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The United States of Air: The Fear of Fat Camps

J.M. PORUP (get your free copy of this book here) Now the SS were the best of the best, the thinnest of the thin. We called them the Unpinchables. As in,

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The United States of Air: A Review

ADAM MICHAEL LUEBKE (editor’s note: I wrote this review at Amazon, and what was supposed to be a quick blurb turned into a short article. It’s not a great review,

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The United States of Air: "Let’s Put America On A Diet!"

J.M. PORUP (get your free copy of this book here, or read another excerpt here) The Prophet campaigned on the slogan “Let’s Put America On A Diet!”—and won. By a landslide.

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Subtle Satire: Brad Pitt Uses Chanel No 5 To Deliver Metaphysical Message

Clearly, he’s joking. Clearly, he’s using this goofy brand of perfume to deliver to a wide audience his ideas of time and fate, destiny and the universe. I’ve been defending

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Interview: JM Porup Talks About the Global War on Fat & the Glorious Empire of Air

ADAM MICHAEL LUEBKE Imagine the US being taken over by a zealous fundamentalist who announces a War on Fat. He

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The United States of Air: The First Time I Heard the Prophet Speak

J.M. PORUP (get your free copy of this book here) I will never forget the first time I heard the

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Please, Washington, Throw Us A Bone?

DDA The following passage reminded me of the White House Correspondents’ Dinner, and how the rest of us look on

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