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This is a book that BELONGS on your coffee table 31 octobre 2013
Par Jack Wolfe - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
There are some books that are just perfect for your Kindle or iPad or whatever tablet you happen to be using.

This is not that book.

The De-Textbook is meant to be held in your hands and brushed against your rugged, manly beard (advice for men). It is meant to be softly caressed against your smooth, silky thighs and legs (advice for women.. and some men). When you hold this book in your hands, you'll feel the same things you felt when you made love for the first time: dizzy, confused, and unsure why you woke up in a zoo alone. And as if that's not enough, the book serves as a great self-defense weapon. It's not big and heavy enough to knock out a potential home intruder, but it will stun him for a second. And if you're lucky and he picks it up after you've thrown it at him, it will keep him entertained for hours.

That's just the outside of the book. The inside is equally as impressive. Yes, it does contain a bunch of text that already exists on Cracked.com (you didn't think you'd be getting 100% brand new material while the editorial staff still has to program the most visited comedy website on a daily basis, did you?!). But it's much, much more than that. The textbook-style way that the book is organized is genius. You'll not only laugh and learn, you'll have nostalgic memories of all the time you spent in detention and in the janitor's windowless van. Also, all of the images and illustrations - and there are A LOT of them - are completely original.

This book represents a chance for you to take a little bit of David Wong, Jack O'Brien, Dan O'Brien and all the others everywhere that you go. All that for just about $13. To quote Eddie Murphy in the early 80's doing an impression of a guy who owns a Chinese restaurant: what a bargain.

So don't listen to all of those 1-star reviews whining about how the version on the Kindle doesn't look like a scene out of Jeff Bezos' nightly wet dream. Buy the book. Hold it in your lubed up hands. And go have some more fun at the zoo.
54 internautes sur 64 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Dick-Spankingly Hilarious! 30 octobre 2013
Par J. Selman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
I've been a fan of Cracked for the last several years. The site has always provided hilarious and educational content, and every time they step their toes into the literary world is another blessing in disguise. The De-Textbook, much like Cracked's first book, is an amazingly well-done collection of information with beautiful graphics and charts that makes the book something you'd really want to display on your living room coffee table. I don't know so much about the apparently faulty Kindle version of this book, but the physical version does not disappoint. Thankfully, pages can be turned! All in all, you really should buy this, the physical version at least. 5 stars.
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For the Kindle Readers Out There 29 octobre 2013
Par Mark Eremite - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Cracked.com is probably one of the best humor websites out there, and not just because it's funny. It also seeks to educate ("It's funny because it's true!"), and the amount of interesting and counter-intuitive information the website has gathered is staggering. It's even more staggering when you consider that a whole lot of it contradicts things we've been taught for years both in school and via the ol' "heard it somewhere" method of education.

Much like Cracked's previous book, You Might Be a Zombie and Other Bad News: Shocking but Utterly True Facts, this is mostly just a compendium of stuff website devotees have already read online, with the material organized according to subject matter. I don't have a problem with the rehashed information, though. It's nice to have it cataloged and so easily accessible, and it's totally understandable to want to make a little coin off of the hard work they've been handing out for free. With the goal of disabusing readers of "facts" that the school's (and general life experience) tend to get wrong, the book is a treasure trove of interesting material presented with a casual, usually hilarious flair (and not without its small share of colorful language). It's a great book, and you should get it.

The actual book, I mean.

Avoid the Kindle version, for which I give a grouchy two stars. YOU MIGHT BE A ZOMBIE was modified like most books for Kindle, making it easy to read, resize the text, and even search for terms or highlight portions of the book. For some utterly baffling reason, this book has appeared to have been sent to Kindles in what I think is plain old PDF format, which means that it appears on the screen as a microscopic snapshot of each page. You can enlarge the pages, but this doesn't make things a lot easier, because the book refuses to be read in profile mode and is only accessible in landscape format, which means when you magnify it, you end up with a few small corners of each paragraph. You also cannot search for terms or highlight portions of the text.

I'm not sure why this is the case, but I think part of it has something to do with the fact that the book (like the website) is meant to have illustrations and accompanying pictures, but the Kindle version has none. This by itself would just be bummer, except that the PDF format means that there are still giant blank spaces where the pictures should go, and even picture captions, but nothing to actually look at, making the whole enlarging/navigation aspect of the book even more troublesome.

If, in the (hopefully near) future, they reformat the book and send it out to Kindles in a proper form, this review would leap up to five stars, but since this incredibly popular format of the novel is pretty much unreadable as it is, I'm afraid this negative review will have to stand as a warning to other die-hard Kindle fans.
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My teachers were idiots 30 octobre 2013
Par Drogbareader - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
Cracked.com's new book is great. I just got it today and I spent several hours going through the pages, and really I don't see how you could be disappointed. On top of all of the hilarious information, you can see how much effort went into the formatting and just making this book pretty. It's something you'll really want to have on hand, because it's pretty much the literary-version of a diamond, if that makes any sense. It's pretty, it's cool, it's funny and it's educational, and unless you're a hardass for the occasional use of profanity, then there's no reason why you wouldn't like the physical copy of this book.

Support good comedy, support written comedy, support educational comedy, because if we don't we're going to end up with 9GAG and Buzzfeed publishing books, and that won't be very fun.
23 internautes sur 30 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
I recommend buying the actual book 30 octobre 2013
Par little girl - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
My boyfriend gave me a copy for my birthday because he knows I'm an avid reader of Cracked. I've seen plenty of bad reviews about how the kindle version doesn't work. Disregarding that, I can say that I do recommend this book because the content is absolutely humorous!
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