Comic History of the United States: Humor

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  1. History Lover’s Cheer Anyone with an understanding of US history and a decent sense of humor will find it very difficult to not inwardly chuckle and at times to actually laugh out loud!The take on the foibles of the early discoverers (whose success was lasting as what the discovered tended to stay that way) to the founding of the US republic and beyond are filled with details upon which lightness of thought caused more than a nodding smile of approval!

  2. Not my cup of tea As a history buff with at least some sense of humor, I had high hopes for this. The free Kindle edition is 2,622 locations long.Unfortunately, I didn’t find myself chuckling. I’m sure the humor would have worked better in past years. At this point, it was just boring and not funny.Still, as the two 4 star reviews show, this might be your cup of tea, and it’s free, so give it a shot.

  3. HEADLINER The low reviews are amazing. I found this to be one of the funniest books written regardless of whether it was written by Bill Guy The Science Guy or by some dude living in Florida who happens to have the same name. The book is not truncated at all so for those who missed the Punch (so to speak) just missed it. If you happen to laugh out loud and long when reading Wodehouse this might be a read you’ll enjoy. 

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