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3.5  ·  Rating details ·  2 Ratings  ·  1 Review
"A David Raffin Sampler (a feast of appetizers)" is a free ebook. It features excerpts from other books by David Raffin, including previously unreleased material.

It includes items from "Rhyme or Treason (the hard fought illusion of choice)"; "Perils of Free Thought (a book of no small danger)"; "Drugs, Sex, & Bicycling"; and "Bouquet of Thorns (tragic stories disguis
ebook, 44 pages
Published November 23rd 2012 by Vision? Nary!
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Nov 23, 2012 rated it it was ok
Although the humour about the Kennedy assassination is probably akin to jokes about Lincoln having a bad time at the theater, Raffin's political satire is mind-blowing. If I could rate the selections separately, "More Than One Day in the Life of Igor Igoravitch," originally from the book Rhyme or Treason, would get 4.5 stars out of 5. Some of the other selections did not amuse me as much and dimmed the brilliance of the sampler as a whole. However, it was free and I appreciated the opportunity t ...more
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Contributor to Funny Times, Rosebud magazine, etc.

Edited the journal Vision? Nary!, of which MAXIMUMROCK'N'ROLL said:
"A sarcastic, funny magazine that takes it to you with humor about the general fucked-up-ness of America- down home heartland America"

These people said the following about David Raffin:

"A cross between Garrison Keillor and Salvador Dali."
– The Northwest Examiner

"Intelligent, humoro