Stupid Liberals: Weird and Wacky Tales from the Left Wing


by
Leland Gregory

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 208 pages

File size: 12.4 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Leland Gregory’s 17 previous humor collections with AMP are all in print and all are staples on the humor backlist, including Stupid American History, which was a New York Times best-seller, and Stupid History, which has shipped over 130,000 copies. Silly, shocking, weird, and hilariously funny, the one- or two-paragraph anecdotes that comprise Gregory’s new anthology of stupid things said and done by American liberals–politicians, citizens, journalists, professionals, workers, anyone who stands to the left of center–are culled from print, online, and broadcast media from all over the world. Here’s a sample: 

* Residents of Longmont, Colorado, voted to abolish all “Dead End” signs and replace them with “No Outlet” signs. The local citizenry felt the “Dead End” signs were too unpleasant.

Leland Gregory’s 17 previous humor collections with AMP are all in print and all are staples on the humor backlist, including Stupid American History, which was a New York Times best-seller, and Stupid History, which has shipped over 130,000 copies. Silly, shocking, weird, and hilariously funny, the one- or two-paragraph anecdotes that comprise Gregory’s new anthology of stupid things said and done by American liberals–politicians, citizens, journalists, professionals,… (more)

Leland Gregory’s 17 previous humor collections with AMP are all in print and all are staples on the humor backlist, including Stupid American History, which was a New York Times best-seller, and Stupid History, which has shipped over 130,000 copies. Silly, shocking, weird, and hilariously funny, the one- or two-paragraph anecdotes that comprise Gregory’s new anthology of stupid things said and done by American liberals–politicians, citizens, journalists, professionals, workers, anyone who stands to the left of center–are culled from print, online, and broadcast media from all over the world. Here’s a sample: 

* Residents of Longmont, Colorado, voted to abolish all “Dead End” signs and replace them with “No Outlet” signs. The local citizenry felt the “Dead End” signs were too unpleasant.

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