The Idiot's Bible: With the Other Side: My Life in Tucson

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iUniverse, Sep 11, 2002 - Biography & Autobiography - 338 pages
Book One: The Idiots Bible
Follow the humorous train of thought, repressed childhood memories, and embarrassing stories of a shy, quiet, weird, comic book-loving kid as he tries to get a date in high school, never attaining his goal.

Book Two (The New Testament) The Other Side: My Life in Tucson
After studying two years at Northwestern University, a small, private school outside of Chicago, the same goofy kid, now obsessed with playing water polo, listening to classic rock music and watching hockey, goes on a three-month orgy at the state-school University of Arizona, in Tucson. His main objectives are to drink, smoke, trip and get laid. He never expects what would happen, as he retells his crazy, wild stories and learns about life, love and friendship.

Excerpt: I gave up a possible threesome in the desert to go to my fraternity formal with a girl who had a boyfriend at the beginning of the night. The night before, I blacked out and beat up a ping pong table over a girl. The day after, I got stood up, again by the same friend as before.

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About the author (2002)

Joshua Cole was born in Colorado. He currently attends Northwestern University. The Idiot’s Bible is his first book. With its publication, Cole, who graduated high school in 2000, no longer feels worthless that Rick Dipietro was chosen first overall in the 2000 NHL draft at the age of 18.

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