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Don't Let The Hippies Shower by [Kruiser, Stephen]
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  • File Size: 391 KB
  • Print Length: 93 pages
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  • Publication Date: September 12, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00F5KS4Z8
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By Nick VINE VOICE on September 13, 2013
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Stephen Kruiser is a wonderfully funny political comedian and activist who is a fan of not wearing pants. I can't say that I blame him. I mean, pants are horrible. And as a conservative in California, Kruiser has found wonderful targets, from feelings being more important than facts to failures in multiculturalism.

Makes for a good gift for your conservative friends who need a solid laugh.
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...this book is most appropriately read while not wearing pants. If you get this reference, you get Stephen Kruiser.

If you follow SFK on Twitter (@stephenkruiser), you know what you're going to get here. Incisive thought, quick wit, and Kruiser feelings.

Buy at least three of these today. Not sure what you do with the other two, but you'll think of something...
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It used to be that the hippies were easy to identify and avoid. Covered with mud and behaving like drugged animals, it was easy to see that their hippie ideas were very bad ones that could not possibly work in the real world. As long as that was the case, the hippie was a harmless beast, useful as examples to the young on what bad decisions and lack of responsibility could lead to. But then the hippies started to shower. Once they were cleaned up, they discovered that they could infiltrate normal society and spread their hippie ideas on an unsuspecting population. They became educators in order to indoctrinate our children with hippie ideas like sports where everybody gets a trophy, or their parents are destroying the Earth by using plastic bags.

This is the premise of Stephen Kruiser's Don't Let the Hippies Shower. Under the cover of humor, Kruiser writes about real problems afflicting our culture based on ideas from the seemingly harmless like the EGAT principle in sports mentioned above and the contemporary campaign against bullying, to the annoying and unworkable like much environmentalist nuttery and the strange idea held by too many young people that they are entitled to whatever they want, paid for by the evil rich, to the malignant totalitarianism increasingly found on college campuses and in the culture at large. Don't Let the Hippies Shower is that rare book that makes you think, while you are laughing out loud. I recommend you give it to all your conservative friends to encourage them to fight back against the Invaders in the only way that is really effective, by laughing at them. You should also give copies to your liberal friends, and watch them gaze with incomprehension as they try to make sense of such foreign concepts as facts, logic and humor. And if you happen to know any hippies, for goodness sake, keep them out of the shower.
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There's an old joke that goes like this: 10,000 comedians out of work and we get a funny man. Usually spoken to some obnoxious boor in a pub. Kruiser is neither a boor nor obnoxious and he is deceptively intelligent. (Sorry, Stephen, who knew?) This is a serious book with a comedic edge. Think John Oliver. Or maybe Oliver should be thinking Kruiser. A regular at PJTV, Kruiser is as thoughtful and deep as his peers there, but not so serious as to become annoying (Yes, I'm talking to you Whittle.). If you're into right-wing punditry, told with a wink and a nod, this is your book.
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But I was reading this book on the bus, and the ensuing fits of laughter at Kruiser's wit led to a 72-hour hold. So, thanks for that.

Stephen Kruiser skewers the modern progressive mentality by pointing out its origin at one sort of "Chlamydia Eve," who climbs out of the mud and, well, most decent American really wish she wouldn't have. Covering education, the philosophy of child-rearing, and - God help us all! - Climate Change - SK takes us on a quick trip down the highway of modern insanity; it's paved with feelings and recycled unicorns.

Read this book, but NOT IN PUBLIC. There should be a disclaimer.

It's funny, because it's true.
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I already knew Kruiser was funny from Twitter, but this book takes his political humor to an all new level of funny. Couldn't put it down. It's not only hysterically funny, but it's a very good lesson in the steps the radicals are taking within our educational system, which is terrifying. I rarely recommend books, but this is one I'm making my friends and family buy. #brentwoodfund
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I would consider this book be read by anyone. Only complaint is that it is to short. The author is kind of a Greg Gutfeld author. Keeps you interested with humor but covers important topics. Makes it easy to relate by using real life experience
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This book will change your life. Well, it will if you are either a hippie who hasn't showered since President Johnson's hired gun was up in your grassy knoll, or you know someone who knows someone in politics. Kruiser explains the problem thoroughly: the hippies have entered our education system and other institutions and taken them over from the inside. It's time ordinary Americans, who value hard work, honesty, and personal hygiene, did the same. Call up your county clerk. Ask how to run for office, and get the name and number of the head of your local political party. These aren't DC officials or state capitol hangers on, but just ordinary people like you who value hard work, honesty, and personal hygiene. They can tell you how to contact your neighbors and even run for local school board yourself. You can become the first line of defense to keep the bad people out of government and put back in the ones who value hard work, honesty, and ... you know the rest.

5 stars. It would be more, but that's as high as the scale goes.
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