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The CEO of the Sofa

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New York Times bestselling author P.J. ORourke has toured the fighting in Bosnia, visited the West Bank disguised as P.J. of Arabia, lobbed one-liners on the battlefields of the Gulf War, and traded quips with Communist rebels in the jungles of the Philippines. Now in The CEO of the Sofa, he embarks on a mission to the most frightening place of all - his own home. Ensconc New York Times bestselling author P.J. ORourke has toured the fighting in Bosnia, visited the West Bank disguised as P.J. of Arabia, lobbed one-liners on the battlefields of the Gulf War, and traded quips with Communist rebels in the jungles of the Philippines. Now in The CEO of the Sofa, he embarks on a mission to the most frightening place of all - his own home. Ensconced on the domestic boardrooms throne (although not supposed to put his feet on the cushions), he faces a three-year-old who wants a cell phone, a freelance career devoted to writing articles like Chewing-Mouth Dogs Bring Hope to People with Eating Disorders, and neighbors who smell like Democrats (That is, using smell as a transitive verb. When I light a cigar they wave their hands in front of their faces and pretend to cough.). Undaunted - with the help of martinis - by middle age, P.J. holds forth on everything from getting toddlers to sleep (Advice to parents whose kids love the story of the dinosaurs: Dont give away the surprise ending) to why Hillary Clintons election victory was a good thing (We Republicans were almost out of people to hate in the Senate. Teddy Kennedy is just too old and fat to pick on). And P.J. leaps (well, groans and pushes himself up) from the couch to pursue assignments such as a high-speed drive across the ugliest part of India at the hottest time of the year, a blind (drunk) wine tasting with Christopher Buckley, and a sojourn at the U.N. Millennial Summit, where he runs the risk of perishing from boredom and puts readers in peril of laughing themselves to death.

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New York Times bestselling author P.J. ORourke has toured the fighting in Bosnia, visited the West Bank disguised as P.J. of Arabia, lobbed one-liners on the battlefields of the Gulf War, and traded quips with Communist rebels in the jungles of the Philippines. Now in The CEO of the Sofa, he embarks on a mission to the most frightening place of all - his own home. Ensconc New York Times bestselling author P.J. ORourke has toured the fighting in Bosnia, visited the West Bank disguised as P.J. of Arabia, lobbed one-liners on the battlefields of the Gulf War, and traded quips with Communist rebels in the jungles of the Philippines. Now in The CEO of the Sofa, he embarks on a mission to the most frightening place of all - his own home. Ensconced on the domestic boardrooms throne (although not supposed to put his feet on the cushions), he faces a three-year-old who wants a cell phone, a freelance career devoted to writing articles like Chewing-Mouth Dogs Bring Hope to People with Eating Disorders, and neighbors who smell like Democrats (That is, using smell as a transitive verb. When I light a cigar they wave their hands in front of their faces and pretend to cough.). Undaunted - with the help of martinis - by middle age, P.J. holds forth on everything from getting toddlers to sleep (Advice to parents whose kids love the story of the dinosaurs: Dont give away the surprise ending) to why Hillary Clintons election victory was a good thing (We Republicans were almost out of people to hate in the Senate. Teddy Kennedy is just too old and fat to pick on). And P.J. leaps (well, groans and pushes himself up) from the couch to pursue assignments such as a high-speed drive across the ugliest part of India at the hottest time of the year, a blind (drunk) wine tasting with Christopher Buckley, and a sojourn at the U.N. Millennial Summit, where he runs the risk of perishing from boredom and puts readers in peril of laughing themselves to death.
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Title The CEO of the Sofa Height 13
P. J. ORourke Width 2
ISBN-13 9780330491433 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 Spine Width
Publisher Picador USA Pages 320
Edition Availability Out Of Stock

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