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Beefsquad by Mopey Tutter Price verified 5 hours ago

BORN TO RAID SOUTH IS A FUCK Free Em All 1859 I am john brown 410,747,864,530 DEAD CONFEDERATES "When rogue artificial animal flesh evolved, escaped containment and colonized our planet, killing billions, that was a very bad thing, and we shouldn't let that happen again." The New York Times' Kricholas Nistof came to such an insightful conclusion in his recent book, The M3AT Disaster. Beefsquad's account of that calamity is less astute, owing perhaps to all the suckfucking, fucksucking and robots. But the story is essentially the same: a bunch of podcasters versus a beefy apocalypse and a wet president. "They say, folks, they tell me my works -- I have the best works. Look, look up -- check out my works, folks. Isn't it great? Don't we love it? We love it. My works are mighty. Never let them tell you my works aren't mighty." -President of America Ronald Gunt Beefsquad is an epic tale with many winding tendrils. There is M3AT, a meatgod, Earth's prospective exterminator. There is Abaddon the Destructor, Lord of the Bottomless Pit, who shows up around chapter twenty. But more important are our heroes, the podcasters: Bill Winnower, Lucky Honest, Ros Rime, Mort Crassman and Dante Arkansas of Escobar Drug Den. Savvy Herakles, Mick Sullen and Ian Smith of Semen City. And on the West Coast... Man Darlin, Def Z. Javis, Sponsor Shoulderton and Bob Cobb of Darlinville. Talk Awkwardman, Tom K. Paulkins, Dandy Weakly and Mason Zantoukas of Humor Toot! Toot! Separately, and sometimes together, these disparate bands must overcome rampaging beef, racism, the dipshit Gunt family, murderous androids, lizard people and a few zombies. Can the world be saved? Is it worth saving? Not really but what else were they gonna do. Allies abound -- bodybuilders, Puerto Ricans, Max Payne, Elan Husk (sort of), and a conman -- but enemies are everywhere: Cowed Boys, Zorg Fuckerberg, RaceBook and the rest of Silicate Vale, an incorporated man, a guy with two swords, Jeffrey Epstein and ...

Genre: Humor & Satire [x]
Length: 773 Pages (2,371 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Oct 1st, 2020

Don of the Q: An American Don Quixote for the Atomic Age by Michael Guillebeau (Madison Press) 4.4 Stars (25 Reviews)    Price verified 25 minutes ago

Suppose all the monsters in our dark modern world were fought by one innocent man in this angry, funny cross between Dr. Strangelove and The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. "Readers should prepare for a wild ride with a lot of laughter. Don of the Q is highly recommended as an original, involving read that pushes the boundaries of comedy, stormy relationships, and social commentary alike." - D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review "Don of the Q is a much-needed book in these times. It's relevant, diverse, feminist, and LGBTQ-friendly... In this quick and unputdownable read, the American Quixote and his friends touch hearts while being witty." - Risah Salazar, Reader's Favorite Reviews "Broaches big ideas in bite size pieces and embraces the simplicity of dreamers and madmen." - Greg Sapp, author of the "Holidazed" satires "makes my soul smile... a lot." - Mad Wilson "Straight to the heart of the truth, without any clothes on the Emperor himself... Love it!" -- Li Tian, PhD, author of WESTBOUND: A MEMOIR: MY JOURNEY FROM BEIJING TO NEW YORK CITY Don is a clerk in the Quick Stop convenience store with a problem: he suddenly can't remember his past or what he's doing here. He thinks maybe he's an angel sent on a mission. With Sancha, his only friend and fellow clerk, Don and Sancha of the Q set out on a quest to do some good and find out why he's here. Maybe it has something to do with the stolen atomic bomb in Don Q's basement. Maybe.

Genre: Humor & Satire [x]
Length: 342 Pages (1,885 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Oct 1st, 2020
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