A madcap collection of heinous anecdotes, insane short stories, excessive drug abuse and outright criminal irresponsibility. More
To be offended by what someone else says is your own choice, as you don't have to care about what other people think, and nothing has actually happened to you. Information merely passed from their mind to yours.
To state that you are offended means that you wish the person hadn't said it and wont say anything similar again.
In other words, you actually want to stop certain information from being communicated.
You must believe that you have some sort of right to dictate not only what people can and can't communicate, but what they can and can't think.
To be offended is to take the first step in being a totalitarian megalomaniac...
on Oct. 27, 2016 :
Hmm, an interesting find! The best parts of this were the anecdotes - ie the Cactus Soup story and the Nitrous Oxide Heist are superb. The story about the concussed punk had me laughing out loud, almost in tears. These parts reminded me a lot of "He Died With a Felafel in his Hand" (which is essentially a collection of krusty anecdotes from Australian sharehouses). There's also a lot of drug use that is well and truly in the awe-inspiring category.
However, these hilarious annecdotes are interspersed with a lot of mediocre blog rants and a few wtf historical excursions to World War One and Kowloon (I felt like I could get better info on those subjects from wikipedia). There's also a couple of stories that feel somewhat mean-spirited. For example the Jabsy character basically comes across as an obese retarded woman, who really didn't deserve to have piss thrown on her. I almost put the book in the digital trashcan after Jabsy, however I'm glad I pushed on as I would have missed a lot of fun stuff.
I recommend this in it's current form - it's a lot more fun than most of the free ebooks out there. However I hope the author reworks it sometime in the future into a more consistent book.