The Secret to Certainty: How to be right about everything in five easy steps

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Sick of being proved wrong? Tired of being a doubting Thomas? Suffer no more! The secret is out and you too can learn to believe like a pro. In five simple steps you'll learn the tricks of the trade used by every committed champion of every cause.

Believed to be recommended by religious leaders and politicians the world over, the Secret to Certainty will no doubt change your life. More
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Words: 5,870
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301755905
About Smiley Blackmore

Who am I? Well, I have been described as, or likened to: Napoleon Bonaparte, Napoleon Dynamite, Jesus, Hitler, a goat, a character called “the Fool” (a cross between Buddha, Capt Jack Sparrow, and a drag queen as far as I can tell), a dark horse, a small aggressive parrot, a free spirit, a genuine gentleman, a dick, a woman, a grey man (the guy who looks like a nobody but actually has an AK47 in his pants), a teetotaller, a drunk, an emo, a realist, some Arab guy, an Italian, a Frenchman, an effing foreigner, a true patriot, that dude from Evermore, a serial killer, your friend whose name I do not share and have never met (I don’t know you okay so stop treating me like you do, it's creepy, who are you?), a homeless man, a senile Jedi knight, a Trojan (either the horse, the virus, the people who got slaughtered by the Greeks, a condom, or a crazy mofo battler. I don’t really know), a large purple safety mascot, a fast bastard, a cheap bastard, a bastard, an intellectual sponge, an actual sponge, funny (as in strange funny), funny (as in ha ha funny), cute, creepy, and impressive. If you can make any sense of this then you’re doing better than me.

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Review by: Penny Fry on May 02, 2013 :
If you have ever dealt with a "true believer" type, this book will have you laughing out loud.

I did deduct one star for grammatical errors
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Review by: Victor Luba on March 09, 2013 :
The message of this book seemed to me the ramblings of a senile Jedi knight that may have some effect on the weak minds. May the force cure this knight.
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