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If you don't like evidence based literature
on 26 December 2016
If you don't like evidence based literature, love a good conspiracy, can suspend your disbelief indefinitely and have space in your brain for complete and utter tosh like this, go for it. Otherwise it can be of use in twenty different and ingenious ways - 1. "It's so bad, it's good" type entertainment, a la Comical Ali during the American invasion of Iraq. 2. At 459 pages, doorstop potential is encouraging. 3. Short people may also find it useful to stand on when reaching for objects just an inch or two out of reach. 4. Teachers and Lecturers can employ the volume as a missile, to re-engage students staring out of the window. 5. A useful BBQ starter, albeit not in Kindle form 6. Bedding material for a small, pet rodent, such as a hamster or guinea pig. Assuming of course, that neither can read & subsequently reject the bedding, preferring to be cold rather than be surrounded by such nonsense. 7. A gift. For somebody you don't like, with an intensity that would melt steel. 8. Emergency toilet paper. Although your bum may flinch at the absurdity of it all. 9. Public transport seat keeper. Leave the book on your seat when you have to nip to the loo, or the buffet car. Worse case scenario - it's pinched, and the thief will live to regret it, as he may well accidently read a page or two - that's minutes of his life he'll never see again. 10. Struggling author motivation - if tat like this gets published, there is hope for all struggling authors everywhere. Keep plugging away! 11. Dog chew. At 459 pages, it would need a determined, sizeable and frankly stupid dog, but the chew potential is certainly there. 12. Firelighter. One page at a time, carefully torn out and rolled, can serve to transfer flame from where it is to where it's needed. Added benefit that pages can be torn out randomly, as it will not effect the quality of the read. In fact, it would improve it immeasurably. 13. Emergency comedy wrapping paper. Will not only wrap small gifts, but will provide hilarious entertainment to the recipient as they read before unwrapping. 14. Paperweight. A surprisingly weighty tome, it can keep your loose papers under control, whilst making them read a whole lot better in comparison to the paperweight. 15. Insomniac, tablet-free treatment. However, there is a serious risk that the unintentional humour of the chapters will keep your rapt attention & you'll find yourself finishing the book half n hour before your 6:30AM alarm goes off. So be aware and use responsibly. 16. Divorce initiator. If your marriage is a bit rocky, leave this book - or even better, several copies of it - where your other half can see it. Rave about it's accuracy & the fact that it was such as shame the Germans didn't win WWII, as the world would be such a better place without democracy. You need a decent divorce lawyer at the same time. 17. Junk mail stopper. Place book in your letter-box. It's size will mean your post will not be able to fit through the slot. With a bit of luck, the postman may also take the book away with him. 18 Recycling target hitter. You have to recycle some of your waste. Your neighbours are way ahead of you, recycling far more than you do. In order to keep up with the Jonese, bulk up your recycling by adding this book to the receptacle. Shredding it first will increase the volume significantly, as well as performing a great service to mankind by reducing copies of the book by one. 19. Wheel chocks. If you live on a steep hill, you can use a copy to keep the wheels in position and stop the car rolling away. However, the danger here is that you would need another copy for the other wheel. Having said that, any Joseph P Farrell work would do. 20. Cruelty free duck shooting. Instead of lovely ducks, get the book catapulted into the air at a rapid rate of knots and attempt to shoot it out of the sky. Ducks worldwide would be grateful, readers worldwide would be protected and the author continues to sell and gains royalties. A win-win-win situation, I'm sure you'll agree.