American No-Brainer

American No-Brainer : Truthiness, Justicity, and the Colbertarian Way

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This publication is a survival guide for the remnants of The Colbert Nation...a tool box for those current and future one-percenters who want to spread the WORD of Colbertarianism...a handbook for the Truthiness warriors in the growing struggle between good and evil, i.e., between POPICOC and the insidious Coal Bear Society. If you don't know what we're talking about...these aren't the droids you're looking for. Move along!"show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 60 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 3.56mm | 140.61g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507670826
  • 9781507670828

About Isaac Milhouse Bickerstaff Cmdr

Isaac Milhouse Bickerstaff is a first-time author whose rags-to-riches story is typically American. He was born Jan 20, 1953, at the Bickerstaff family homestead, located a stone's throw from the legendary "Indian Fort" on the outskirts of Franklin, MA to an old pioneer family. His childhood was unremarkable except for a propensity for self-reliant pursuits such as scavenging, clear-cutting, and strip-mining. After high-school graduation, he attended the Hollywood Business College and Academy of Secretarial Sciences. He was working his way through school by means of a series of part-time jobs when he came upon a recruitment notice for donors at a local sperm bank. So he answered the ad and thought that he'd give it a try. The rest, as they say, is history. By the time Isaac Milhouse Bickerstaff graduated (with honors) from HBCASS, he had sufficient capital to move into this explosive industry full-time, acquiring a controlling interest in his former employer, the sperm bank, merging it with his flourishing private agency. Within two years, he had expanded to a network of sperm banks and contract agencies in 14 States and two Canadian Provinces. Even though management of all the labs, offices, and storage facilities were consolidated into a holding company that required his full time attention, he still found time to keep his hand in (so to speak) the day-to-day donor activities. He sold the business to an up-and-coming conglomerate, and it became the largest and most profitable division of The Prescott Group. Bickerstaff took his millions to Florida and became a "developer" - turning former swampland into the largest gated mixed-use commercial-industrial-residential community in the southeast, Loco Raton. It was there in Florida that his political consciousness began to develop. Continued exposure to the un-American obstructivism of governmental agencies, labor unions, and environmental do-gooders opened his eyes to the ever-present erosive dangers facing our true American way of life. His natural red-white-and-blue conservative predilection blossomed once he achieved one-percenter status. Sadly, the cretinist conversations and muddled monologues of Fox News failed to hold his attention, but once he was exposed to The Colbert Report, he knew that he had to help keep its flame of brilliance more