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A short, pithy take on dealing with dumb people from a conservative perspective....

Title : fetch my latte sharing feelings with stupid people
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ISBN : 20415122
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 104 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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fetch my latte sharing feelings with stupid people Reviews

  • Anthony
    2019-05-08 00:12

    Although this is little less than a collection of his tweets, Kurt Schlicter weaves a consistent narratives on the trials of dealing with idiots on social media, courtesy of the swath of ignorant hatred he receives in his twitter feed. Funny and depressing all the same time, "Fetch My Latte" is a pertinent reminder that technology is both a blessing and a curse, when it comes to sharing ideas...especially when said ideas are the mental excrement of leftists with too much time on their hands.

  • Ty Beard
    2019-05-19 20:01

    This book is glorious. And Kurt Schlichter is one magnificent bastard. FML is the most densely packed silo of liberal mockery material that I've ever encountered. Below are some randomly chosen quotes:"So we keep borrowing. You dumbass young people voted for Obama. You can live like debt slaves atoning for it. Where's my pension, bitches?""Hi Young Liberal Voter: Raising my taxes doesn't hurt me. I raise my prices. It hurts you, especially by making sure you never get affluent. Ironic sad trombone!"As these quotes are representative of the remainder of the book, it is obviously very highly recommended.

  • Beth
    2019-05-18 22:47

    He insults women he dislikes by calling them ugly and men he dislikes by comparing them to women. But when he's not acting like a 14 yr old frustrated virgin trying to get in good with the he-man woman hating jock crowd, he can be funny, witty, and sometimes even insightful. For conservative audiences only.

  • Earlean Browne
    2019-05-24 22:58

    Stupid or uninformed?Stupid folks often act and speak from a lack of accurate information. More important to inform them than to address their feelings. Most of them already know their uninformed status, but too often information brings with it hopelessness, so remaining uninformed is more comfortable.