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In a world wherein so much appears to be bizarre, insane, and beyond rational explanation, Secret Agent Reginald Dipwipple knows the insider truth: the world is incredibly incompetent. This is the world he operates in, fighting the good fight against terrorists struggling to make a living through mass intimidation. It is a world wherein words are weapons when they contain ...more
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Aug 22, 2012 Reginald Dipwipple rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
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From the Amazon.com description: "In a world wherein so much appears to be bizarre, insane, and beyond rational explanation, Secret Agent Reginald Dipwipple knows the insider truth: the world is incredibly incompetent. This is the world he operates in, fighting the good fight against terrorists struggling to make a living through mass intimidation. It is a world wherein words are weap
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can't finish this one right now. : ( there isn't enough of a story line. The writing style is great, very funny, but it's more like a lot of random history facts all related by the main character, strung together with just enough plot to make it flow
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Reginald Dipwipple, Secret Agent Extraordinaire, claims not to exist. Even those who know him say he's not much to look at. He has no known address, nor birthplace, nor a Social Security number, nor any verified qualifications for his supposed memoirs. Let's face it: he's a nobody. But he writes some great stuff, including a brilliant blog at www.SecretComedy.com. Your curiosity and comments are a ...more
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