Lee Hazelle

Biography

20 years in radio, from which I got the material for "Soooo Stupid". 20 years driving a dump truck, from which, believe it or not, I got the material for "Becoming Human in the Cosmos". Thank God for recorded books!

I've always been a "big picture" kind of guy; a lover of the panorama that shows the whole thing. That's what motivated "Becoming Human in the Cosmos". I wanted to put into a sensible picture my understanding of the "whole"; God, us, the Cosmos, what's going on, where we fit it. A perfect picture? Not by any means. A pleasant conversation with a somewhat flaky friend? Yes, I hope it's that. That was my goal, anyway. Enjoy!

Books

Sooo Stupid, Or, No One's Humiliation Is So Great, That We Can't Add to Their Pain with A Snarky Comment
By Lee Hazelle
Price: $2.00 USD. Words: 45,230. Language: English. Published: October 26, 2010. Category: Nonfiction
In classic punchline first, body of story following format, this book exposes the stupidities we all would commit if only we'd thought of them first. It's a good read on an airplane flight. It's full of the human potato chip factor that challenges, "Bet you can't eat just one."
Becoming Human in the Cosmos: The Purpose and Ultimate Destiny of Human Life
By Lee Hazelle
Price: $5.00 USD. Words: 127,770. Language: English. Published: June 21, 2010. Category: Nonfiction
Using scripture, apocrypha, theoretical physics, biology, philosophy,near-death and new age literature, this book combines everything into a whole view of the meaning of life. And it's fun! How many earth-type planets are in the universe? Is there sex in Heaven? Do people have to go to the bathroom in heaven? Why are you here? What's your future? Find out!

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banter    comedy    cosmos    destiny    god and us    humor    meaning of life    purpose    ridicule    takeoff    trivia    wisecracks    wit