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“In this extraordinary study, Reidy certainly figured out how to lull readers to sleep. How a lack of erudition and faulty reasoning could come together in such a complete mess — I’m speechless.” – Kirk Branch, Rhetorica
“I bought it by accident, then couldn’t get rid of it. Twenty weeks on eBay and not one bid.” – Tad Meaty, New York Times Review of Books
“I liked the pictures. Oh, wait, that was a different book I think.” — David Singel, interview for MSU News Services.
Order here. This one, too, is rushing off the shelves.
“Worst $120 I ever spent. Reidy is a complete joke.” — Jerry Jessie, British Journal for the History of Science.
“Better than Ambien!” — Dusty Bender, Wired.
This was first published in 2000 by Oxford University Press, but is now available from Parlor Press in Paperback.
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“Alan Gross is a major powerhouse in the rhetoric of science, and Joseph Harmon is a practicing scientists — both have contributed immensely to our understanding of science with their savvy and penetrating analysis. Reidy’s sections are obviously less pertinent. I think there might be something wrong with him, actually.” — Donald Trump, from his recent book Why I Am Great, And You’re Not.
“It’s the only book that’s ever made me any money. It’s why Montana State hired me. And I didn’t even really write any of it.” — Michael S. Reidy, interview for Montana Public Radio
Again, here, you better hurry!
“I edited it with him because I sort of felt sorry for him. And, in the end, I did most of the work — at least the good parts, few and far between as they are. I hope I never have to work with him again.” — Bernard Lightman, interview for Canadian Public Radio.
“Thank God Reidy only wrote the ‘Introduction’. Twenty-two pages of unabashad bullshit is enough for any book.” — Mark Largent, Playgirl.