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Johnny Oops: Charlatan, Sex Manic or Prophet, Is Johnny Real

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Johnny Oops believes he is a philosopher genius. He can't help it if he starts out with the body of a clumsy thirteen-year-old boy who plays with himself. His aggressive genius genes help him mature into a real man so quickly, that before you know what's happening, he has a bevy of women worshiping at his feet.

People call him Johnny Oops because he's always getting into messes and saying oops. His unruly red hair and freckles act like magnets where women are concerned. When he ...

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Overview

Johnny Oops believes he is a philosopher genius. He can't help it if he starts out with the body of a clumsy thirteen-year-old boy who plays with himself. His aggressive genius genes help him mature into a real man so quickly, that before you know what's happening, he has a bevy of women worshiping at his feet.

People call him Johnny Oops because he's always getting into messes and saying oops. His unruly red hair and freckles act like magnets where women are concerned. When he grows up he becomes transformed into a handsome dude or stud if you prefer - the girls do. This definitely applies to ALICE, his first love, who helps Johnny become a man as he says, "In my bedroom, in my house, where I was a child."

Johnny alternates between believing he's a prophet and questioning if he's real. Most of the time he thinks he's a messenger of God and that he has the word. Sometimes he thinks a Game Master controls his destiny in a virtual reality game in which he is a bit players. He tries to replicate the virtual reality results using quantum computing, but cannot fathom the floating particle waves and entanglements of various quantum bits in worlds where one and one can mean the same and different things at the same time.

His religion, Dialectic Spiritualism, can't help him as he charges from one elicit sadomasochism relationship to another, promoting a philosophy that touching one another in his or her essential parts is the way to get touch with your inner self.

He finds out who he really is when he meets a cute little fellow who turns out to be his magical inner self by the name of Inney -- for belly button. Inney is a one-foot tall albino with pink eyes who is dressed in a boy scout uniform. When he isn't calling Johnny a moron or an imbecile, he manages to help him transform his life. Inney is responsible for Johnny's numerous rebirths and second comings or near misses, depending on whether you are a faithful member of his flock or a non-believer.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781450527156
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 9/13/2010
  • Pages: 292
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.61 (d)

Meet the Author

Arthur Levine is an observer of economic and social changes in the US as they affect the workings of our democracy, and a computer geek who envisions vast political changes taking place as a result of technological innovations on the Internet incorporating the use of artificial intelligence, quantum computing and virtual reality.

He has a background in finance and publishing and is the author of the novels Voyeur Bomb, The Magic Pill, Wasn't Man, Johnny Oops, and the how-to book Husband Hunting.

He is a former Director of New Business for Family Circle Magazine, and was the Publisher of TALK Magazine (Girl Talk).

Mr. Levine graduated from The Wharton School of Business with a BS in Economics. . He is a freelance writer living in New York City. He is married and has three children.

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