Leader. Stan finds out early that the Blainiacs are not as nice as they thought. Stan has to convince Kyle, Kenny and Cartman that they've been brainwashed... but will he get to them in time? Jesus has a few tricks up his sleeve! Super Best Friends to the rescue!

Terrance and Phillip: Behind the Blow- In the grand tradition of Wham UK, flatulant Canadian superstars, Terrance and Phillip, have broken up over creative differences. The clock is ticking as the boys struggle to reunite the fartastic duo, and recruit them in time for South Park's Earth Day festivities.

Cartmanland- Cartman inherits ONE MILLION DOLLARS from his grandmother, fulfilling his lifelong dream of owning his own amusement park, Cartmanland! A hemorrhoid erupts in Kyles' ass when he learns of Cartman's undeserved fortune, making him question the very existence of God, and whether there's a reason to stay alive in a world where someone like Cartman is happy.

Proper Condom Use- Thanks to Stan's "handy" work, the children of South Park must endure sex education from the unlikely duo of Mr. Mackey and Ms. Choksondik. While the two adults take their lessons to heart, the children are left frightened, mis-informed, and armed for battle against the opposite sex. Much hilarity ensues.

Towelie- The boys get a new video game system and their plans for the next 38 hours is to play it! Untill they discover Towelie, a government secret, genetically engineered towel that gets his special powers from... gettin' high. When the government steals Stan's new Game Sphere the boys will stop at nothing to get it back. Losing precious gaming time they find Towelie and begin the struggle of the century.

Osama Bin Laden Has Farty Pants- Who needs Special Ops when you have Cartman's fat ass on your side? After accidentally being sent to Afghanistan, Cartman (in a tribute to WWII-era Loony Toons) and the boys take on Osama and the Taliban learning that they have a lot more in common with the Afghani children than they ever realized. Go America! Go Broncos!

How to Eat With Your Butt- Cartman has finally gone to far when a prank involving Kenny's sweet cheeks results in him blowing a "funny fuse." After a photo of Kenny's better side finds it's way onto the side of a milk carton, an unusual couple arrives in South Park to claim their missing child. Much ass kissing ensues.

The Entity- Frustrated with long lines at the airport, Mr. Garrison (Herbert to his friends) invents a new mode of transportation that's "extra enjoyable" for roughly 10 percent of the population. And Kyle's cousin Kyle visits South Park, bringing his "New York sensibilities" with him - much to our Kyle's horror.

Here Comes The Neighborhood- Feeling like an outcast for being the only rich kid in town, Token succeeds in attracting several other wealthy people to South Park. Meanwhile, the townspeople, fearing that their little hamlet is rapidly going up the drain, attempt to run the new residents out of town by any means necessary.

Kenny Dies- In a very special episode of South Park, Cartman fights for Kenny's life when he speaks before Congress in favor of stem cell research. Meanwhile, Stan has trouble dealing with his f-f-friend's impending demise.

Butters' Very Own Episode- Butters is back with his very own episode! And he inadvertently reveals a deep, dark family secret about his fathers' late night "shopping" sprees. Alone and lost Butters determinedly makes his way through porn theatres and gay bathhouses in an effort get back home in time to eat at Bennigan's for his parents anniversary. A suicidal mom a perverted dad and Butters caught right in the middle of all the wackiness!

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Family Guy Presents - Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story
Family Guy Presents - Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story
DVD ~ Seth MacFarlane
Price: $10.61
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6 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars One of The Best Animated Films Ever!, August 12, 2005
Just to let you all know, I own the DVD. Yes, I got it before it was released. I got if from the office, and watched it the same day (since I work at USA Today). I loved it... period! I was, however, dissapointed, when the film was, in fact, censored. Even though it is an Unrated film ( Rated it would probably be R), curses were bleeped out. Even though I wasn't entirely dissapointed, seeing that the movie was great, it was annoying that the box clearly states, 'All-New, Outrageous, Uncensored!'. I would not recomend this DVD or UMD for children, seeing that suggestive themes pop up quite a lot. Overall I had to give it 5 stars. Hey, it's Family Guy!

The Book of Bunny Suicides
The Book of Bunny Suicides
by Andy Riley
Edition: Paperback
Price: $8.86
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A Great Book, But Not Worth The Money, June 6, 2005
Andy Riley has definitely won his bragging rights, because the only time that I thought that commiting suicide was funny was when I sat down In my local bookstore and read The Book of Bunny Suicides! This is a laught-out-loud book that even has a sequel,called Return of The Bunny Suicides, but I would not spend eight bucks on a fifty (or so) page picture book.

(What's The Story) Morning Glory?
(What's The Story) Morning Glory?
Offered by cdgiveaways
Price: $18.93
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars What Can I Say? This Stuff's Pretty AMAZING!!!, June 6, 2005
I have never even heard one British band ever before, until Oasis's (What's Your Story) Morning Glory?, and loved it! My only problem with this album, and the reason why I rated this item 4 stars, instead of 5 is because the songs are kind of annoying after five minutes or so (every song is dreadfully long) and some get stuck in my head for as much as three days at a time!

Captain Underpants and the Invasion of the Incredibly Naughty Cafeteria Ladies from Outer Space (and the Subsequent Assault of the Equally Evil Lunchroom Zombie Nerds)
Captain Underpants and the Invasion of the Incredibly Naughty Cafeteria Ladies from Outer Space (and the Subsequent Assault of the Equally Evil Lunchroom Zombie Nerds)
by Dav Pilkey
Edition: Paperback
Price: $4.89
729 used & new from $0.01

5.0 out of 5 stars A Great Installment To A Great Series!, May 25, 2005
'Captain Underpants and the Invasion of the Incredibly Naughty Cafeteria Ladies from Outer Space' is the one of the best books I've ever read, only behind 'Captain Underpants and the Wrath of the Wicked Wedgie Woman' in my all-time favorites list. All though I haven't read the Bionic Booger Boy Part 1 & 2, I am planning on, and I'm also excited for the upcoming Captain Underpants book,' Captain Underpants and the Preposterous Plight of the Purple Potty People'!

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