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The Decline and Fall of Practically Everybody by Will Cuppy
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Feb 23, 09

bookshelves: reviewed, own, hilarious, history

Hilarious. Insolent. Completely irreverent. From Alexander the Great and Ghengis Khan to Lady Godiva and Lucrezia Borgia, no historical figure of any monument is safe! Will Cuppy picks apart everybody who was anybody. One can only be disappointed (or happy?) that he isn't around today to see certain of our current world leaders.
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P.J. Sullivan Writing such a book about our current world leaders would be difficult because of our ridiculous copyright laws.

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