6001 Things You Won't Miss When You're Dead

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Dog Ear Publishing, LLC, 2010 - 220 pages
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Sure you'll miss plenty when you die: your loved ones, your favorite Italian dish, great sex! But what about the things you assuredly won't miss: incurable disease, telemarketers, butt acne! "6001 Things You Won't Miss When You're Dead" is a candid and funny catalog of life's miseries, irritants, and mystifying b.s. we can all do without. It's the perfect travel companion, bathroom book, or gift for a dying friend, and certain to make readers smile with the understanding that when they depart this world it will no doubt come with a silver lining. WHAT THE DEAD AND FAMOUS ARE SAYING ABOUT 6001 THINGS: "How poetic! Had this book been available years ago I would have checked out a lot sooner!" Sylvia Plath"Hell never felt so damn good Joseph Stalin "After reading this book I realize I was doing those kids a favor!"
Freddy Krueger "Even I was depressed!" Norman Vincent Peale, Author of "The Power of Positive Thinking" "Finally, a book that truly captures the essence of our miserable lives!" Rodney Dangerfield David Dell Johnson is a career civil servant and decorated U.S. Air Force officer whose life and travels around the globe have given him a profound perspective on things he definitely won't miss when he's dead. He resides in Alexandria, Virginia. Visit the web site at www.6001things.com

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