The Slice: Information with an Attitude! (As Featured in Willamette Week)

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First edition - a paperback original. Signed by author without inscription. A nice copy. 1990 Trade Paperback. We have more books available by this author!. 118 pp. Real life questions--low life answers. Haunted by trivial puzzles? Sleepless over life's great mysteries? If The Slicer can't find the answer, she'll invent a theory. Why do men have nipples? How do they type the little "m's" on each M&M? How does the space shuttle toilet really work? How do you rope a housefly? When do you applaud at the ballet? What shape is an opossum's penis? and why? What buck stops here? Does saltpeter reduce the human sex drive? Why are TV commercials so much louder than the programs? Why does women's clothing fasten in the opposite direction from men's clothing? Did your question to "The Slice" make it into this book? The Slice answers these and dozens of other questions that appeared originally in Williamette Week, the Northwest's prize-winning alternative newspaper.
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English
Publication Year
1989
ISBN
9780962451300

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"The Slice: Information with an Attitude! Notes: First edition - a paperback original. A nice copy. 1990 Trade Paperback. We have more books available by this author! Haunted by trivial puzzles?. Sleepless over life's great mysteries?."
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