A 2006 desktop calendar that bears a striking resemblance to the #1 New York Times bestseller, America (The Book)!Due to reports that America (The Book) contained too much -laugh-out-loud+* humor packed into one volume, Jon Stewart and the writers of The Daily Show have mercifully broken it down into 365 daily bite-sized comedy morsels for the 2006 desktop calendar.How to operate AMERICA (THE CALENDAR):Step One:Remove AMERICA (THE CALENDAR) from packaging.Step Two:Swing open the calendar+s back leg until it snaps into place. One snap means it is properly in place. Two snaps means you broke it. In the event of three snaps, report the calendar to the Better Business Bureau.Step Three:Read today+s entry. If reading the calendar at work, chuckle loud enough to pique coworkers+ interest/ jealousy.Step Four:Once today passes, tear the page off, crumple it up, toss it in the garbage and don+t look back. You can never look back.Step Five:Repeat steps three and four daily until the year ends.
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• A new introduction by the authors
• Supreme Court Justices John Roberts and Samuel Alito--nude! • Totally updated ISBN number!
• American-style democracy is the world's most beloved form of government, which explains why so many other nations are eager for us to impose it on them. But what is American democracy?
Amazon.com ExclusivesFeaturing a foreword by Thomas Jefferson, a Dress the Supreme Court layout, and, oddly enough, a profile of George "The Iceman" Gervin, America (The Book): A Citizen's Guide to Democracy Inaction, from Jon Stewart and the writers of the Emmy Award-winning The Daily Show, is by far one the most irreverent and wittiest (and may we add smartest) political book you're likely to encounter. Amazon.com spoke with Jon Stewart a few days before the 2004 publication of America (The Book) and they discussed bald eagles, magical talking cats, Thor Heyerdahl, and much more
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