Throw away your desire to be happy and your ability to make sense of anything that happens to you in your dull, long, and tiring life and take a journey into th much less exceptional-than-he-thinks mind of self-proclaimed writer Eric Gallagher with this collection of over eighty poems, doodles, and stories. As you read, you may catch yourself saying things like, 'Who the hell is Eric Gallagher,' 'What's his point,' and, 'I'm hungry, I wonder what I should eat tonight.' That last on might not be brought on by this book, but there is a pretty good chance that someone somewhere will get hungry as they're reading this book. People get hungry at least three times a day, maybe more.
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