Brainwashing for Beginners: Read This Book. Read This Book. Read This Book.

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Adams Media, Nov 15, 2011 - Humor - 224 pages
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Meghan Rowland (Washington, DC) and Chris Turner-Neal (New Orleans, LA), formerly Magda Olynoff and Heinrich von Pfalz-von Kessen, are the authors of The Misanthrope's Guide to Life and writers of the award-winning comedy blog 2birds1blog.com. When not writing, they enjoy democracy, baseball, mom's apple pie, and reporting the names of their former comrades to the proper authorities. They've never been so happy.

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