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"It was the summer of 1973, a great time to be young, dumb, and in my father's case, full of Budweiser, Quaaludes, and reheated pizza." With those immortal words, Jason Mulgrew begins his equally unbridled sequel to Everything Is Wrong with Me. In truth, Mulgrew has never been a fortress of self-confidence: His previous best claim to fame was a blog he called "Everything Is Wrong with Me: 30, Bipolar and Hungry." Mulgrew's hilarious confessions made him an "internet quasi-celebrity"; not to mention gaining him 200 million hits. This trade paperback and NOOK Book original should enhance his fame as a conscientious self-depreciator.