The Sheaffe County Chronicles are 17 very short stories about people who live in the mythical county, somewhere north of the cirty of South of Steele's, named after Major General Sir Roger Sheaffe,... More > the British officer who was in command during the most humiliating setback in the War of 1812.< Less
Did you live in the greatest city of sin on the entire planet during your 20s? I sure as hell did, and I barely survived. I'm BD and I'm "that guy". Don't tell me to take it easy, I'm... More > fiiiiiiine.
This book is about "that guy" spending a decade in Vegas mocking karma and fate. You can love me, hate me, praise me or despise me, but you're going to enjoy living vicariously through me.
AUTHORS NOTE: Don't buy this on Amazon if you can avoid it, their printer sucks. Go directly to lulu.com for a higher quality copy.< Less
Hi Hi —
Ham on Wry —
Bouncing off the E-layer and spiraling out of the pen of veteran amateur radio operator Dick Sylvan, W9CBT, Hi Hi provides solid 5 and 9 laughter. Drawing on six... More > decades of on-air adventures, Dick offers an insider’s view of the bliss and twists of ham radio. —
Hi Hi makes a great gift for any ham—to give or get. Each of the book’s three sections: Ham Lingo, Ham Quips and Morse Quips & Tips, looks ham radio square in the eye and finds it–hilarious–and so will you. So, drop that key, put down that microphone, stow that keyboard and pick up your copy of Hi Hi. —
Dick, an industrial designer, is staff cartoonist for the K9YA Telegraph, the monthly, general interest, amateur radio e-Zine praised by hams in more than 90 countries.< Less
You Want Me To Do What? is a humorous journey through the three most demanding training programs in the US Miliary - Navy SEAL training, Army Special Forces training and Army Ranger training...by one... More > of the few men who have attended all three of these arduous programs and survived to tell about them.< Less
The first 50 strips of the famous Jesus and Mo, available for the first time in dead-tree format. Beautifully printed, divinely bound, this book is a must-have for any collector of prophet-themed... More > cartoons.< Less
From “You can’t spit-shine a turd” to “The harder I work, the luckier I get” to “Let’s put an egg in our shoe and beat it”, Frankisms are earthy... More > witticisms that our dad, Frank Parisi, has made his own through dogged repetition and sheer force of will. Mixing equal parts business savvy, human insight, and potty-mouth, Frankisms have inspired generations, while cowing those who lack perseverance and a sense of irony. This translated volume of Frankisms enables the understanding and usage of our dad’s sayings.< Less
A year in the life of a "funny as hell" airline pilot. Satirical guns blazing,pilots passengers and crew are all targets of opportunity. Unabridged awesomeness and half-assed editing... More > included free of charge.< Less
Murphy's Law is one of the most well-recognized statements of philosophy known to man. Tipped off by his next door neighbor that Murphy may have worked at Edwards Air Force Base, and that the Law... More > may have come into being after a rocket sled experiment went awry, author Nick T. Spark begins a Quixotic quest to learn the truth. His attempts to pin down the mysterious origins of The Law and to answer the eternal question, "Who was Murphy and what is the true meaning of Murphy's Law?" are both amusing and relevatory. Read it, and find out why everything you ever thought you knew about Murphy's Law -- is wrong.< Less
Tag along with Tracy and Betty as they enjoy a guided tour of England, Wales & Scotland. Be prepared to laugh out loud at the sometimes ironic, often quirky and always fascinating people, places... More > and situations they encounter. Recorded with warmth and candour Tracy captures the true essence of relationships that can transcend generations.< Less
A few times in my lifetime I have hired a professional to build or repair items that I found to be a bit more difficult than I could handle. Many times those hired out jobs turned out well... More > and
sometimes not.< Less
Issue 8 of New Escapologist. Staying In. Issue Eight looks at the ideas of retreat, withdrawl, and homey matters. What does home mean to a traveller? What does home mean to those who reject the... More > bourgeois? Featuring an interview with Luke Rhinehart of The Dice Man.< Less
New edition. More everything. All new, never before published material from the author of The Internet is a Playground. New emails, new articles, new exclusive content. I'll Go Home Then; It's Warm... More > and Has Chairs is the second book by New York Times Bestselling author David Thorne.< Less
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
This is a collection of 25 years worth of stories from an annual golf trip that we have taken. The trip started out with just a couple of foursomes and now has turned into 28 to 32 guys every year. ... More > The stories aren't really about the "golf". They're more about what happens after the golf is done for the day. They include stories of who got kicked out of where, who pulled an all nighter, and just basic stories of guys doing a whole lot more than golfing on their annual golf trip.< Less
A tale of three morons – I mean, wise men – and their ridiculous task of uncovering the truth behind rumors of an impending apocalypse, and in the process bringing well-deserved satire to... More > all apocalyptic hysterias, worn-out science fiction and fantasy themes, and other silly ideas that probably started out in a pub by a bunch of snickering drunks.< Less
Baby boomer humorist Fred Lavner takes you back to the corner of his Philadelphia neighborhood and beyond for a hilarious account of his schools, friends, exploits and other examples of teenage... More > angst. It's a blast from the past!< Less
Yes, life is one practical joke after another. And, when you're retirement age and living with your Mom, it can sometimes get hysterical - you and life. Join Patt, her husband Bill and Mom as they... More > celebrate the craziness of living together as a household of seniors - each with their own idea of what retirement should be about. This is the fifth book in Patt's "Life..." series.< Less
We live in a world of radical hypocrisy...Priests, Terrorists and Christian Evangelists use iPhones...access satellite Networks...drive automobiles and seem to exist in some kind of imaginary bubble... More > untouched by reality. How is this possible? How can such a large number of people both demand modern technology while still refusing to listen to the very people who brought it to them? In an age of motor cars, electric light bulbs and rockets to the moon, more than half the world still insists on keeping their faith in God, even while the most rational minds are calling this behavior dangerous, archaic and possibly insane. Perhaps this is something we should talk about. But is anyone listening? Perhaps I should say it louder...
Book features a variety of essays, both humorous and serious on the issues of Atheism, Marketing, Hypocrisy, Seduction, Religion, Psychology of Belief, "New Atheism", Failures of Buddhism, The Templeton Prize, Beyond Sartre's "Reef of Solipsism", and other mildly poetic thoughts.< Less
Wade Bradford's latest play is a comic homage to the suspense thrillers and adventure films of the 1930s and 40s.
Beautiful, alluring, and none-too-bright Veronica Melville steps into an... More > archeological site and stumbles into murderous schemes, tangled love affairs, and an ancient curse that will change her fate forever.< Less
New Escapologist is the magazine for white-collar functionaries with escape on the brain.
We arrogantly ask if there’s more to life than refilling toner cartridges and waiting for... More > payday.
Each issue is a compendium of funny and practical essays on how to escape the 9-5 and look good doing it.
This bumper tenth issue is dedicated to ABSURDITY. Featuring interviews with novelist Ewan Morrison and comedian Richard Herring; Raptitude’s David Cain on his new-found, post-job liberty; Robert Wringham on the walking through the wrong door; a short story of sick-day freedom by Allan Wilson; and Samara Leibner on why she hates drawers. 104 pages.< Less