Mr. Irresponsible's Bad Advice: How to Rip the Lid Off Your Id and Live Happily Ever After

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Bonus Books, Inc., 2005 - Humor - 117 pages
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Mr. Irresponsible, the racy, humorous and yet totally irresponsible globally syndicated columnist himself, expands upon his most famous newspaper work with new, completely original yet always bad advice.
 

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I bought this book based on one ebullious review. It was a mistake. If I understand the humor (and I admit that I may not) it is a presentation of absurd solutions to commonplace irritations ... Read full review

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About the author (2005)

Bill Barol was born in Philadelphia and graduated from Harvard with a classy but useless BA in American History. He has been a Senior Writer at Newsweek, where he authored cover stories on David Letterman, Bruce Springsteen and The End of the Eighties; his freelance journalism has appeared in Time, The New Yorker, TV Guide. Fortune Small Business. American Heritage, Slate and on PBS. He's also been a writer/producer on television comedies including "Anything But Love." He lives in Santa Monica, CA, with his wife, television writer Jennifer Cecil.

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