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John Stewart

I don't think this is entirely true. You can't modify

Jason Savoy

*typo in my post, just caught it*

Strikingly rich and stunningly decadent, the inner machinations of Scott Adams' mind are at the best of times the greatest thing ever imagined and at the worst of times held only to the flame of such literary geniuses as Dickens, Twain, and perhaps even the writers of the Bible themselves!

Ron Deems

"STICK TO DRAWING COMICS, MONKEY-BRAIN!" changed my life forever! I was reading the book while driving to work (my wife banned it from the bathroom) when I rammed a Dodge truck that was stopped at a light. When I awoke from the 3 month coma all prior memories were gone. I had to start life over. During my accident the book was permanently lodged in my left hand, which made re-reading quite enjoyable. During my recovery it was I needed to learn about our world and how to get along with these strange people. Although I still have no friends, I think I am quite popular. Sincerely, Monkey-boy.

Jackie Creasy

"This book was so funny that it moved from the bathroom reading to prime time enjoyment."

Scott Anderson

The book made me change religions, discover green tea, take yoga lessons and learn what "DSL" meant. And that was just from reading this blurb! The rest of the book is probably okay too.

Steve H

Not as pointless as reading the blog.

AJ

What's next? A blog about books? Just when I thought I had seen it all...

Awantika

Funny book, not so funny title - spokesperson for Jane Goodall

Bob Moriarty

Hits you like a deck of cards in a wild game of 52-pickup.

Bob Moriarty

Hits you like a deck of cards in a wild game of 52-pickup.

Craig K

Adams has brought the art of blogging ... to a new ... level, ... previously unseen on the web. His ... unique twist on the absurdities of everyday life ... cause a deep visceral reaction in readers... Unlike most books of collected prose, I ... find myself captivated ... enthralled, and ... relieved. And that's a quote.

The Beast in Black

This book is, without a doubt, the literary equivalent of a planet's Lagrange Point. It's ennuy'e prose does not leave little to be desired. The style is truly pavlovian, and the irreverence of the author shines forth like a garnet in bovine motion. If you must read only one book this winter, waste no time in picking up "STICK TO DRAWING COMICS, MONKEY-BRAIN!"

Mike Wickham

Enough pages to line a bird cage for a year!

Joe

Wow. This book is like reading about a Stalinist war camp. Except, of course, the war camp has a better stance on human rights (and the food is MUCH better). I HATE your book. At this very moment I am driving to California with a bottler of lighter fluid and some bushes. TIP: See if Kevlar are doing domestic-use fireproof pants.

zzoott

This tome's Scott Adams' onion - each layer reveals another, but every one of them make you cry.

Mark Denson

With all things said and done, well, everything's been said and everything's been done, so anything said here has already been said and saying it has already been done.

Sheldon Wiebe

I can say, without a word of a lie, that this blurb won me a prize. Oh, and the book's pretty good, too!

Jason Savoy

Strikingly rich and stunningly decadent, the inner machinations of Scott Adams' mind are at the best of times the greatest thing ever imagines and at the worst of times held only to the flame of such literary geniuses as Dickens, Twain, and perhaps even the writers of the Bible themselves!

Sam

Typo in the fine text: "Selected Contestants’ full names and Submissions will be posted on the Blog and affiliate web sites, on or around 11/15/08 and all or part of his/her Submission may potentially be posted or published for use, viewing and/or implementation by third parties throughout the world."

Sam

I laughed so hard I'm no longer welcome in Elbonia.

KA Turner

This is a work of genius. After reading it, I walked through a forest and befriended a badger. We've been living together in his Soho apartment in harmony ever since. Can world peace be far behind? I think not. Read this book.

Cameron Watters

Google Reader users can read the full archive back to October 2005 without buying the book. (Google caches the feed content pretty much forever)

Stuart Connell

Scott Adams delivers a new collection of wit and humour that would rival that of a mute Canadian chipmunk. Provocative, unpredictable, and fertile, this book gives enough reason for global domination from intergalactic races of Air Conditioners undergoing a permanent affliction of PMS.
I would not give this book to any of my in-laws. They’re not worth it.

Nicolas Feia

"As fun as sleeping with an ex, and only half the sadness!"

"I read this book too late. My ideas aren't funny."

Dave Kindy

There were a lot of words. What happened to the drawings?

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