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Grampa Simpson S Guide To Aging

Author: Matt Groening
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ISBN: 9781608874521
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They say, Those who forget the past are doomed to repeat it! Then again, those who have forgotten the past are most likely living in the Springfield Retirement Castle, repeating themselves over and over again. Get to gabbin' with the grand pooh-bah of the Greatest Generation as he relives the glory days, and if you take time to listen, he may very well pass along some words of wisdom. So plug in your recliner and sit way, way back...as Grampa Simpson explaines and explains and explains it all to you!

Homer Simpson S Little Book Of Laziness

Author: Matt Groening
Publisher: Bantam Press
ISBN: 9780593073001
Size: 49.70 MB
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Few men have the extraordinary ability to get absolutely nothing done like Homer Simpson, the true American Idle. Now you too can develop a flair for the laissez-faire from Springfield's very own Sultan of Sloth. Get the lowdown on the slow down and discover a knack for the slack. Including: The Lazy Hall of Fame Homer's Lazy look at Fashion The Lazy Man's Tool Kit and The Adventures of Sloth Man The perfect Christmas gift for the slob in your life....

Simpsonology

Author: Tim Delaney
Publisher: Prometheus Books
ISBN: 1615921346
Size: 75.61 MB
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Like The Simpons itself, Simpsonology is a timeless work - a treasure trove of useful information on popular culture, customs, and holiday traditions such as the origins of Halloween and April Fools Day, as well as a fun-filled history of America's favorite family. This book has Zazz!-TIM MADIGAN, Division Chair for Philosophy and Popular Culture, Popular Culture Association of AmericaIn this amusing and informative appreciation of The Simpsons, sociologist Tim Delaney looks at the many ways America's longest-running sitcom and animated TV program reflects American culture. For more than fifteen years, the Simpsons have touched upon nearly every aspect of the American social scene-from family dynamics and social mores to local customs and national institutions. With over four hundred episodes aired so far, Delaney finds a goldmine of insights couched in parody on any number of perennial topics:?On television's influence on American culture, Krusty the Clown says, Would it really be worth living in a world without television? I think the survivors would envy the dead.'On New Age religion, Homer says, To think, I turned to a cult for mindless happiness when I had beer all along.'On the thorny issue of gun ownership and home security, Homer purchases a pistol at Bloodbath and Beyond and then tells Marge, I don't have to be careful, I got a gun.'On the theme of community spirit, Bart thoughtlessly signs up with a local Boy Scout troop while on a sugar rush from eating a Super-Squishee. The next day he realizes what he has done: Oh, no. I joined the Junior Campers! To which his sister, Lisa, responds: The few, the proud, the geeky.Delaney finds many more episodes relevant to major sociological issues such as environmentalism, feminism, romance and marriage, politics, education, health, aging, and more. Students of popular culture and laypersons alike will learn basic sociological concepts and theories in a refreshing, jargon-free work that offers plenty of entertainment.Tim Delaney is assistant professor of sociology at the State University of New York at Oswego.

The Psychology Of The Simpsons

Author: Alan S. Brown
Publisher: BenBella Books, Inc.
ISBN: 9781935251392
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Psychologists turn their attention to “The Simpsons,” one of America’s most popular and beloved shows, in these essays that explore the function and dysfunctions of the show’s characters. Designed to appeal to both fans of the show and students of psychology, this unique blend of science and pop culture consists of essays by professional psychologists drawn from schools and clinical practices across the country. Each essay is designed to be accessible, thoughtful and entertaining, while providing the reader with insights into both “The Simpsons” and the latest in psychological thought. Every major area of psychology is covered, from clinical psychology and cognition to abnormal and evolutionary psychology, while fresh views on eclectic show topics such as gambling addiction, Pavlovian conditioning, family therapy and lobotomies are explored.

