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It's not great, but it's very good. Of course, I'm such a fan of Mr. O'Rourke that I'd pay money to read his interpretation of how to make a cheese sandwich, so I find it nearly... Read morePublished 2 months ago by R. L. Whitehead
Good PJ O'Rourke tart, arch, fun writing -- though some of the older chapters are odd reading in this day and age of small cars in place of gas guzzlers.Published 12 months ago by Mac McCarthy
Love P.J., funniest writer today. Great perspective on the world we live in.Published 23 months ago by E Michael Shine
Could identify with some of the stories. Could do without some of the snark comments. But that is just P. J.s style.Published on May 26, 2014 by John Mannen
The best goofball writer, for sure. Funny stuff, as usual (b'cept for his Fiat 500 "test", which was a little bit less funny than usual). I really like PJ's style. I need more... Read morePublished on October 5, 2013 by Buellist
Read this when it came out, in several moves lost the book. Reading it again the humor and grasp of the American psyche is spot on.Published on August 20, 2013 by GKN