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SkyMaul 2: Where America Buys His Stuff Paperback – October 21, 2014
"Rebound" by Kwame Alexander
Don't miss best-selling author Kwame Alexander's "Rebound," a new companion novel to his Newbery Award-winner, "The Crossover," illustrated with striking graphic novel panels. Learn more
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“The D.U.I mask really works!” ―David Foster Wallace
“Madly funny, full of wild invention.” ―George Saunders
“Fiendishly funny.” ―San Francisco Chronicle
“The perfect send-up.” ―Salon.com
“A hilarious and wildly inventive spoof.” ―Time Out NY
“A smart, warped spoof.” ―Austin Chronicle
“Funny and classy.” ―Joel Stein, Los Angeles Times
“You will laugh yourself sad.” ―Patton Oswalt
“Your ass is guaranteed to be laughed off.” ―San Francisco Bay Guardian
“Move over, National Lampoon.” ―The Seattle Times
“The definitive airborne catalog parody.” ―SF Weekly
“Kudos for taking SkyMall to new levels of absurdity.” ―The Village Voice
About the Author
KASPER HAUSER is a sketch comedy group whose previous books include such absurdist gems as Earn Your MBA on the Toilet, Obama's Blackberry and Weddings of the Times. The group's members have written for HBO digital and appeared on Comedy Central and This American Life. They perform and produce live shows and digital content, and received a Herald Angel award for their performance at the Edinburgh Fringe festival. They live in the San Francisco area.
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What I'm saying is they did a good job delivering the product.
I would give this book to anyone I liked if I wanted to make them laugh. If there was someone I liked who I wanted to be sad, I wouldn't give it to that person.
Seriously, though. This is hilarious.
You've seen these pretentious catalogs whenever you've had the pleasure of eating a handful of pretzels and a sip of soda while travelling in a flying cattle car. Quite the humorous take.