The Art of Idiocy

eBook (PDF), 117 Pages
(6 Ratings)
Price: $3.99
These are the stories of Brian Newton Fuller's life in public schools, from kindergarten through high school. They are filled with misconstrued life lessons, idiotic decisions and absolutely zero political correctness. In other words, these are real stories, with real people and real laughs.
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  • By John Pabst
    Sep 4, 2010
    Brian Fuller's ode to the everyday weirdness of youth is dead-on. Very funny, sometimes touching, and often wince-inducing, you will find yourself summoning up the images and stories that make up your own childhood-albeit probably not to the level of 'idiocy" achieved by the author. I loved it and highly recommend it.
  • By William Alton Haveron
    Aug 24, 2010
    This book is a laugh out loud funny romp through the nostalgic and sentimental suburban 60's and 70's.Not only did it make me miss those innocent and insoucient days of yore but offered a stark contrast to these days in which Parents dare not let their children out of their sights.Can they? Could they possibly ever have these sort of ribald,slap stick, "let the Devil take the hindmost" experinces to later reflect upon and then write about? I would say that it is an excellant book for teen-ageres but then it could very well make them jealous not to have lived in a time where only mischief and the imagination were able to dull the pains of boredom in Mayberry!Also it reminds one of all of the classic toys and games now too "Gone with the Wind".This is a fast and entertaining read.I read it in one afternoon.I had no other choice because once I started I couldn't put it down.Buy this book and enjoy!
  • By Deidre Shanley
    Aug 19, 2010
    What a wonderful read!!!! The flood of memories that I experienced while reading this book were almost too much to handle. I laughed some, cried some, and even peed a little a times. This book captures the image of that child that grew-up a little weird and somewhat dangerous (but only to himself). After reading this you will realize that we all have fond memories of our childhood (even if you did get in trouble for doing it).
  • By Ross Johnson
    Aug 19, 2010
    As an openly gay man coming of age in the late 20th century, Brian (or Brine as he is known to his lovers) Newton Fuller has penned an alternately touching and ribald memoir of growing up in a constricted Texas closet. I laughed. I cried. I fell in love with him all over again reading these precious words of his. Buy, read and learn, you ignaroids! Ross "Baron of Love" Johnson
  • By Billy Bake
    Aug 16, 2010
    Simply Stupendous, outragously awkward, had to read it twice to make sure I didn't miss anything, can't wait for the 2nd book in the trilogy, Tom Cruise should think about portraying the hero when they make the movie, buy this NOW!
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First Edition
Chicobra TX Press
November 3, 2011
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