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Death to All Cheerleaders : One Adolescent Journalist's Cheerful Diatribe…

by Marty Beckerman

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0970062907, Paperback)

Adolescent culture in America has degenerated to an all-time low. Fickle pretensions, capricious brand name loyalties and plain old idiocy are infesting high schools throughout the nation more now than ever before.

But 17-year-old Alaskan humorist Marty Beckerman has risen like a phoenix from the sordid ashes of his generation. Utilizing a vicious wit and incredible gift for the heartless ridicule of others, Beckerman shows in "Death to All Cheerleaders" just how much greater the World might be if we were to simply get rid of all its worthless people.

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