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The DisGrace of MySpace By Richard David Kennedy
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A slightly different look at the world's largest social networking portal, filled with literally hundreds of facetious annotations that will leave you snickering, if not downright splitting a gut.... More > Seen through Kennedy's penetrating (often unmerciful) eye, this is a book that will show you another reality– the virtual and the absurd, as offered by the actual members themselves. Newcomers as well as those who've been around MySpace for awhile will also be exposed to some interesting facts they probably didn't know. If you are a "Spacer" or thinking of becoming one, then this book is a must for you.< Less
The DisGrace Of MySpace By Richard David Kennedy
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A slightly different look at the world's largest social networking portal, filled with literally hundreds of facetious annotations that will leave you snickering, if not downright splitting a gut.... More > Seen through Kennedy's penetrating (often unmerciful) eye, this is a book that will show you another reality– the virtual and the absurd, as offered by the actual members themselves. Newcomers as well as those who've been around MySpace for awhile will also be exposed to some interesting facts they probably didn't know. If you are a "Spacer" or thinking of becoming one, then this book is a must for you.< Less
The DisGrace Of MySpace, The Sequel: It's All About Muah By Richard David Kennedy
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This sequel takes a slightly different look at was once the world's largest social networking and fifth largest English-speaking portal, filled with literally hundreds of facetious annotations that... More > will leave you snickering, if not rollicking. Seen through Kennedy's penetrating (often merciless) eye, this is a book that will show you another reality– the virtual and the absurd, as offered by the actual members themselves. Is this an exposé? Not quite. This is where you will find a rather large “sample” of those Spacers, who are so eager to find “Mr. Right,” fame and fortune, or just their fifteen minutes in the world’s limelight, exposing themselves, quite unlike you may have expected. Don’t credit the author(s); credit the members themselves for making it all possible...Newcomers, as well as those who've been around MySpace for awhile, will find this snippet of societal arrogance and self-centeredness simply irresistible.< Less
Screwy On Yuwie By Richard David Kennedy
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A humorous look at some of the things people will do to "gain attention" or "get noticed" on Yuwie.
The DisGrace- Revised By Richard David Kennedy
eBook (PDF): $7.99
This sequel takes a slightly different look at was once the world's largest social networking and fifth largest English-speaking portal, filled with literally hundreds of facetious annotations that... More > will leave you snickering, if not rollicking. Seen through Kennedy's penetrating (often merciless) eye, this is a book that will show you another reality– the virtual and the absurd, as offered by the actual members themselves. Is this an exposé? Not quite. This is where you will find a rather large “sample” of those Spacers, who are so eager to find “Mr. Right,” fame and fortune, or just their fifteen minutes in the world’s limelight, exposing themselves, quite unlike you may have expected. Don’t credit the author(s); credit the members themselves for making it all possible...Newcomers, as well as those who've been around MySpace for awhile, will find this snippet of societal arrogance and self-centeredness simply irresistible.< Less
The DisGrace- Revised By Richard David Kennedy
eBook (PDF): $6.99
This sequel takes a slightly different look at was once the world's largest social networking and fifth largest English-speaking portal, filled with literally hundreds of facetious annotations that... More > will leave you snickering, if not rollicking. Seen through Kennedy's penetrating (often merciless) eye, this is a book that will show you another reality– the virtual and the absurd, as offered by the actual members themselves. Is this an exposé? Not quite. This is where you will find a rather large “sample” of those Spacers, who are so eager to find “Mr. Right,” fame and fortune, or just their fifteen minutes in the world’s limelight, exposing themselves, quite unlike you may have expected. Don’t credit the author(s); credit the members themselves for making it all possible...Newcomers, as well as those who've been around MySpace for awhile, will find this snippet of societal arrogance and self-centeredness simply irresistible.< Less
The DisGrace of MySpace By Richard David Kennedy
eBook (PDF): $10.00
A slightly different look at the world's largest social networking portal, filled with literally hundreds of facetious annotations that will leave you snickering, if not downright splitting a gut.... More > Seen through Kennedy's penetrating (often unmerciful) eye, this is a book that will show you another reality– the virtual and the absurd, as offered by the actual members themselves. Newcomers as well as those who've been around MySpace for awhile will also be exposed to some interesting facts they probably didn't know. If you are a "Spacer" or thinking of becoming one, then this book is a must for you.< Less
The DisGrace- Revised By Richard David Kennedy
eBook (PDF): $10.00
Thisi is the sequel or "sickened" edition that present a slightly different look at the second largest SN in the world. It is chuck full of hundreds of facetious annotations that will leave... More > you snickering, if not rollicking. Seen through Kennedy's penetrating (often merciless) eye, this is a book that will show you another reality– the virtual and the absurd, as offered by the actual members themselves. Is this an exposé? Not quite. This is where you will find a rather large “sample” of those Spacers, who are so eager to find “Mr. Right,” fame and fortune, or just their fifteen minutes in the world’s limelight, exposing themselves, quite unlike you may have expected. Don’t credit the author(s); credit the members themselves for making it all possible...Newcomers, as well as those who've been around MySpace for awhile, will find this snippet of societal arrogance and self-centeredness simply irresistible.< Less
The DisGrace- Revised By Richard David Kennedy
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Thisi is the sequel or "sickened" edition that present a slightly different look at the second largest SN in the world. It is chuck full of hundreds of facetious annotations that will leave... More > you snickering, if not rollicking. Seen through Kennedy's penetrating (often merciless) eye, this is a book that will show you another reality– the virtual and the absurd, as offered by the actual members themselves. Is this an exposé? Not quite. This is where you will find a rather large “sample” of those Spacers, who are so eager to find “Mr. Right,” fame and fortune, or just their fifteen minutes in the world’s limelight, exposing themselves, quite unlike you may have expected. Don’t credit the author(s); credit the members themselves for making it all possible...Newcomers, as well as those who've been around MySpace for awhile, will find this snippet of societal arrogance and self-centeredness simply irresistible.< Less
The DisGrace- Revised By Richard David Kennedy
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This sequel takes a slightly different look at was once the world's largest social networking and fifth largest English-speaking portal, filled with literally hundreds of facetious annotations that... More > will leave you snickering, if not rollicking. Seen through Kennedy's penetrating (often merciless) eye, this is a book that will show you another reality– the virtual and the absurd, as offered by the actual members themselves. Is this an exposé? Not quite. This is where you will find a rather large “sample” of those Spacers, who are so eager to find “Mr. Right,” fame and fortune, or just their fifteen minutes in the world’s limelight, exposing themselves, quite unlike you may have expected. Don’t credit the author(s); credit the members themselves for making it all possible...Newcomers, as well as those who've been around MySpace for awhile, will find this snippet of societal arrogance and self-centeredness simply irresistible.< Less