Organized chronologically, this book provides a snapshot of the year that was, as viewed through the skewed lens of America's Finest News Source. Volume 13 features all the memorable stories, including "No Jennifer Lopez News Today" and "Starbucks to Begin Sinister 'Phase Two' of Operation." It also includes the entire contents of "The Onion's" ...
Organized chronologically, this book provides a snapshot of the year that was, as viewed through the skewed lens of America's Finest News Source. Volume 13 features all the memorable stories, including "No Jennifer Lopez News Today" and "Starbucks to Begin Sinister 'Phase Two' of Operation." It also includes the entire contents of "The Onion's" widely praised post-September 11 issue. Illustrations throughout.
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Publishers Weekly, 2002-09-01 The Onion, a satirical newspaper known for wrapping its cultural commentary and loony anecdotes in the language of a suburban daily, offers a fourth compilation (after last year's Dispatches from the Tenth Circle) comprising all its stories from October 2000 to October 2001. Something like a USA Today written by stoned, TV-addled teenagers (albeit very smart ones), each issue features a set of short news stories, an informational graphic or two and an op-ed, among other things. The headlines are often so funny in and of themselves that they get traded at cocktail parties in lieu of actual conversation: "First Grade Teacher Apprehends Urinator"; "Asian Man Has Thing For Asian Women"; "Nepotism Passed Off As Synergy." The Onion might be formulaic but the formula works. There are more hard laughs to be found in a weekly edition than in an average sit-com, a standard late night monologue and a typical Adam Sandler vehicle combined. b&w illustrations. (Sept. 24) Copyright 2003 Cahners Business Information.
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