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By a widely published author and the father of three children and one kicking and screaming Inner Child that refuses to go to sleep or to grow up, this book imagines:

--What if a child, asked to go the f**k to sleep by its father, could respond in adult language?

--A band of 5000 yogis flown in from India specifically to balance India’s budget deficit by spilling coffee on their laps at 5,000 McDonald’s restaurants.

--A Nuclear Weapons fire sale to help balance America’s deficit

--What does it feel like to send your pet cat to a cat home or cat shelter, or to return a long-dead ex-chicken to an American supermarket?

--The story of an Indian men’s magazine which ran a special Sex Issue, with condoms glued to the inside of the magazine for readers who might be too carnally provoked to search for a condom.

This 28,000-word book of humorous essays and of political, social, and intercultural satire is the author's twelfth book. Kurt Vonnegut called his first novel, "The Revised Kama Sutra," "very funny." It is not a book for children, but for adults who love absurd, satirical, and sometimes sexy humor. Among other things, it pokes fun at outsourcing and at familiar stereotypes about Indians and Americans, besides providing a revised, post-p.c. version of Genesis.

As one magazine’s review of "The Revised Kama Sutra" said, "No sacred cows whatsoever."

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