I just bought Rivethead again, probably the fifth or sixth time. You never get it back when you lend it to people. Not only is this book hilarious and bitingly witty, it is a brilliant look at how work screws you up. I first read it when working in an industrial packaging factory, no where near as brutal as the rivetline at GM, but there's so much you can relate to. Anyone who's ever worked in a factory, anyone who wonders why ordinary Americans are as they are needs to, no MUST, read this book. Better than anything Michael Moore has written, sorry that Ben Hamper is no longer writing.
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