Causing Trouble: High School Pranks, College Craziness, and Moving to California [NOOK Book]

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Every boy growing up causes trouble, but not like Mark Dice and his friends. They didn’t steal cars, commit armed robberies, or burn down someone’s house. Their trouble was different. It was more creative. It still landed them in handcuffs, on the evening news, and for Mark, ultimately getting kicked out of high school making him the talk of his small Wisconsin town. This is a memoir of his wild childhood, his crazy college life, and his adventures in California after he and his friends packed up and headed west ...
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Causing Trouble: High School Pranks, College Craziness, and Moving to California

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Overview

Every boy growing up causes trouble, but not like Mark Dice and his friends. They didn’t steal cars, commit armed robberies, or burn down someone’s house. Their trouble was different. It was more creative. It still landed them in handcuffs, on the evening news, and for Mark, ultimately getting kicked out of high school making him the talk of his small Wisconsin town. This is a memoir of his wild childhood, his crazy college life, and his adventures in California after he and his friends packed up and headed west in search of their dreams when they were 20-years-old.

Some of Mark’s Trouble Included:

Painting obscenities consisting of 30-foot tall letters in the snow on the school football field using food coloring mixed with water in a giant weed sprayer, sending hundreds of magazine subscriptions to a teacher and checking the “bill me later” box, replacing the magazines in the school library with pornos, sending a fake college rejection letter to a former friend informing them that the school had changed its mind about enrolling him, police chases, making fake IDs, prank phone calls, joy riding, shoe tossing, running for class president, making crop circles, scamming months’ worth of free food, stealing cable TV, printing fake vehicle registration tags, going to jail, and that’s just the beginning!

After many legal troubles and personal tragedy, Mark was luckily able to manage his unbridled creativity and focus it constructively. His writings on politics, spirituality, and pop culture have enlightened countless people causing them to look closely at their own life and the road that they’re on and where it will ultimately lead them
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940149269358
  • Publisher: The Resistance
  • Publication date: 5/27/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 254
  • Sales rank: 1,146,260
  • File size: 518 KB

Meet the Author

Mark Dice is an expert on secret societies and conspiracies. He has been featured on the History Channel's America's Book of Secrets, America Declassified on the Travel Channel, Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura on TruTV, Secret Societies of Hollywood on E! and others. He is a regular guest on the Alex Jones Show, Coast to Coast AM and various other talk radio shows. One of his gifts is his ability to articulate esoteric mystical and spiritual ideas to those unfamiliar with such material. He is basically a media analyst, political activist, and author who, in an entertaining and educational way, gets people to question our celebrity obsessed culture, and the role the mainstream media and elite secret societies play in shaping our lives.

Mark’s YouTube videos have received over 85 million views, earning him a mention on ABC’s The View, Fox News’ O’Reilly Factor, TMZ.com, and other mainstream media outlets. Mark has also been featured in (or attacked in) the New York Post’s Page Six, Rolling Stone Magazine, USA Today, The New York Daily News, the Drudge Report, and in major papers in Pakistan and Iran.

The term "fighting the New World Order" is used by Mark to describe some of his activities, and refers to his and others’ resistance and opposition (The Resistance) to the overall system of political corruption, illegal wars, elite secret societies, mainstream media, Big Brother and privacy issues; as well as various economic and social issues. Dice and his supporters sometimes refer to being "awake" or "enlightened" and see their knowledge of these topics as part of their own personal Resistance to the corrupt New World Order. This Resistance involves self-improvement, self-sufficiency, personal responsibility and spiritual growth.

Mark Dice is the author of several books on secret societies and conspiracies, including Big Brother: The Orwellian Nightmare Come True, The Illuminati: Facts & Fiction, The New World Order: Facts & Fiction, Illuminati in the Music Industry, and The Resistance Manifesto. While much of Mark’s work confirms the existence and continued operation of the Illuminati today, he is also dedicated to debunking conspiracy theories and hoaxes and separating the facts from the fiction; hence the “Facts & Fiction” subtitle for several of his books. He has a bachelor’s degree in communication from California State University and lives in San Diego.
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