Don't take the Apocalypse personally – because it will be an EQUAL opportunity annihilator.
Doctors, dentists, arsonists and lawyers will all be in the same boat as you – namely the Titanic!
Though the entire universe will be pulverized into cosmic dust, that's no reason to become self-pitying and sullen. So relax, have that extra piece of cheesecake. Calories DON'T count in the Apocalypse.
In these pages, we'll not only prepare you to meet your Maker, but tell you where to make reservations and what to WEAR.
After all, this will be a bigger night than the Oscars. Not only will all the stars in Hollywood be going out, but all the stars in Heaven TOO!
This is the LAST word on surviving these last days! Find out how to eat for the Apocalypse, exercise for the Apocalypse, meditate for the Apocalypse – even make LOVE for the Apocalypse!
That's right. There's a big, wide, wonderful world out there – one that can EXPLODE any moment! So get your sweaty little palms on this survival guide right away!
DAVID SAMSON is FUNNYGUY.COM and founder of FUNNYEBOOKS.COM. The author of 47 books, he’s a professional speaker, media personality and advertising creative executive. Random House, Simon & Schuster, St. Martin’s Press, Penguin and other major houses have published his works.
His titles span humor, self-help and celebrity autobiographies. They’ve been seen on David Letterman, The Today Show, Rosie ‘O’ Donnell, Regis and Kathy Lee, The Fox News Network, Entertainment Tonight, Comedy Central, Politically Incorrect, Comedy Central, Geraldo Rivera, Donahue, Larry King, and have been published in England, France, Germany, China, Brazil, etc.
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Peter Bergman was a founding member of the Firesign Theatre. He was born in Cleveland, Ohio, the day after Russia invaded Finland and the day before Winston Churchill (Peter's hero) turned 65. Peter's comic career began in the sixth grade, writing comic poems with his mother for library class – a penchant that developed into co-authoring the ninth grade humor column "The High Hatters," and his own creation "Look and See With Peter B." for his high school newspaper.
Peter's audio career was launched in high school as an announcer on the school radio system, from which he was banished after his unauthorized announcement that the Chinese communists had taken over the school and that a "mandatory voluntary assembly was to take place immediately." Russell Rupp, the school primciple, promptly relieved Peter of his announcing gig. Rupp was the inspiration for the Principle Poop character on "Don't Crush That Dwarf".
Peter coined the term "Love-In" in 1967, and threw the first such event in Los Angeles. Starting in 1995, Peter began touring the country as a "high tech comedian", delivering keynote speeches. His latest venture with David Ossman started in 010: the podcast revival of Radio Free OZ.