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The Sixty Greatest Conspiracies of All Time:
Is this book funny in a "1001 Jokes for Toastmasters" kind of way? Certainly not. And if one-hundredth of its contents actually come to pass, I suggest you make plans to move to the moon. Of course, if your sense of humor tends towards the black--as the authors' do--you'll think it's an unmitigated laugh riot. After all, what could be funnier than J. Edgar Hoover in a dress? This book does an excellent job of giving you the background that the X-Files assumes you already have--who are the Pleiadians, and why are they mutilating my cattle? With grim good humor, this book is an excellent primer for a topic that actively resists rational discourse, much less cogency. The authors are funny, witty, and keep a bit of skeptical distance from the topic at hand without dismissing it. [via]