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Cracker Ingenuity: Tips from the Trailer Park for the Chronically Broke

3.4 of 5 stars 3.40  ·  rating details  ·  10 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Wondering what to do with all those oil drums in your yard? Does a lack of funds inspire you to race lawnmowers instead of cars, or enter cow-chip-tossing contests instead of bridge tournaments? Ever invite friends over for a fancy dinner only to realize that you're flat broke and fresh out of groceries? Look no further...

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Paperback, 240 pages
Published March 1st 2003 by St. Martin's Griffin
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Michael Roop
This is a fun read for all my redneck hillbilly DIY'ers. The two ladies that put this one together get a big ol' blessin'. It's gooder 'n hell I tell ya what! This ones a pretty quick and short read. I managed to squeeze this book in at about roughly three and half hours or so. It's filled with alot of good tips and some really great tricks. The Twinkie Tiramisu recipie out of this book is spot on. The redneck games portion of this book made me wanna go to a track pull and a monster truck rally ...more
Well.....It's hard to describe this book. It is funny, slightly shocking, but also informational. A lot of tongue-in-cheek humor, and surprisingly how to do illegal things like tap into the electrical grid or meth. Some of the inventions are way out there, like making a merry-go-round out of old torpedo shells (it was actually done)but quite a bit is helpful although I'm excluding the unlawful tips. Like how to make a beauty mask out of kitchen ingrediants, or a heater that burns corn (cleaner a ...more
this book was pretty silly, not at all what I expected it to be.
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