Townie Planet

Rated 4.67/5 based on 3 reviews
Our nation is afflicted with a mass psychosis. Its prime symptom: millions of wackos spouting racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, counterfactual right-wing crapola. Who are these halfwits? How did they get this way? Why do they vote for those who hate them? And why oh why are lefties afraid to offend them? This book will help stiffen your liberal spine. Get tough. Get nasty. Get Townie Planet. More

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About Steve Radlauer

Steve Radlauer is a writer (and, with the publication of Townie Planet, an e-pamphleteer) based in New York City. He has: written or co-written several books, including Dan Quayle: Airhead Apparent with Paul Slansky, The Historic Shops & Restaurants of New York with Ellen Williams, and Special Moments with Joe Bodolai; written articles for Esquire, New York, Spy, Asian Art News, Hamptons Country, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and other publications; worked in film, television, and advertising; been on the board of directors of two non-profit arts organizations; and is the co-founder of Ardea Media, publisher of Touchscreen Tours smartphone apps.

Reviews

Review by: Michael Shiffer on June 21, 2012 :
A cheery, snarky smackdown of tea-party zombies, their wealthy manipulators and their liberal apologists. Funny and observant, this is a call to all thinkers to stop trying to understand and excuse, and recognize the damage that idiots do when they get to run the government, abetted by people who actually know something about history, economics, statesmanship, etc. but are too nice to call a jerk a jerk.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: David Acomba on June 18, 2012 :
I laughed, I cried. Steve Radlauer is right. Townies are what's wrong. We've been too nice to them for far too long. (And as a Canadian, I do know what nice is.) Townie Planet is not nice – and it's about time!

David Acomba – somewhere near Toronto
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Sarah Durkee on June 04, 2012 :
The angriest, most feel-good download of the year!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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