Sunday, March 04, 2007

For You Kevin Barrett Groupies

For those of you who have $5.98 burning a hole in your pocket ($14.99 if you want the paperback) Kevin Barrett has his autobiography, titled Truth Jihad: My Epic Struggle Against the 9/11 Big Lie posted on Lulu.com. I haven't shelled over the dough yet, but from reading the preview it looks like a real page turner.




















You can find out all sorts of interesting things about Kevin. Like, did you know he used to be in two punk bands? Kevin also used to host wine parties in his motor home by buying cheap spoiled wine at a local food warehouse, and he impressed women by telling them he was good friends with Francis Ford Coppola. How can you not be impressed with our truth seeking jihadist after reading such an inspiring story? The book even includes a joke section, which finally answers the question what that "9/11 humor" event involved at the 9/11 Accountability Conference. Unfortunately all the jokes appear to be nothing more than old stale Clinton jokes from the 90's with the names changed.

Does appearing once on the O'Reilly Factor really make you such a celebrity figure that your life is deserving of an autobiography? Maybe that college study I quoted the other day on narcissism should expand the study to include college professors?

And for all you loyal Screw Loose Change fans, sorry to disappoint you, but "Fighting for the Truth: The Epic Battles of a 9/11 Debunker" is still far from publication.

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11 Comments:

At 04 March, 2007 20:35, Blogger 911_truthiness said...

And don't forget required reading for all in the 911 Truth Movement....
911 For Dummies
Small word and no complex science so it's easy to understand.

 
At 04 March, 2007 22:49, Blogger Unknown said...

Did you see Kevin's Dad's obit. from 2000?: Peter Barrett

 
At 04 March, 2007 23:59, Blogger Der Bruno Stroszek said...

So the slant of the book is "I used to be an inveterate liar, always on the make, always looking for a new scam, until I discovered Holocaust denial and the 9/11 Truth movement!" Mmm.

 
At 05 March, 2007 01:46, Blogger Critical_Thinker said...

LOL! That's one funny ass book cover.

 
At 05 March, 2007 07:31, Blogger CHF said...

My Epic Struggle

As if he's been fighting house-to-house in New York City against Bush's death squads these past few years. Capture, torture, a daring escape....

What a drama queen!

 
At 05 March, 2007 10:04, Blogger PhilBiker said...

Why does he need to make it "Epic". As far as I can tell it should just be "My Struggle".

Hey, google "Inside Job Death Star" for a funny parody on the 911 truth kook movement.

 
At 05 March, 2007 10:17, Blogger Alex said...

Why does he need to make it "Epic". As far as I can tell it should just be "My Struggle".

Because then it'd be kinda hard to market in German.

At least this way it translates to "Mein Epischer Kampf".

 
At 05 March, 2007 14:12, Blogger The Artistic Macrophage said...

One word - KOOK!!!!!

 
At 05 March, 2007 15:54, Blogger shawn said...

Why do all vanity published books have such awful covers?

 
At 05 March, 2007 17:51, Blogger Alex said...

He looks like he should be wearing a safety helmet and oven mitts.

 
At 05 March, 2007 19:20, Blogger Triterope said...

I love how both reviews are from the publisher.

 

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