Bart Simpson S Manual Of Mischief

Author: Matt Groening
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780593073018
Size: 53.76 MB
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PART OF THE VAULT OF SIMPSONOLOGY SERIES - ESSENTIAL READING FOR ALL SIMPSONS FANS. Bart Simpson is truly the unrivaled master of mischief. Amateur pranksters around the world take their tips and learn their tricks from Bart, the sneakiest of sneaks. The nightmare of every sister and the destroyer of calm composure for every grown-up, this clever kid knows how to push everyone's buttons and get away with it all. Now Bart shares his mischievous secrets with the world, from the contents of the perfect spy kit to the ideal methods of agonizing annoyance. Packed to the brim with inserts and special features, including removable 'Sneaky Hall of Fame' cards and a booklet on the complete art of the prank phone call, Bart Simpson's Manual of Mischief includes everything readers need to become a true technician of trouble. This is the second instalment in the Vault of Simpsonology series and a follow-up to the wildly popular Homer Simpson's Little Book of Laziness.

The Simpsons

Author: John Ortved
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ISBN: 9781553657965
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The story of TV's longest-running sitcom and the characters who created it, marking twenty years on the air. ~ "The Simpsons" will celebrate its twentieth anniversary this fall. No other TV show has had the enduring popularity or cultural influence that The Simpsons has. When it premiered in 1989, the enthusiastic reaction to its subversive humor was instantaneous. It is one of the most astounding successes in TV history. John Ortved's unauthorized history-the first ever to look behind the scenes of this pop culture phenomenon-tells how the series grew from a controversial cult favourite to a mainstream powerhouse thanks to a group of intense, thoughtful, and creative people who came together to make something unique in the history of American culture. The writers, animators, producers, and network executives-as much a dysfunctional but loving family as the show's stars themselves-are all here. It's an intriguing yet hilarious tale full of betrayal, ambition, and love. More than an amusing narrative of the making of The Simpsons, this is an intimate look at the characters behind this cultural juggernaut-their creativity, intelligence, hubris, ego, and passion. The result is a book that is as amusing, dramatic, and compelling as the show itself. Also available in hardcover.

The Simpsons And Their Mathematical Secrets

Author: Simon Singh
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 1620402777
Size: 45.62 MB
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Based on interviews with the writers of The Simpsons and accompanied by images from the show, facsimiles of scripts, paintings and drawings and other imagery, this fascinating book reveals the meaningful mathematical concepts behind the most successful show in TV history.

Dead Vengeance

Author: Bill Morrison
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
ISBN: 163008395X
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It's 1940 and a phony body on exhibit in a carnival sideshow suddenly springs to life and shambles away. Not so phony after all, he is John Doe, radio commentator and archenemy of Detroit's notorious Purple Gang. But why did he disappear in 1930, and why did the mayor, the mob, and the cops all want him dead?

Cartooning With The Simpsons

Author: Matt Groening
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ISBN: 9781852869502
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Matt Groening, animator of the award-winning television series featuring the dysfunctional Simpson family, describes his work. He explains about Homer Simpson's doughnut-driven anatomy, the connection between Marge's mile-high hair-do and bowling balls, and how to draw Bart Simpson.

The Homer Book

Author: Matt Groening
Publisher: Harper Design
ISBN: 9780061116612
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The Homer Book is now being released in hardback, as part of the ongoing series: The Simpsons Library of Wisdom. Homer Simpson is a man's man, an 'Average Joe', a loving father and husband, and a devoted beer drinker. But do you know the 'real' Homer? Find out what's on Homer's mind, discover the mysteries of Homer's fridge, hang out in Homer's haunts; meet his friends and enemies; and spend a typical day with the lovable lout who will lift you out of your D'oh–ldrums. In The Simpsons Library of Wisdom, Matt Groening, the creator of 'The Simpsons', offers an ongoing series of portable and quotable books that will eliminate the need for all religions and philosophies, exalt man's role in the universe and make the world a better place ... sort of. No other television show in history has commented so freely and so humorously on modern times, and there seems to be no end in sight for the sharp satire and pointed parody that 'The Simpsons' serves up every night of the week all around the world.