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What a Load of Crap

You Got Mail

Paul J. Farrell

Smashwords Edition

Copyright 2012 by Paul J. Farrell

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What a Load of Crap

You Got Mail

Dedicated to Aunt Georgie, Agnes, Jean and Gertrude, and their WW II husbands.

What a Load of Crap; You Got Mail, is a book with benefits. It's simple in language and easy to read. There is no story line to follow, no characters to remember, no plots, twists or turns. Crap has only one chapter, and can be read starting from any page, going from front to back, or from back to front. There are no rules. Crap has only one requirement, it must be read right side up and left to right. The content and foundation of Crap was made-up from e-mails, the perfect atomism for an e-book, sent to writers from The Daily News in New York City in response to their columns. The principle on delivering the news emphasizing the facts has been applied in writing What a Load of Crap. Tell them once, tell'em again, and then tell'em what you told them. Crap is about love and marriage, sex and anatomy, digestion and reproduction, ethics and morality, freedom and servitude, race and equality, drugs, celebrity, propaganda and tactics, lies and deception. What a Load of Crap is about the first four books on a list of ten books written in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries that were considered by a panel of fifteen conservative scholars to be the most harmful in their attempt to change the world. The Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx (1848), Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler (1925), Quotations from Chairman Mao by Mao Tse-Tung (1967) and Sexual Behavior in the Human Male by Alfred Kinsey (1948), all of these men and their books attacked marriage and the family, they "sought to deliberately destroy a nation's moral and religious inheritance."

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