Man Enough?: The Facts and Stats Every Real Guy Should Know

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Think You Know Your Stuff? Prove It.

The gauntlet's been thrown down. Time to man up and face the challenge. This book tests it all—sports, movies, cars, history, everything—everything any real guy should know. And acing this test's the only way to prove you know it all.

What type of gun does Dirty Harry use to clean up the streets and ...

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Overview

Think You Know Your Stuff? Prove It.

The gauntlet's been thrown down. Time to man up and face the challenge. This book tests it all—sports, movies, cars, history, everything—everything any real guy should know. And acing this test's the only way to prove you know it all.

What type of gun does Dirty Harry use to clean up the streets and display his general badassness?
Which beer is the product of the oldest active brewery in the United States?
Who's the only player to pull off the improbable feat of a walkoff inside-the-park grand slam?
Which gangster was responsible for the Valentine's Day Massacre?
What was the name of Mr. T's character on The A-Team?

The answer's pretty clear: You need this book. Whether it's to keep from getting schooled or to school your buddies, it's required reading. No question.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781440533389
  • Publisher: Adams Media Corporation
  • Publication date: 4/15/2012
  • Pages: 304
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.30 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Max Brallier is a videogame designer and author of the horror/humor novel Can YOU Survive the Zombie Apocalypse?, along with guy classics like Reasons to Drink, Reasons to Smoke, and The All-Star Bathroom Sampler.

Geoff Baker is a seeker of facts and information, sometimes even finding truth.

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Table of Contents

Introduction: The Point of Whole the Damn Thing 9

Chapter 1 The Cinema: Men at the Movies 11

Chapter 2 Sports: Play Ball 41

Chapter 3 Rations: Hot Dogs, Beer, and More 73

Chapter 4 Stats: Know Your Numbers 105

Chapter 5 History: Because you Don't Want to be Doomed to Repeat it 137

Chapter 6 Television: The Boob Tube 169

Chapter 7 Transportation: Planes, Trains, and Automobiles 199

Chapter 8 Gender Relations: Impressing the Ladies 229

Chapter 9 Miscellany: Stuff you Should Just Know, Dammit 261

The Final Score 293

Index 297

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  • Posted April 2, 2012

    This is a very fun book, quite tricky as well. Authors did a goo

    This is a very fun book, quite tricky as well. Authors did a good job on this one. Good Buy!!

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  • Posted March 15, 2012

    LOTS OF FUN! Perfect reading and discovery for most any guy.

    MAN ENOUGH is lots of fun. Brallier and Baker's stuff is fresh, full of I-never-knew-thats, and often cleverly surprising. It makes the reader smile.

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