Does Cockshutt Beat Sandy Balls?: And Other Important Questions in the Search for the Best of Everything

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Random House, 2007 - Contests - 208 pages
The magic science of bracketology is a foolproof system for determining the best of everything. Whether you're arguing about the best soap opera or the best comedy catchphrase, bracketology shows you how to line up your candidates and then take them through a series of eliminating rounds until you have one clear winner.

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About the author (2007)

Simon Trewin is a literary agent and writer who lives in London. In the course of researching this book, he's discovered that his name is an anagram of 'moist winner', recalled traumatic childhood memories of being thrown out of a Physics class for doing impressions of Dick Emery and tried out 32 kinds of hangover cures in the name of science.

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