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Cactus: A Look Beneath the Needles and Stems By Danny Schultz
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This book dives into the demented mind of Danny Schultz, exhibiting his prized "Cactus" comic series. Generally, people who enjoy "Cactus" either like a) Michael Bolton, b)... More > monkeys or c) life. In a recent survey, people displeasured with this book are found to be either a) sexually frustrated, b) uncontrollably ugly or c) flat out retarded.< Less
East of Bengazi By Daniel S. Irwin
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A collection of humorus short stories from the insane mind of Daniel S. Irwin: artist/writer/illiterate finger painter. Stories range from a mild chuckle to belly laughs.
The Collected Satan By Underworld Amusements
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This short-lived men's magazine from the 1950's pulled no punches in its presentation or subject matter. Featuring centerfolds Bettie (Betty) Page, Judy O'Day, Rita Dulase, Nona Van Tosh, Laura... More > Raymond, Kim Athas. Tons of articles, cartoons and fashion spreads, all with a diabolical twist. This book contains the full 6 issue run of Satan magazine, save a few hundred dollars skipping the auction sites and rare book dealers and buy the set all at once.< Less
A Pocket Full Of Fun By Steve Delmonte
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A collection of cartoons from an award winning cartoonist. Steve Delmonte's work has appeared in national magazines like Reader's Digest, Saturday Evening Post, McCalls, Penthouse, Barron's, Field... More > & Stream, National Enquirer, Scholastic, Woman's World and First For Woman. Some of his work has also appeared in England, Italy, Korea, Scotland and Spain. He Has also done humorous Illustration for books, advertising, greeting cards and caricatures for parties.< Less
Baked Spuds By Lonnie Easterling
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Here's your third, steaming helping of the funniest single-panel cartoons on the internet, Spud Comics. Collecting the best from 2011 and 2012.
That Reminds Me: Finding the Funny in a Serious World By Michael Close
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Michael Close is an inveterate joke teller whose stories have brought gales of laughter from audiences around the world. For more than twenty years, Michael’s friends and colleagues have... More > eagerly awaited a collection of jokes from his enormous repertoire. That Reminds Me is that compilation – more than 250 of the best clean (and not so clean) jokes you’ve ever read. But this is much more than a joke book. Michael shares heartfelt reminiscences of the funny people who have enriched his life, stories of crazy personal experiences, and thoughts on the importance of “finding the funny” in your own life. This is the perfect book for anyone who needs a good laugh. Foreword by Penn Jillette [The jokes in this collection range from squeaky clean to R-rated. Words that you can’t use on network television appear occasionally. If such language offends you, please don’t purchase this book.]< Less
Plays With Cars By Doug DeMuro
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Automotive writer Doug DeMuro is sharing his stories. In “Plays With Cars,” the former Porsche manager covers some of his most ridiculous decisions, like buying an old Land Rover sight... More > unseen, taking a Mercedes AMG station wagon to a rural Georgia dragstrip, and roadtripping across the United States in a Lotus Elise without air conditioning. He’s also reviewed his former cars, which range from a Mercedes G-wagen to a Nissan Cube. Most importantly, he wrote this entire description himself in the third person.< Less
Chipper's Friends: The Heartwarming Story of an Imperfect Dog By Michelle Jansick
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Come, Sit, and Say Hello to a therapy dog dropout named Chipper, and the people who love her. This funny, touching story—narrated by Chipper herself—teaches that you don’t have to... More > be perfect to make a difference. It is sure to leave a paw print on your heart!< Less
The Handbook of Human Ownership: A Manual for New Tax Farmers By Stefan Molyneux
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Hey - seriously - congratulations on your new political post! If you are reading this, it means that you have ascended to the highest levels of government, so it's really, really important that you... More > don't do or say anything stupid, and screw things up for the rest of us. The first thing to remember is that you are a figurehead, about as relevant to the direction of the state as a hood ornament is to the direction of a car -- but you are a very important distraction, the "smiling face" of the fist of power. So hold your nose, kiss the babies, and just think how good you would look on a stamp. Now, before we go into your media responsibilities, you must understand the true history of political power, so you don't accidentally act on the naive idealism you are required to project to the general public. The reality of political power is very simple: bad farmers own crops and livestock -- good farmers own human beings...< Less
