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Unspeakable Acts by Simon Bond
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Simon Bond got famous for his book of cartoons on the repurposing of dead cats. But I think it's safe to say he did not get "famouser" with this book. I liked it. A few of them are funny. Nothing that you're going to remember on your deathbed. The funny thing is that Mr. Bond really can't draw all that well. But he doesn't have to. He's like the kid who sat next to you in the most boring class (Civics?) drawing pictures of the teacher (300 lb. Mr. Pratt) walking around unaware that pieces of school furniture were adhering to his sticky, adhesive-like layer of perma-sweat. It might be a cheap shot, but it got the job done. And that's pretty much what's going on in this book.
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