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Crimes Against Civility Kindle Edition
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A quick, fun read. Am hoping he writes more books!
I loved this book... well written, and very relatable. And apparently relatable is not a word. Now I understand why Richard is one of my friends on Facebook-- we want to punch people for all the same reasons. I wish everyone on the planet would read "Crimes Against Civility" and take it to heart. People are a bunch of annoying jerks, and we all could make the world a better place by acting like we're not the only ones in it.
Also? I felt really old when I read this. I'm technically a Millenial, as the old folks call us, and I still found everything Richard said about us to be completely true. And that makes me sad.
On a brighter note-- since parents are always wondering why kids don't come with instructions, can we just start handing them a copy of this book with a post-it on the front that says "this is how you make sure your kids don't grow up to be annoying little pricks?" Because that would be awesome.
"Crimes Against Civility" should be required reading for all high schools, airplanes, DOTs, doctors' waiting rooms, bars, cell phone suppliers--everywhere that offenders may gather.
One quick point on why people throw cigarette butts on the ground--they don't always go out like they should. I guess I'd rather see them in the gutter than read about a fire set by one. It would be nicer if everyone could just quit smoking but as an ex-smoker I know how hard that is to do.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Richard tells it like it is with today's society. Especially the younger generation. Lord only knows what has happened to manners and common sense.Published 4 months ago by Dgrout47
Richard Simms is a very funny guy! This book covers a range of subjects and he puts his own personal spin on everything.Published on September 18, 2013 by Jeff Hendrix
It's as though the author was reading my mind...absolutely hysterical take on every day life...got a lot of good ideas on how to handle awkward situations... Read morePublished on June 11, 2013 by miki a criscoe
Richard, you had me laughing out loud reading this book. I love your snark and truth all wrapped up together!Published on May 1, 2013 by Carla Huff
Richard Simms has taken a humorous approach to the head scratcher that is today's society! I found myself nodding and laughing in the prolog! Read morePublished on March 18, 2013 by Chanceala Robak
Richard is a great writer. He is such a witty person and I really enjoy tweeting with him. It is a very enjoyable story. Give it a try.Published on February 16, 2013 by Mary Beth Walsh
Awesome....way too funny
I read this while on a five-hour flight. I was laughing so hard, the people around me kept looking at me. Read more
This book should be a must read for everyone. He hits the nail on the head while doing it with humor. Loved it.Published on September 18, 2012 by Debbie_Pauley