So, when the revolution comes, which by my reckoning should be sometime next week, probably Thursday, depending on your time zone, you’re not going to want to read all those drab dystopian novels because you’ll be living them. Instead, what you’ll want will be pleasant, humorous snapshots of simpler times, the perfect length to read during one of the three designated five-minute work breaks allowed daily by our robot overlords at the hydrogen slave farms.
Don’t Everyone Jump at Once is just that book.
I’m not going to bore you with details about what’s in this whimsical collection of columns about life, family and the defence of cannibalism during the End Times. Instead, let me tell you what you won’t get:
- Boolean algebra
- The “autobiography” of any pop star under the age of 25
- A recipe for Balena Ano Arrosto di Radicchio (Roasted Whale Anus on Radicchio)
- A venereal disease
- Your money back
What’s important to know is that the cover price of my most recent collection has plummeted from $18.00 plus shipping down to (up to?) $20.00 shipping included for U.S. orders and $15.00 (definitely down) shipping included for Canadian orders directly from the publisher, Blue Ice Books. Does that even make sense? Doesn’t matter; in a week, the monetary system will collapse anyway so spend, spend, spend!
Order now, and you’ll get this free photo of me pretending to row a canoe:
Operators aren’t standing by. Because they’ve all been eaten.