The Measure of a Man Is the Size of His Toolbox
From the author's preface: As a part of my job as editor of the weekly Canmore Leader, I am required each week to write precisely 3,024 characters on my trusy Mac to fill an op-ed space that was probably, in its consept, intended to be home to a thoughtful, reasoned discource on development, tourism, the environment, religion, politics or philosophy in general. Unfortunately, the job came without an instruction manual, and believing feverently that there is far too much weighty discourse going on in the world today, I opted for a somewhat more frivolous approach. You will find no startling insight herein, no sagacious wisdom, no penetrating perspectives. Instead you would be wise to put this book in the bathroom as soon as you buy it. It's that kind of book. And no, this is not what I aspired to be when I grew up.
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