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Posted June 12, 2012
Funny read for both men and women.
Joel Stein feels he is not manly enough and will be unable to teach his young son, Lazlo, any manly skills. Fearing he will be a poor father, he creates a list of manly skills that he will experience and learn to pass onto Lazlo. Stein goes camping with the Boy Scouts, attempts home repair with his father-in-law, goes hunting, spends days training with the military and goes a round with UFC fighter Randy Couture. By the end of the book he learns what is is to be a man. Funny and positive book!
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Posted June 29, 2012
Funny and Lightweight
Joel Stein is a very engaging writer and the book is very amusing. But I think that had he fused his witty writing with somemor eprofound insights on gender identity he could have had a very strong book. As it is, it's amusing but really feels like humorous filler for the back pages of a magazone.
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Posted August 13, 2012
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