One Bubble Off Plumb: Sutton, unedited
Sex, God, politics and other trivia, like science and business, get skewered in this selection of Gary Sutton’s published rants. But somehow this curmudgeon dotes on relatives. One column helped a judge decide to overturn a jury verdict. Another caused a CIA operative to show up on his doorstep. Death threats and nasty letters to editors followed several pieces. Whether in the NY Times or Math World, The Wall Street Journal or the La Jolla Light, Sutton’s thoughts always seem to provoke. Funny, Outrageous. Never even close to conventional.
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