How to Back Up a Trailer: ...and 101 Other Things Every Real Guy Should Know (Google eBook)

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Adams Media, Mar 1, 2008 - Humor - 256 pages
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Motor oil, beer, and charcoal-that's what real men are made of. A real man should be able to swap out the car's spark plugs and change its oil as his freshly caught fish smokes on open flame-all while shotgunning a beer. For how-to instructions on these and other equally manly activities, you need How to Back Up a Trailer. It's the ultimate guide to everything you better know how to do, like:
  • Rotate your car's tires and change its brake pads
  • Swing a bat like a homerun hitter
  • Build and light a campfire during a rainstorm
  • Install an electrical outlet in your home
  • Tap a keg for the perfect beer flow
Read it. Learn it. Live it. With How to Back Up a Trailer, you'll never have to stop and ask for directions again.
  

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User Review  - Zack Ward - Goodreads

Anderson compiled a masculine list of tasks, yes, but he failed in explaining them. His tone is approachable and friendly, but his descriptions cut too many corners. Nevertheless, the true merit in ... Read full review

Contents

Acknowledgmentsxiii
Sporting43
Throwing Breaking Balls50
Outdoors87
Running Rapids124
Riding a Horse131
Household and Garage137
Social159
Cooking183
Index197
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Copyright

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About the author (2008)

Kurt Anderson is a jack-of-all-trades--and master of none. A regular contributor for Family Handyman and Outdoor Life, Kurt knows how to get into (and usually out of) trouble, both in and out of the home. When he's not throwing hay bales or hammering nails, you can find him roaming northern Minnesota, riding (and repairing) his motorcycle, fishing, hunting, canoeing, and fixing things he's managed to foul up. He lives in Brookston, MN.

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