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"[this book is] a cautionary tale of corporate omnipotence, and a possible blueprint of the future of the nuclear family." no...it would have to have something resembling a coherent plot or even partially developed theme for that to be true.

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"this generation's vonnegut!" i beg to differ. that blurb made me far more nauseous than any of the random, bizarre, x-rated crap in here, the kind of random crap a seventh grader would write.

"[this book is] a cautionary tale of corporate omnipotence, and a possible blueprint of the future of the nuclear family." no...it would have to have something resembling a coherent plot or even partially developed theme for that to be true.

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"this generation's vonnegut!" i beg to differ. that blurb made me far more nauseous than any of the random, bizarre, x-rated crap in here, the kind of random crap a seventh grader would write.

"[this book is] a cautionary tale of corporate omnipotence, and a possible blueprint of the future of the nuclear family." no...it would have to have something resembling a coherent plot or even partially developed theme for that to be true.

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"this generation's vonnegut!" i beg to differ. that blurb made me far more nauseous than any of the random, bizarre, x-rated crap in here, the kind of random crap a seventh grader would write.

"[this book is] a cautionary tale of corporate omnipotence, and a possible blueprint of the future of the nuclear family." no...it would have to have something resembling a coherent plot or even partially developed theme for that to be true.

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"this generation's vonnegut!" i beg to differ. that blurb made me far more nauseous than any of the random, bizarre, x-rated crap in here, the kind of random crap a seventh grader would write.

"[this book is] a cautionary tale of corporate omnipotence, and a possible blueprint of the future of the nuclear family." no...it would have to have something resembling a coherent plot or even partially developed theme for that to be true.

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"this generation's vonnegut!" i beg to differ. that blurb made me far more nauseous than any of the random, bizarre, x-rated crap in here, the kind of random crap a seventh grader would write.

"[this book is] a cautionary tale of corporate omnipotence, and a possible blueprint of the future of the nuclear family." no...it would have to have something resembling a coherent plot or even partially developed theme for that to be true.

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"this generation's vonnegut!" i beg to differ. that blurb made me far more nauseous than any of the random, bizarre, x-rated crap in here, the kind of random crap a seventh grader would write.

"[this book is] a cautionary tale of corporate omnipotence, and a possible blueprint of the future of the nuclear family." no...it would have to have something resembling a coherent plot or even partially developed theme for that to be true.

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"this generation's vonnegut!" i beg to differ. that blurb made me far more nauseous than any of the random, bizarre, x-rated crap in here, the kind of random crap a seventh grader would write.

"[this book is] a cautionary tale of corporate omnipotence, and a possible blueprint of the future of the nuclear family." no...it would have to have something resembling a coherent plot or even partially developed theme for that to be true.

what's most galling is that there are no redeeming qualities to this. it doesn't even come close to generating the meekest of chuckles.

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this is awful. pure shit. i'm not offended by grotesqueries, sacrilege, or foul language of any kind (i just gave steve-o's autobiography 4 stars): i am offended by the praise that appeared on the back of this shit-piece.

"this generation's vonnegut!" i beg to differ. that blurb made me far more nauseous than any of the random, bizarre, x-rated crap in here, the kind of random crap a seventh grader would write.

"[this book is] a cautionary tale of corporate omnipotence, and a possible blueprint of the future of the nuclear family." no...it would have to have something resembling a coherent plot or even partially developed theme for that to be true.

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this is awful. pure shit. i'm not offended by grotesqueries, sacrilege, or foul language of any kind (i just gave steve-o's autobiography 4 stars): i am offended by the praise that appeared on the back of this shit-piece.

"this generation's vonnegut!" i beg to differ. that blurb made me far more nauseous than any of the random, bizarre, x-rated crap in here, the kind of random crap a seventh grader would write.

"[this book is] a cautionary tale of corporate omnipotence, and a possible blueprint of the future of the nuclear family." no...it would have to have something resembling a coherent plot or even partially developed theme for that to be true.

what's most galling is that there are no redeeming qualities to this. it doesn't even come close to generating the meekest of chuckles.

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