Our Dumb Century
The Onion Presents 100 Years of Headlines for America's Finest News Source
By (author) Scott Dikkers
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Our Dumb Century by Scott Dikkers
Book DescriptionDefinitely not for the easily offended, "Our Dumb Century" was a "New York Times" #1 bestseller chronicling 100 years of American history with dry humor and cynicism. This Miniature Edition distills the brilliant wit and satire of the original from "America's Finest News Source.""
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Book DetailsISBN: 9780762418664
(76mm x 64mm x 32mm)
Imprint: Running Press Miniature Editions
Publisher: Running Press
Publish Date: 21-Apr-2004
Country of Publication: United States
Books By Author Scott Dikkers
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Destined for Destiny, Paperback (April 2008)» View all books by Scott Dikkers
Repackaged in paperback just in time for the 2008 primaries, the hilarious faux presidential memoir of George W. Bush, from the creators of the Weekly Radio Address, the satirical presidential podcast featured on TheOnion.com-for readers of America, Bushisms, and The Onion.
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Author Biography - Scott Dikkers
Started by two University of Wisconsin undergraduates in 1988, The Onion began as an alternative newspaper in Madison, originally meant to parody both "USA Today" and the nearby "Oshkosh Northwestern." While some believe "The Onion" got its name from the slang for a juicy news story, it was actually named when the two founders were short on cash and eating onion sandwiches. In 1995, Dikkers shifted the focus of the paper to a straight news parody and found the voice for which "The Onion" is known today. In 1996 "The Onion" made an unprecedented launch into cyberspace, and theonion.com soon became one of the nation s most heavily visited websites. "The Onion" has been called surprising and sublime by "New Yorker" magazine and genius by the "Chicago Tribune.""
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