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The Best, Worst, Most Unusual: Noteworthy Achievements, Events, Feats Blunders of Every Conceivable Kind

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In this, the biggest volume of bizarre knowledge ever, seekers of unique trivia will find the answers to many fascinating questions. It includes every possible field, from astronomy to taxidermy, sculpture to sociology. The authors have scoured hundreds of public records, news reports, critical opinions, and statistics to cull the absurd, the great, and the not-so-wonderfu ...more
Hardcover, 576 pages
Published August 1st 2004 by Galahad (first published 1976)
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Amy Howard
Feb 14, 2017 Amy Howard rated it really liked it
I love trivia books. I especially love super dated trivia books, and this one reeks of the seventies!
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Oct 31, 2013 Damian rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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i love this book because it had all sort of fuuny achievement that made me laugh alot while reading this big 562 page book in few days.

what i like about this book is that it had some very unusal event on thier like one unusual event is how the captain of a ship had to use chesse as cannon balls because they run out or how a best assault with a deadly weapons deals with a guy and a soda machine shouldnt say more about this one read the book and how can i forget the worst suicide where a guy had a
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Aug 16, 2012 Andrew rated it liked it
Not a book that I'd ever recommend to sit down and read straight through; but great for brief waits in doctors' offices or as a "bathroom" book.
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