In his latest book, self proclaimed expert on everything, Jim Griffin shares his vast knowledge on the subject of dealing with unique circumstances. Do you know what you can do to increase your chances of making it through an alien abduction? Did you ever wonder what you should do if you meet a ghost, a vampire, or Bigfoot? Do you know what to do if sharks infest your swimming pool? Well Jim does, and in this book he will help guide you through these difficult situations, and many more. This book takes a satirical and informative look at a genre that might seem more suited for late night talk radio, than a best selling book. Nevertheless, this book is destined to become one of the all-time greatest bathroom reads. Although it may not help to cure your constipation, it will certainly help you to pass the time. In addition to being the great tome of knowledge that it is, this book is also perfectly sized to prop up your computer monitor, level off your coffee table, or even squish spiders. But if you decide to actually read this book, you may find that you were not alone in thinking that someone should have come up with these ideas long ago. Jim Griffin was born in Westfield, Massachusetts in 1967, but he grew up in Portland, Oregon. After graduating from Franklin High School in 1985, he spent the next four years serving in the United States Marine Corps, and was honorably discharged with the rank of Corporal. After more than fifteen years in the oil industry, he went back to school and earned a degree in management. Jim currently resides in rural Columbia County, a distant suburb of Portland, Oregon.Some experts say that by avoiding the areas that are known hotbeds for alien activity, a person can reduce their ... The converse of this is also true, if you spend any amount of time in a trailer park, on a lonely desert highway, ... And my answer usually is, aquot;Yes, havena#39;t you been paying attention to what Ia#39;ve been saying?
|Title||:||How to Survive an Alien Abduction|
|Publisher||:||Dog Ear Publishing - 2008-12|