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Smart Ass Cripple's Little Yellow Book By Mike Ervin
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The Clown Prince of Crippledom strikes again! More humorous (and short) essays about being crippled and other stuff.
Smart Ass Cripple's Little Red Book By Mike Ervin
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Everybody loves a cripple but everybody hates a smart ass. Hilarious (and short) essays about being crippled and other stuff.
Injustice Man in Uniform By Kathleen Dyer
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Examining hurt; that can silence and cripple, or make you shout out; breaking patterns. But what do you do when the perpetrator is a man in uniform/authority?
Injustice Man in Uniform By Kathleen Dyer
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Examining hurt; that can silence and cripple, or make you shout out; breaking patterns. But what do you do when the perpetrator is a man in uniform/authority?
If Satan Goes Bald By Paul Barrett
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A collection of over five hundred ninety-nine brief but incredibly astute observations I wrote as a hedge against the crippling absurdities life loves to sling up for us like so much slop on a tin... More > plate. Includes such classics as “Surfers hate microwaves.” and “Careless tailors rip what they sew.”< Less
Like A Fish By Daniel Crocker
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In Daniel Crocker's newest collection of poetry, he tackles everything from He-Man to the McRib to crippling alcoholism in a landscape of America that few get to see-- one of poverty, humor, and,... More > ultimately, great hope.< Less
Beasts of a Lonely Mind By Gary Lynn Wallraven
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Bill Walker was a loner. He grew up on the streets from the age of seventeen. A quarter of a century later, we find Bill is a free-lance writer with a flair and attitude for feature writing. He is... More > egotistical and arrogant and does not know the damage he does to others with his attitude. He is trying to write an article on canoe safety for city punks incarcerated and about to be released, but goes to sleep in the canoe as it drifts down the river into a cluster of incredible circumstances that endanger and cripple the man who thought he was super-human. Bill Walker finds that he sometimes does need friends and doctors even though he is a practicing herbologist. He finds that doctors are smarter than he is and the agony of therapy and psychoanalysis might help him and might not. Sometimes it is the things we curse most that are the answers to our plights in life!< Less
The Wit and Wisdom of Bobby ‘Chicken Legs’ Muldoon By Kate Donne
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‘Robert James Muldoon. That’s me, fifteen years auld, four feet three wi bright red hair an legs like a chicken…’ It’s 1968. Bobby, as he is better known, lives in a... More > Gorbals’ tower block in Glasgow. He desperately wants to be ‘grown up’ but his journey to maturity is fraught with obstacles. He is crippled by a lack of self-confidence, tormented at school, controlled by his OCD mother and ignored by the lassies. Gradually Bobby realises he has the ability to make something of himself if he can only overcome his lack of self-esteem. So he begins his journey to adulthood and, with the help and support of his father and the slightly mysterious Archie, the only true friend he has, he meets each crisis head on with a sharp, witty sense of humour and a huge amount of determination.< Less
This Simian World By Charles Mackay
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Clarence Shepard Day, Jr. (November 18, 1874 – December 28,... More > 1935) was an American author and cartoonist, best known for his 1935 work Life With Father.Born in New York City, he attended St. Paul's School and graduated from Yale University in 1896, where he edited campus humor magazine The Yale Record.The following year, he joined the New York Stock Exchange, and became a partner in his father's Wall Street brokerage firm. Day enlisted in the Navy in 1898, but developed crippling arthritis and spent the remainder of his life as a semi-invalid.Day's most famous work is the autobiographical Life with Father (1935), which detailed humorous episodes in his family's life, centering on his domineering father, during the 1890s in New York City. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clarence_Day< Less
A Day in the Life... By Fray
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Rob a bank? Date a vampire? Sell organs on the black market? Have a mystical encounter with sewer leprechauns? We've all wanted to do these things at one time or another, and finally we can, thanks... More > to The DestinyQuest Adventure Series, #1: A Day in the Life... If you're like most people, your life is a grotesque, meaningless charade. Sure, you'd like to spice things up, but your all-consuming fear of consequences coupled with your crippling lethargy won't let you. Now, in the safety of your own home, you can indulge in all that behavior that "society" would have you believe is "sociopathic", and finally taste the sweet nectar that life offers those who do whatever the hell they please. And unlike your own life, with this book, YOU'RE in control! Live out your days in an alien zoo, become a beat poet, or just run around naked downtown... it's all up to you! So if you're ready for the adventure of a lifetime, turn to page 1!< Less