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Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs by Chuck Klosterman
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Apr 09, 11

bookshelves: short-story-essasy, biography-autobiography
Read from January 26 to April 08, 2011

Chuck Klosterman has written a series of short essays that mock modern pop culture in such a way that you are either laughing in agreement or protesting in outrage. Whether is Pamela Anderson, When Harry meet Sally or MTV’s the Real World Klosterman will not only amaze you at his extensive Pop Culture knowledge (he is on my team if we ever play Trivial Pursuit) he will make you think and start spouting his infinite wisdom to all you encounter.

I am not sure what to write about this book. There was so much going on in the book that I just don’t know were to start. A definite read for all Generation Xers.

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01/26/2011 page 67
25.0% "So funny"

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