Uncle John's Endlessly Engrossing Bathroom Reader (Uncle John's Bathroom Reader)

Uncle John's Endlessly Engrossing Bathroom Reader (Uncle John's Bathroom Reader)

Bathroom Readers' Institute

Language: English

Pages: 540

ISBN: 1607100363

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


The BRI’s 22nd all-new edition—Uncle John’s Endlessly Engrossing Bathroom Reader—is like reading several books all rolled into one: a history book, a weird news anthology, a science text, a dictionary, a how-to manual, a sports magazine, a joke book…and the list goes on and on. Since 1987, the Bathroom Readers’ Institute has led the movement to stand up for those who sit down and read in the bathroom (and everywhere else for that matter). With more than 11 million books in print, the Uncle John’s Bathroom Reader series is the longest-running, most popular series of its kind in the world.

Where else could you learn about the lost cloud people of Peru, the world’s first detective, and the history of surfing? Uncle John rules the world of information and humor, so get ready to be thoroughly entertained. Read all about…

Soda pop flops
Spider farms
England’s Secret UFO Files
Real hillbilly recipes
Webster’s least-wanted words
Super-trains
And much more!

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ACT RAIDERS OF THE LOST PEOPLES THE SKINNY MUSIC…WITHOUT THE MUSIC INDUSTRY KALASHNIKOV PAT & THE HELICOPTER JAILBREAKS BELLE GUNNESS: THE TERROR OF LA PORTE THE DISCOVERY BACKGROUND MORE SUSPICIONS NOT WELL SUITED LAMPHERE THE WOMAN IN THE BASEMENT BUT WAIT! THERE’S MORE! THE AFTERMATH UPDATE HOW TO DO THINGS HOW TO PICK A GOOD COMPUTER PASSWORD HOW TO JUMP-START A CAR HOW TO BOIL AN EGG HOW TO WRITE A THANK-YOU NOTE HOW TO TELL IF A STEAK IS COOKED

said Manning. “It’s about one sign and the plaintiff’s outlandish interpretation.” Pearson called several witnesses to the stand who said they’d also had trouble at the Chungs’ laundromat. He even called a fellow administrative law judge, who testified that it is indeed important for a judge to wear a nice suit to work. When Pearson took the stand himself to be cross-examined by Manning, he started crying. “What if this had been…?” He never even finished the sentence and ran out of the

blocked, preventing the control rods from being inserted all the way. There was no way to stop the chain reaction. Twenty seconds after the panic button was pushed, a steam explosion blew apart the plumbing system that carried coolant into the core. A few seconds later another, larger explosion—this one caused by excess hydrogen that was most likely created by the chemical reaction of hot graphite and steam—blew the roof off of the building. This second explosion sent burning graphite and

town’s filthy public restrooms…for a price True Story: August is the busiest time of year for the popular tourist destination of Saugatuck, a culture and arts mecca on the shores of Lake Michigan. But in 2008, Oswald received several complaints from out-of-towners about the state of the city’s dirty restrooms. After looking at them, Oswald agreed: “I wouldn’t have sat down there, either.” He tried notifying the city council, but no one called him back. So he took matters into his own hands and

discovered (or created), he knew he was on to something. But after six years of experimenting on the greenish stuff (and hundreds more buckets of urine), he still hadn’t struck gold. He hadn’t even figured out how to make a second batch. KRAFT’S WORK Another German alchemist, Daniel Kraft, had heard about the results of Brand’s experiments, and in 1675 he went to Hamburg to either buy a load of the blue-green extract or at least learn how to make it. Brand was desperate for money (six

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