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Stu! Your Hair's on Fire! By Paul L. Allen, Peter M. Pegnam
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What you won't find in this book: Obama's birth certificate, secrets of the crop circles, how to grow hair without Rogaine, the word "cleavage," plans to replace fossil fuel with... More > gerbil-powered exercise wheels, nor the whereabouts of D.B. Cooper. What you will find, however, are the denizens and doings of the Tucson Citizen, Arizona's oldest, continuously published newspaper, as witnessed during the authors' combined 59 years employment there. Drinkers and bible-beaters, curmudgeons and do-gooders, scofflaws and weirdies -- many talented, all interesting, some unforgettable. A personal friend of Walt Diseny, a "pickaxe cop killer," a CIA-hounded woman who claimed she could move objects with her facial muscles. Animals? Sure -- a chicken-hearted tic-tac-toe hustler. A lizard with a custom-crafted L.L. Bean wardrobe. A talking dog. Plus, corporate bumbling that brought about the Citizen's demise. As a bonus, you'll receive an explanation of the title of this book! Heck, it just don't get much better'n that.< Less
Stu! Your Hair's on Fire! By Paul L. Allen, Peter M. Pegnam
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What you won't find in this book: Obama's birth certificate, secrets of the crop circles, how to grow hair without Rogaine, the word "cleavage," plans to replace fossil fuel with... More > gerbil-powered exercise wheels, nor the whereabouts of D.B. Cooper. What you will find, however, are the denizens and doings of the Tucson Citizen, Arizona's oldest, continuously published newspaper, as witnessed during the authors' combined 59 years employment there. Drinkers and bible-beaters, curmudgeons and do-gooders, scofflaws and weirdies -- many talented, all interesting, some unforgettable. A personal friend of Walt Diseny, a "pickaxe cop killer," a CIA-hounded woman who claimed she could move objects with her facial muscles. Animals? Sure -- a chicken-hearted tic-tac-toe hustler. A lizard with a custom-crafted L.L. Bean wardrobe. A talking dog. Plus, corporate bumbling that brought about the Citizen's demise. As a bonus, you'll receive an explanation of the title of this book! Heck, it just don't get much better'n that.< Less