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Red Green Talks Cars: A Love Story

3.42  ·  Rating details ·  12 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
Red Green, Dougie Franklin, Bill, Harold and the rest of the lodge members have gathered to talk cars.

The Possum Fraternity is here and eager to share hard-won wisdom about this basic life-support system. Red and Harold can help you deal with everything from those bad sounds your car?s been known to make to ?7 Kinds of Smoke—and What They Mean.? Dougie Franklin reveals all
Paperback, 128 pages
Published June 18th 1997 by Prima Lifestyles
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Bookworm Smith
Wow, what an interesting way to approach huge cultural issues such as masculinity, power struggles in a marriage, or environmentalism. Red Green takes on these and many other deep and all encompassing aspects of life through the symbol of a car. Cars seem to be used as the metaphor to delve into deep philosophical arguments, mostly dealing with North American culture. I missed the whole Love Story that was mentioned in the title, but, perhaps that was a narrative too deep for me to catch onto.
Jul 16, 2009 rated it liked it
I can't quite remember where and when I first saw The Red Green Show , but I can tell you exactly where I was when I bought this book (Halifax Stanfield International Airport, Nova Scotia, Canada—probably at Relay Books) and when (late June 1997). I was picking up a little more irrelevant reading material to provide a modicum of distraction from a month-long shedra (Buddhist study and meditation retreat) at Gampo Abbey. The retreat was more life-changing than the book, certainly (I learned ho ...more
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1st Read: March 27, 2008 - April 29, 2008

More than anything, this book was a mainstay in the bathroom. A great read, as it wasn't long and drawn out, or introducing you to characters. There were enough of the short and funny stories from Red Green, that you could always finish a few more of them at another "eventual sitting".
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