Bush Survival Bible: 250 Ways to Make it Through the Next Four Years Without Misunderestimating the Dangers Ahead, and Other Subliminable Strategeries

Bush Survival Bible: 250 Ways to Make it Through the Next Four Years Without Misunderestimating the Dangers Ahead, and Other Subliminable Strategeries

by Gene Stone
     
 

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Here is the reality: Bush won; Kerry lost.
Here is your reaction: AA#RGH*HG@GHW&WGRWW!!?!
Here is your salvation: The Bush Survival Bible
Although many of you may try, you can’t really do anything about the election results. But you can do something about your postelection stress disorder. Here are 250 ways to help you get through the next four years.…  See more details below

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Here is the reality: Bush won; Kerry lost.
Here is your reaction: AA#RGH*HG@GHW&WGRWW!!?!
Here is your salvation: The Bush Survival Bible
Although many of you may try, you can’t really do anything about the election results. But you can do something about your postelection stress disorder. Here are 250 ways to help you get through the next four years. For instance:

• Are you suicidal? Here are 5 antidepressants to consider.

• Are you cold? Here are 6 reasons to love global warming.

• Are you ready to leave the country? Here are 7 countries to move to.

• Are you political? Here are 6 ways to get involved in local politics.

• Are you spiritual? Here are 9 prayers to get you through the night.

No matter who you are, no matter what you feel, there’s a solution for you. Yes, Bush won. But that doesn’t mean you have to lose. And remember, he can’t run for a third term. Just 1,461 days to go! Light a candle, don’t sweat the Bush stuff, and pray.


From the Trade Paperback edition.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780307416964
Publisher:
Random House Publishing Group
Publication date:
12/18/2007
Sold by:
Random House
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
144
File size:
265 KB

Meet the Author

Gene Stone, a former newspaper, magazine and bookeditor, has collaborated on more than twenty books and has written articles for Esquire, GQ, and New York magazine.A graduate of Stanford and Harvard universities, and a former Peace Corps volunteer, he lives in New York with his cat, a black-and-white Democrat named Gus.


From the Trade Paperback edition.

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