invasion of the bastard cannibals and other true stories from a southerner beyond the mason dixon

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Invasion Of The Bastard Cannibals

Author : Nathan Weathington
ISBN : 1987857690
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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What would cause a man to leave his sheltered and conservative home in the rural South to move to the hippie-infested left coast of Canada? A woman, obviously. In his second comic memoir, Nathan realizes that although he could make a homemade grenade as a ten-year-old, he is ill-equipped to handle a personal hygiene debate with cannibals, nude strippers on horseback, giant-scrotumed men in loincloths, or Ewoks who aggressively try to stick coffee up his rectum for no apparent reason. Follow Nathan's offbeat and absurd musings as he struggles to make sense of the world outside of Bremen, Georgia.

God And Mr Gomez

Author : Jack Smith
ISBN : 0884964191
Genre : Humor
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Where The Hell Were Your Parents

Author : Nathan Weathington
ISBN : 1927559405
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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"A coming-of-age true story about what happens when you let your kids run feral--half Goodfellas, half Stand By Me, and three-quarters Dukes of Hazzard"--Cover, page [4].

When You Look Like Your Passport Photo It S Time To Go Home

Author : Erma Bombeck
ISBN : 9780061099816
Genre : Humor
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America's favorite housewife takes a witty look at family vacations, describing her escapades in Istanbul, the Galapagos Islands, and other locales

Dante S Cure

Author : Daniel Dorman
ISBN : 1590511018
Genre : Psychology
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" . . . here your will is upright, free, and whole, and you would be in error not to heed whatever your own impulse prompts you to: lord of yourself I crown and mitre you." Dante,The PurgatorioCatherine, nineteen years old and suffering from severe schizophrenia, sat in a mental hospital—mute, catatonic, and hearing voices. Her psychiatrist, Dr. Daniel Dorman, was convinced that his patient's psychotic behavior was rooted not merely in chemical imbalances but rather in the dramatic circumstances of her family history. He was therefore determined to avoid the mind-numbing medications that had been so detrimental to Catherine's well being. Dorman fought adamant opposition and criticism from his peers and superiors for a chance to guide Catherine out of madness. As much the story of a young doctor finding his own path in a controversial new world of antipsychotic drugs, where patients' advocates have nowhere to turn,Dante's Cureis the true account of a therapeutic process that took place six days a week, for seven years. Thanks to Dorman's devotion, persistence, and self-understanding of his role as a therapist aware of his own limitations, Catherine was able to set out on a life of her own. She is now a psychiatric nurse in southern California living free of medication; she speaks out on behalf of patient rights and humanity in the medical profession. Dorman re-creates Catherine's early life and the onset of her illness in striking detail, covering her treatment prior to his meeting her as a resident at UCLA Hospital, through her recovery and work as a nurse and activist. Dante's Cureoffers a story of courage and hope. It reveals how madness is inherent to the human condition and therefore ought to be treated as such. To restore patients' trust in their power to recover, rather than robbing them of their agency in the name of medical knowledge, is the true moral of this remarkable journey out of madness.

It Only Hurts When I Laugh

Author : Stan Freberg
ISBN : 0812912977
Genre : Comedians
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Traces the long and distinguished career of Stan Freberg, from his beginnings on radio doing animal impressions to his Clio award-winning advertising efforts that have turned Madison Avenue on its head

Confessions Of A Late Night Talk Show Host

Author : Garry Shandling
ISBN : UOM:39015046886712
Genre : Humor
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The popular comedian and star of "The Larry Sanders Show" presents the tell-all memoirs of his fictional alter ego Larry Sanders, a slightly neurotic Hollywood talk show host

Bitter Blood

Author : Jerry Bledsoe
ISBN : 9781626812864
Genre : True Crime
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The terrifying #1 New York Times bestseller about the unbreakable ties of blood The first bodies found were those of a feisty millionaire widow and her daughter in their posh Louisville, Kentucky, home. Months later, another wealthy widow and her prominent son and daughter-in-law were found savagely slain in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Mystified police first suspected a professional in the bizarre gangland-style killings that shattered the quiet tranquility of two well-to-do southern communities. But soon a suspicion grew that turned their focus to family. The Sharps. The Newsoms. The Lynches. The only link between the three families was a beautiful and aristocratic young mother named Susie Sharp Newsom Lynch. Could this former child “princess” and fraternity sweetheart have committed such barbarous crimes? And what about her gun-loving first cousin and lover, Fritz Klenner, son of a nationally renowned doctor? In this powerful and riveting tale of three families connected by marriage and murder … of obsessive love and bitter custody battles, Jerry Bledsoe recounts the shocking events that ultimately took nine lives, building to a truly horrifying climax that will leave you stunned. “Recreates one of the most shocking crimes of recent years!”—Publishers Weekly “Riveting…chilling…engrossing!”—Kirkus Reviews “Absorbing suspense…Bledsoe leaves no pebble unturned in his reporting.”—Chicago Tribune “An astonishing, shocking and riveting account, brilliantly chronicled.”—Detroit News-Free Press “An engrossing southern gothic sure to delight fans of the true-crime genre. Bledsoe maintains the suspense with a sure hand.”—Charlotte Observer

The Man Who Stayed Behind

Author : Sidney Rittenberg
ISBN : 9780822326670
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The Man Who Stayed Behind is the remarkable story of Sidney Rittenberg, an American student activist and labour organiser who joined the military, became fluent in Chinese, was sent to China by the U.S. military in the 1940s, became caught up in the turbulence that engulfed that country, and remained there until the late 1970s. Here he tells how he argued dogma with Mao Zedong, mused philosophy with Zhou Enlai, and danced with Mao's wife, Jiang Qing. But he also gives a harrowing account of his struggle over madness and despair in prison during six years in solitary confinement on trumped-up spy charges. A decade later he was sent back to be confined alongside other political prisoners who fell afoul of the dominant faction during the Cultural Revolution. There is also the touching love story of Rittenberg's Chinese wife, Yulin, who pledged to wait for ten years for the man she loved. Both a memoir and a documentary history of the Chinese revolution from 1949 through the Cultural Revolution, The Man Who Stayed Behind provides a human perspective on China's efforts to build a new society. Critical of both his own mistakes and those of the Communist leadership, Rittenberg offers both a compelling personal story and a poignant and thought-provoking exploration of some of the most profound political and moral issues of the twentieth century.

Spitting In The Wind

Author : Earl Anthony
ISBN : 0915677458
Genre : Social Science
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In this shocking self-appraisal, Earl Anthony speaks out about his involvement with the Black Panthers; how he, the product of a middle class Los Angeles upbringing, graduate of USC, was recruited to lead the newly formed Black Panther Party; hoe he was later recruited by the FBI to be an informant; and how this life destroyed him and nearly everything he had.

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