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Posted February 26, 2008
I found this reading to be another typical neo-con art job discerting the weak for the strong and telling me more of what I can and cannot do in my life and heaven forbid your in an accident, or need anything at all you'll have to be shot and put out of your misery, sticking it's nose directly up your personal life and 'it' means sex so hah (singing) 'birds do it, bees do it, even educated fleas do it lets fall in LOVE- with whoever you want, USA USA. next it will be that intermingling thing with all them colored folks, lol move on we're smarter than this.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted January 28, 2008
Anyone interested in avoiding the pitfalls of liberal attitudes should read this book. Detailed instructions on how to dress, do 'it', file a report on your neighbors and spot a homosexual will keep you in stitches. A delightful read.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted June 12, 2006
Department of Homeland Decency is funny. Not just ha- ha funny but laugh out loud hysterical. Hysterical because what else is there to do when there is W in the White House? This decency manual reads like something W actually did scheme up. I mean, it is good. G-O-O-D. Very good. Brilliant. The structure is concise and covers decency guidelines for home, work, TV, medical issues, and, of course, for doing ¿it.¿ Each section consists of snappy articles with goofy subtitles¿ ¿How to Prevent Insertion, ¿ ¿Frozen Embryos,¿ and ¿Abstinence Bake Sale.¿ At the end of each section there is an ¿Ask Yourself This!¿ which brings up tasty issues such as ¿ask yourself this: What could my children learn at the library that I don¿t know and that would make me feel stupid if I didn¿t know it before they did? Why wouldn¿t I rather have my children do research at home where parental locks have been placed on the internet and on the television?¿ There are many ways to tell a story, to get at the heart of an issue. Michael Moore goes for the jugular and leaves me feeling worked up, manipulated and annoyed. Susan and Frank Fuller¿s approach is also direct but not like I just got punched in the gut with political dogma. The writing is accurate, consistent, and direct. Although the writing is funny it¿s not like the Fuller¿s tip toe around charged issues. ¿Decency in the Lunchroom¿ snowballs into ¿Suddenly the workplace is filled with languages other than English, including Black, Spanish, Indian and the like. The workplace lunchroom is no longer a restful spot to consume a hamburger or doughnut instead, foods like hummus and salsa take up space in the company refrigerator.¿ This is so brilliantly written I feel as if I could give this book to any right winger and they would sanction it as Truth. The Truth. This book rings true. And the truth hurts. If I couldn¿t laugh about the Truth, I¿d cry. I¿ll take a good laugh any day. Buy this book NOW. It¿s the perfect size to tuck into a picnic basket, beach bag or carry on. Enjoy!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.