The Book of Totally Useless Information

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Fine Communications, 1993 - Humor - 189 pages
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Provides answers to such questions as "Was there ever a real Aunt Jemima?" "What is the difference between bourbon and Scotch?" "Why do trains have a caboose?" and "Why do we give names to hurricanes?"

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"This book was an unexpected gem. I picked it up off a shelf, and did not expect much from it. This just proved the saying, "you can't judge a book by its cover". I thought it would be a rather dull ... Read full review

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Question and answer book - good bathroom reader, nothing that stands out as setting it apart from any other of the same genre. Read full review


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Voorhees lives with his wife, Lisa, and their two children, Eric and Dana.

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