Fundamentally Crazy is a book of parodies, compiling several insane letters from the raving mind of lunatic madman Ted Cheldin. Expect a letter from Ted for any reason. You ripped him off! Your employees are morons! Your company sucks! Your pizza is great! Who would write such letters? Who would answer such letters? What people are saying:
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By Sheena Boekweg
Jan 24, 2012
Dear Mr. Cheldin, Regarding your novel, I have made a few discoveries. Please permit me to elaborate, thusly. 1, Nothing ventured nothing gained. 2, If you complain or complement enough times, you will receive free coupons. 3, It may be possible that you are a hoarder. This is a serious illness, and should be considered a danger to you or others. 4, Funniest book ever. And finally, to summarize, 5, I also like Ben and Jerry's ice cream, and would like a few free coupons. If you could send a letter in my behalf, and then send the coupons to my P.O. box, I would appreciate it. Sincerely, GoBuy ThisBook
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