Hi' Steppin': The Isometrics of Isolation And Power of Depression By Albert Lucas
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Paul is funny in the throes of addiction. Due to the kindness of his doctors he is allowed to read his journal to those who are willing and those unwilling. But a book is not enough. He must... More > recreate himself. Laugh with him as he defines what millions have already come to terms with, their recovery. Why is Paul so special? Paul is human, unique and qualified. After all. God likes humans. He doesn't want Mr. Undres to go just yet. There's still a cigarette to burn, a cup of coffee to do lip service to. Let's all die together used to be Paul's slant. For now, it's bring home the troops and get a job while we're at it. Leave the dying and join the living. It's just not that funny anymore.< Less
Lo' Steppin' By Al Lucas
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This is an inflammatory tale of an alcoholic who seeks comfort in his own words and ends up losing all his money in a heart breaking, no holds bared fate. It is a richly deserving tale. Book Blurb... More > on back of Lo’ Steppin’ Paul Undres, famed story teller in Hi’ Steppin,’ seeks to clarify himself in this sequel. He brazenly attempts to redefine American cultural hang-ups with a stream of consciousness that rivals James Joyce as he prescribes the antithesis of anti-laissez faire, which results in his imprisonment, a sort of final sentence for the author. Basically, a harmless kook get a raw deal for an underage peccadillo that could happen to the nicest guy in the world. If you like freeloaders, pederasts, and pedophiles, you’ll love Paul. After all, that’s all he really wanted anyway.< Less
The Final Step: The Smoking Gun and the Coughing Nails, a Real Read Herring: the Isometrics of Tobacco and Power of Nonsense By Al Lucas
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Paul Undres, anti- hero and protagonist, once again exposes the world’s ills. In Hi’ Steppin’ he is a crackhead who undoes the Veteran’s Administration. In Lo’... More > Steppin’ he is a sex addict who loses his welfare check to an alluring underage girl. Finally, herein, The Final Step, he simply smokes himself to death after a few unusual operations. Take a deep breath while he is talked about by the gods above and below and while in the heat of a fierce battle with the thought monster here on earth for supremacy. It’s a fight to the finish. Everybody loses.< Less
Obstacle Illusion By T Pot
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“T Pot was born in a heavy fog at twilight on a gray ship crossing the international dateline traveling the direction of yesterday at the end of February on one of the leap years in the middle... More > of the last century or so. He was born breech in no country to parents who may have adored him had they survived his birth instead of one day later falling happily tipsy backwards overboard.” “A mind which flits aimlessly from one stray thing to another, while it’s body is doing whatever, easily spots random interfucking thoughtons instapopping into novel wordimages. Before “mind projectors” all people relied on pencil drawing to record the crazy thoughts gamboling through their heads. Pencil means pensive and inexpensive or tail tip dipped in blood which eventually became pointed wood stick with a graphite-clay core. Technically, T Pot is one of billions of primitive people still employing pencils for prolonging the lives of their thoughts.”< Less
Steppin' Out By Albert D. Lucas Jr.
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A story about a man who is confused and frustrated as a result. He plots then plops, taking a half a year nap after an overdose, whereby he conceives of mythical children who do him one better: they... More > become successful. Upon reawakening, he realizes he is successful too. Now, the question posed is will he be killed for it? The author, incidentally, hails from the same site the novella takes place, Tampa. Fabled institutions like Medicare, Medicaid, VA, SS, food stamps and monthly checks in general are wishful byproducts of an economy based on hope and little else. How his character navigates the labyrinth and comes out smelling like a rose is an opinion the author leaves to the reader.< Less
Dusty and Albert's Beaver Tales By G Daniell
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This tale of Dusty and Albert follow the two beavers in their efforts to overcome the economic recession, and find acceptance in the world. Through it all, persistence and friendship guide them in... More > the adventure called life.< Less
Francois and Salvatore - Skits By Henry Intili, Basil Lucas
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Francois and Salvatore, along with an assist from their wives Antionette and Catalina, take you through a series of comic skits.
