Bag of Disease

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iUniverse, Nov 16, 2007 - Philosophy
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"Bag of Disease-Book II," completes the writings originally introduced in the collection "Bag of Disease" (published in early 2007). Some may view "Book II" as a diary or journal, however it is simply one man's unapologetic views of himself and society, and introduces the author's philosophical opinions on the political, societal, and intrinsically hypocritical nature of man.

In a world of over processed sound bytes and manipulated "originality"-where everything and anything has been altered to a state of supposed "perfection"-this book represents all that those things are not. It consists of writings that were never revisited or polished for public consumption by the author or by an editor.

Few of us are capable of objectively looking at ourselves, or others. But, if you have ever wanted to know what the guy sitting on the train next to you, the person standing in line behind you, or the man who looked strangely at you as you walked down the street was thinking . you now have that opportunity.

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