Ever had someone tell you just a little too much about himself? Meet Eric Broder, who made a habit of doing thisain the newspaper! Certain classic elements make a humor column irresistible. Workplace humiliation, weird food, rotten vacations, cats getting rubdowns, sex machines, raging self-delusion, enraged babies, at-risk squirrels, and of course pitiful date fantasies with Madonna and Katarina Wittapure catnip to the modern reader. At least, that is, if you judge by the regular readers of Broderas aThe Great Indoorsa newspaper column. Between 1987 and 1996, Eric Broder captivated and even astonished readers of Clevelandas alternative weeklies with just such intimate and rarely believable details from his own remarkable life. And he did it with remarkable style. In fact, Broderas writing style has been said to recall an unholy combination of Dave Barry, Barry White, Dr. Laura, Super Joe Charboneau, Walt Disney, and former Pittsburgh Steeler linebacker Jack Lambert. This book is a treasure sure to be cherished throughout the millenium. Or at least to be left in the bathroom until it gets too mildewed to pick up. Either way, it will change your life.I scramble the eggs and stick the hamburger on a Finast or Heritage House bun. ... Thata#39;s how you cook. ... strapped for time), and a little subtle sprinkle of the dehydrated onions and brown powder of Liptona#39;s Onion Soup Mix, which gives it aanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Great Indoors|
|Publisher||:||Gray & Company, Publishers - 1999-11-01|