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Jacoby
29-04-2006, 06:31 AM
Alphabet of Manliness (http://www.alphabetofmanliness.com)

As you all (should) know, Maddox is coming out with his book, Alphabet of Manliness, this June and it will rock your tits clean off.

If you don't know who Maddox is, I can give you a short bio. He started the Greenpeace foundation in 1972 and is a key lobbist for the feminism plight in the United States. He was born in 1982, and in 1983 he beat up King Kong (pictured on cover of book) and saved the nation of Japan forever. He also shot Abraham Lincoln. Just cus.


Seriously, though. This guy is pretty damn funny and I can not wait to read through the book he's been writing for the past three years. Poke around the site for his book, and if you're interested, preorder it on Amazon for less than 10 dollars! I already did. Because ten dollars is not a lot of dollars.

Oh, Maddox is also responsible for "The Best Damn Page in the Universe" (http://maddox.xmission.com/)

I know some of you already know who he is.

Discuss his awesomeness.

Scott
29-04-2006, 08:37 AM
I'm looking forward to it, and will probably have to import it since nothing good ever comes out over here.
I'm also keen on picking up 'I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell' by Tucker Max. I've been a fan of his site since I found it a year ago.

Liam
29-04-2006, 09:02 AM
Mine is on pre-order, and has been for quite a while :)

Some of the 'secret' pages on his website are great too. Try and find the one that documents his experience of drinking tabasco sauce.

kingdumbass
29-04-2006, 09:44 AM
That son of a bitch Maddox STOLE some of my ideas!
I am convinced of it.

I used to have a website (around 2001) that was EXACTLY like his. I would post rants that were quite similar, and often bitched about the same topics as him. Well, one day, my site got taken down, as Geocities learned that I was violating various user rules (such as posting pirated pornography).

Anyway, a few months later, I find out about Maddox. The bastard was doing the same schtick that I had been, and becoming famous for it. And now he has a damn BOOK DEAL. That fucker!

Now, I'm not really saying that he stole from me. I'm just saying that he got the same idea as me at around the same time, and I'm annoyed and jealous that his project took off, whereas mine was wiped out by those bastards at Geocities. They get ONE threat of a lawsuit, and totally bail on their customers!

This pisses me off almost as much as the time that Al Gore stole my idea for the internet.

Jacoby
29-04-2006, 07:54 PM
I'm looking forward to it, and will probably have to import it since nothing good ever comes out over here.
I'm also keen on picking up 'I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell' by Tucker Max. I've been a fan of his site since I found it a year ago.

Yeah Tucker Max is pretty awesome, I've only read about two of his stories so far. I love the breathalizer story. Hilarious.

acliff
30-04-2006, 12:05 PM
That son of a bitch Maddox STOLE some of my ideas!
I am convinced of it.

I used to have a website (around 2001) that was EXACTLY like his. I would post rants that were quite similar, and often bitched about the same topics as him. Well, one day, my site got taken down, as Geocities learned that I was violating various user rules (such as posting pirated pornography).

Anyway, a few months later, I find out about Maddox. The bastard was doing the same schtick that I had been, and becoming famous for it. And now he has a damn BOOK DEAL. That fucker!

Now, I'm not really saying that he stole from me. I'm just saying that he got the same idea as me at around the same time, and I'm annoyed and jealous that his project took off, whereas mine was wiped out by those bastards at Geocities. They get ONE threat of a lawsuit, and totally bail on their customers!

This pisses me off almost as much as the time that Al Gore stole my idea for the internet.

I think the difference is that you're not funny. Thanks for playing.

kingdumbass
30-04-2006, 12:24 PM
I was waiting for someone to say that....

acliff
30-04-2006, 01:34 PM
Happy to oblige mate.

Jacoby
30-04-2006, 11:12 PM
Yeah, I've been reading Tucker Max' website a lot in the past few days (thanks Scott!) and I have to buy his book, too.

JCena
07-05-2006, 05:33 AM
I have mine pre ordered on amazon already