The Cosmic Wisdom of Joe Bob Briggs

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Random House, 1990 - Humor - 270 pages
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He's America's foremost expert on drive-ins, host of The Movie Channel's top-rated Joe Bob's Drive-in Theater--and the first human being ever to get banned in Dallas. Here he makes cheeseburgers from sacred cows in a collection of outrageous, irreverent essays and observations.

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In his introduction to this collection of essays, many of which are reprinted from his syndicated column, drive-in movie critic Briggs claims that the essays are not "sensitive,'' sensitivity ... Read full review

Contents

OUR SUPERNATURAL BEINGS
91
THIS GREAT SICK COUNTRY WE LIVE
117
REPORTED
176
Copyright

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About the author (1990)

Joe Bob Briggs began his career as a film critic for the Dallas Times-Herald and "Texas Monthly." In 1986, he started Joe Bob's Drive-In Theater, the highest-rated show on The Movie Channel, which ran for ten years. Later he moved to create "Monstervision "on TNT, which ran for four years and had a viewership of two million. His last book," Iron Joe Bob," was published ten years ago. A New York City resident, he is currently a columnist for UPI.

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