In this book Ben attempts to provide journalistic balance and objectivity. In
some of his more controversial chapters, he has even invited some of the
"whiners" who come down on the wrong side of the issues, who see things
differently than Ben does, to express their twisted views.
Back in 1857, a small group of radical and very crabby abolitionists crept
into a military compound at Harper's Ferry Vermont, Wyoming, or Kansas. (We're
not sure which.) They either surrounded or shot the sleeping guards and yelled
"Trick or Treat!" (OK, so we have no idea what they yelled.
It was a very long time ago), but the point is by doing this, these crabby
people made the entire South so crabby that they shot and hung the
abolitionists. This, in turn, made the rest of the abolitionists friends
crabby, and before we could say "The South is Toast!", we had a whole mess of
battles where lots of crabby people killed thousands of other crabby people.
The point is, You just never know when someone around you might be crabby
enough to start a civil war. You should take no chances. Don't blow it
by missing your opportunity to buy this book thereby possibly placing the
future of the entire world in jeopardy. You don't want that on you conscience.
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