The Pussification of America

eBook (PDF), 100 Pages
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We're just offering a smidgen of inconvenient truths... Don't like the truth? TOO DAMN BAD! This is a little book of big common sense. Hopefully it will be an eye-opener for the folks who have committed their lives to being nothing more than emotionless, unenthusiastic,living-dead people who feel like they're going nowhere. It's also for those who have a problem with taking those damn rose-colored glasses off their faces and suffer from delusions of grandeur. Time to start thinking OUTSIDE the box for a change... LIVE, DAMN IT, LIVE!
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  • By David Halk
    Oct 15, 2009
    "A hard-line look at life in America, plus some laughs " A sharp and no-holds-barred review of American culture, The Pussification of America hits us with the most prevalent vices and drawbacks of our society today. Ford and Santiago set forth major flaws of modern thinking, attitudes, and behaviors without reserve, but also not without humor as we all may laugh at the outright jackassery of those who perpetrate modest to major sins against their fellow human beings. The advice given in this tome of insight and wisdom would be well heeded by all.
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C.R. Santiago
September 30, 2011
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