Give War a Chance: Eyewitness Accounts of Mankinds Struggle Against Tyranny, Injustice and Alcohol free Beer

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Give War a Chance: Eyewitness Accounts of Mankinds Struggle Against Tyranny, Injustice and Alcohol free Beer

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In the spirit of his savagely funny and national best-seller Parliament of Whores, Give War a Chance is P. J. ORourkes number one New York Times best-selling follow-up. ORourke runs hilariously amok by tackling the death of Communism, sanctimonious liberals, and Americas perennial bad guy Saddam Hussein in a series of classic dispatches from his coverage of the 1991 Gu In the spirit of his savagely funny and national best-seller Parliament of Whores, Give War a Chance is P. J. ORourkes number one New York Times best-selling follow-up. ORourke runs hilariously amok by tackling the death of Communism, sanctimonious liberals, and Americas perennial bad guy Saddam Hussein in a series of classic dispatches from his coverage of the 1991 Gulf War. Here is our most mordant and unnervingly funny political satirist on: Kuwait City after the Gulf War: It looked like all the worst rock bands in the world had stayed there at the same time. On Saddam Hussein, ORourke muses: Hes got chemical weapons filled with ... chemicals. Maybe hes got The Bomb. And missiles that can reach Riyadh, Tel Aviv, Spokane. Stock up on nonperishable foodstuffs. Grab those Diet Coke cans you were supposed to take to the recycling center and fill them up with home heating oil. Bury the Hummel figurines in the yard. Were all going to die. Details at eleven.

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In the spirit of his savagely funny and national best-seller Parliament of Whores, Give War a Chance is P. J. ORourkes number one New York Times best-selling follow-up. ORourke runs hilariously amok by tackling the death of Communism, sanctimonious liberals, and Americas perennial bad guy Saddam Hussein in a series of classic dispatches from his coverage of the 1991 Gu In the spirit of his savagely funny and national best-seller Parliament of Whores, Give War a Chance is P. J. ORourkes number one New York Times best-selling follow-up. ORourke runs hilariously amok by tackling the death of Communism, sanctimonious liberals, and Americas perennial bad guy Saddam Hussein in a series of classic dispatches from his coverage of the 1991 Gulf War. Here is our most mordant and unnervingly funny political satirist on: Kuwait City after the Gulf War: It looked like all the worst rock bands in the world had stayed there at the same time. On Saddam Hussein, ORourke muses: Hes got chemical weapons filled with ... chemicals. Maybe hes got The Bomb. And missiles that can reach Riyadh, Tel Aviv, Spokane. Stock up on nonperishable foodstuffs. Grab those Diet Coke cans you were supposed to take to the recycling center and fill them up with home heating oil. Bury the Hummel figurines in the yard. Were all going to die. Details at eleven.
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Title Give War a Chance: Eyewitness Accounts of Mankinds Struggle Against Tyranny, Injustice and Alcohol free Beer Height 197 mm
P J ORourke , PJ ORourke Width 130 mm
ISBN-13 9780330325363 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 #0330325361 Spine Width
Publisher Pan MacMillan Pages 256
Edition 2010 Availability Out Of Stock

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