Let's Explore Diabetes With OwlseBook - 2013
A friend in the ghetto
If I ruled the world
Just a quick e-mail
A guy walks into a bar car
I break for traditional marriage
Understanding understanding owls
#2 to go
Health-care freedoms and why I want my country back
Now hiring friendly people
Day in, day out
Mind the gap
A cold case
The happy place
From the critics
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As a child I assumed that when I reached adulthood, I would have grown-up thoughts. By this I meant that I would stop living in a fantasy world; that while standing in line for a hamburger or my shot at the ATM, I would not daydream about befriending a gorilla or inventing a pill that would make hair waterproof.
"Exposing yourself to a girl is one thing. Doing it to a boy, though-the guy would have to be perverted."
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A collection of essays as well as a few fictional letters and a poem - a mashup of writings. The essays are about Sedaris's childhood, and life traveling as a writer and living now in England. Funny, touching, and smart.
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