The world is crazy, but maybe my humor book, The Little Things DO Suck!, will help you forget about the big stuff for a bit–maybe while you’re on the toilet, at the doctor’s office, or waiting for your flight.
Check it out! (It even has two 5-star ratings).
Though it had a premiere on January 21, Charlie Chaplin’s The Kid hit theaters on this day, in 1921.
It starred Chaplin–who wrote, produced, and edited the film, as well. It was also Chaplin’s first feature-length film as director.
James Joyce was born on this day, in 1882.
And his door-stopping novel, Ulysses, was published (in a single book form)–on this day, in 1922. It was originally serialized in the magazine, The Little Review.
During the War of 1812, British forces burned down the Capital Building–and its 3,000 volume library.
Thomas Jefferson sold Congress his own collection–which consisted of over 6,500 volumes–thus insuring that the future United States would continue to have a Library of Congress.
Prolific writer–and self-described agnostic mythic–Robert Anton Wilson was born on this day, in 1932.
“Only the madman is absolutely sure.”
Today, in 1978, over 900 people died from mass suicide-murder, under the leadership of Reverend Jim Jones.
My humor book–The Little Things DO Suck!–is now available in a new edition. If you are annoyed by some of the things people do, then you will find many things in this book they you can relate to–and maybe even some you’re guilty of.
A great bathroom reader, or if you just need to waste some time.
You can find it on multiple formats: