LOST IN THE DIN:
Why Your Opinion on Politics and Religion Means Nothing,
And Mine Means Even Less

by Henry Edward Fool

From the Back Cover:
This book pretty much provides its own rope. Here’s how it works: Read what I
have said on any matter, and immediately you’ll recognize how dreadfully,
laughably, infuriatingly wrong I am. Almost as immediately you’ll see, in blinding
clarity and the starkest possible contrast, how undeniably correct your view is on
that very same matter.
(it just goes on...)
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REFINEMENT:
How a Good Marriage Can Nudge an Unwary Man
in the Direction of Civility

by Henry Edward Fool

From the Introduction:
Never having given any thought to marriage, and having no real hope of finding a
good wife anyway, it probably seems a bit unfair that I should end up with, quite
possibly, the greatest wife any man has ever had in the entire history of marriage. I
can not deny the injustice in that, but, it’s really not my doing. Despite myself, and
against all odds, I now find myself married and as happy as a man of my particular
somber temperament can possibly be.

(Fool then goes on without hesitation to describe how wonderful his marriage is
and backs it up with stories that supposedly confirm that somewhat questionable,
peculiar self-deception.)
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