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The Wayward Life and Times of a Dipsy Doodle Dandy: A Hilarious Compendium of Stories Describing the Outrageous Antics of Teenagers During the Golden Era of Rock and Roll During the 1950's & 1960's

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Charles Darwin had a theory and John Peaker lived to test it. For Peaker and his friends, growing up in Toronto pushed their bodies to the limit; they played football without padding, boxed in dangerous places and then there was that infamous pool ski-jumping incident. John Peaker's "The Wayward Life and Times of a Dipsy Doodle Dandy" details a book's worth of entertaining ...more
Paperback, 92 pages
Published March 18th 2011 by Createspace
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Sep 13, 2011 rated it really liked it
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If a reader ever needs a pick-me-up, this is the go-to book. The author writes with wit and hilarity-the only way to describe his style of writing. He can make the reader imagine that he/she was there witnessing the whole, at times, sordid scene. The author holds nothing back...literally. He tells his tales with brutal and surprising honesty.

The book follows the author through the 1950's and 1960's, a reader not from that time period will find the book ev
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