Chipper Unleashed! My Life As a Therapy Dog Dropout By Michelle Jansick
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In this hilarious sequel, Chipper is on a mission to change the world and prove that our failed dreams don’t make us failures. This wonderfully imperfect mutt will inspire you to just be... More > yourself and use your talents to make the world a brighter place.< Less
BadScienceJokes Jokes For ALKYNES Of Scientists By Melissa Miller
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All the best jokes from your favorite blog BadScienceJokes now in a book! Second version, much smaller than the original. Easily portable to carry around your favorite science jokes!
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I Believe Every Story I've Told By Stephen J. Crowe
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This book is a compilation of stories from my life on the road for over 35 years. I enjoyed every minute of those 35 years. These are my stories about the people I met and the places I went. This... More > book would not have been possible without a superb illustrator and my many friends from planet earth who breathe the same air that I do.< Less
O.M.G. Seriously? By Alan Gerowe
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This book is unique. I know….everyone says that. But hear me out. Have you ever stopped to wonder why someone said something that struck you as...ummmm....stupid? Well I have. Have you... More > ever wondered why a seedless watermelon has seeds? Well I have. This book is a collection of thoughts about why the world is the way that it is. Just not from a serious perspective. How can you tell if a fire extinguisher will work without actually using it? Is there an arachnid hotline for spider emergencies? What does my lovely wife have in common with a Category 4 hurricane? From wedding vows to tornadoes, from airplane ice cubes to poisonous toothpaste, it is all right here. Come ponder what I ponder!< Less
Kids are Not Always Angels By Brenda Kennedy
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While on a Caribbean Cruise and after numerous bottles of Moscato wine and several trips to the all-you-can-eat dessert bar, four sisters decided to write a book about their love affair with food and... More > their experiences with diet disasters. They also invited a brother to contribute some writing, and they called the book Cupcakes Are Not a Diet Food. Since that book was so much fun and a great success, they decided to write another book in the Another Round of Laughter series, calling it Kids are Not Always Angels. Since the books are a family affair, they asked their other brothers to join in on the writing adventure. However, they both declined. It should also be noted that their very talented cousin, Becki Angle-Martin, designs the book covers. They hope you enjoy the tattered tales of the devil angels who grace their lives, and remember that kids are not defined by age, but by their actions. These stories are written about kids of all ages.< Less
I Just Wisht They Woulda Listened By Edward Funtz
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Edward Funtz, determined optimist and truly helpful soul, turns his attention to our great political divide, as it is played out in presidential politics. Where Edward sees division, he also sees... More > possibility of reconciliation, if political and media leaders would only listen to what he believes is just common sense. The more closely Edward watches the political landscape of both the 2012 and 2016 elections unfold, and the more divisive, dysfunctional, and extraordinary they become, the more heightened becomes Edward’s need to impact it. In this humorous epistolary tale, told through Edward’s emails to leaders in our political and media spheres, one can find both a historical tracking of events of the last two presidential campaigns, as well as the impact these events had in his personal life. Edward’s story - of Melinda Mae, Norman, and the shadowy Arnold - is also our story as well, part of which prompted President Barack Obama to describe Edward as a “fantastic story teller”.< Less
9 to 5 Goth By Bill Holbrook
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Dethany only wishes that her workday just lasted from 9 to 5, but like many people today it spills over into the rest of her life.  During 2013 it dominated every facet of her existence. both in... More > and out of cyberspace.     In addition to her regular duties as Wendy’s personal assistant, Dethany finds herself leading Fastrack’s social media task force. Being in charge for the first time, she finds out why many individuals prefer dealing with others over social media rather than F2F.     As her film noir avatar, Dethany unearths unexpected evidence that Fi is indeed...human.         Also, the Computer Bug and Autocorrect embark on their unusual relationship. Lenore the raven continues her mischievous ways, and Dethany meets Guy’s parents and siblings in a high-stress setting: a family picnic. Dethany, of course, has issues with her own parents. Synchronize your smartwatches!< Less