Around the Weird in 80 Days

Around the Weird in Days When you ve broken of the USA s most absurd laws what do you do next If you re Rich Smith you return to the scene of the crime and then Attend the National Hobo Convention in Britt Iowa which

  • Title: Around the Weird in 80 Days
  • Author: Rich Smith
  • ISBN: 9780593059425
  • Page: 383
  • Format: Paperback
  • When you ve broken 25 of the USA s most absurd laws, what do you do next If you re Rich Smith, you return to the scene of the crime, and then Attend the National Hobo Convention in Britt, Iowa, which includes such treats as the Hobo bake sale, a giant parade, a pie and ice cream social and the cheerleader omelette breakfast.Watch the convicts compete in The Prison RodeoWhen you ve broken 25 of the USA s most absurd laws, what do you do next If you re Rich Smith, you return to the scene of the crime, and then Attend the National Hobo Convention in Britt, Iowa, which includes such treats as the Hobo bake sale, a giant parade, a pie and ice cream social and the cheerleader omelette breakfast.Watch the convicts compete in The Prison Rodeo at Louisiana State Penitentiary.Browse for treasures at the World s Longest Yardsale, held each August along 630 miles of Alabama, Tennessee and Kentucky.Expose yourself at the Amtrak Mooning in Orange County, California This year sees the 28th annual mooning of Amtrak After 8pm, night mooning starts Mooners are advised to bring a torch with plenty of batteriesNight mooning is better because it is less crowded, cooler temperature, and authentic.Compete in the Redneck Games, in Buckeye Park, Georgia, where eager participants engage in such high brow events as the mudpit belly flop, the armpit serenade, and bobbing for pig s feet.

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    1. A fun premise, but a bit of a let down in execution. Rich Smith, better known for traveling across the US breaking a variety of absurd laws, returns to America from the UK to experience the most bizarre festivals and events the States have to offer, and some of them are pretty weird. Along with a handful of other English adventurers, Smith takes on battle reenactments, 48-hour film festivals, yard sales, hobo conventions, and other odd Americana and some of their “fish out of water” shenanig [...]


    2. What an utterly dreadful, dreadful book.I was hoping for a something similar to Martin Fletchers brilliant ‘Almost Heaven’ travel story (in which the journalist journeys around little-seen, regional-culture USA). Instead, I have just finished the worst thing I have ever read (quite literally).The author possesses the worst combination of character traits; arrogance and ignorance. Rich Smith is simultaneously condescending & confounded (ie stupid). On page 170, for instance he indignantly [...]


    3. Not a terrible book at all but one which I expected more from,one of the flaws really seems the paucity of events visited but as the type of events looked at where mainly weekend obviously there is a week to fill which proves time intensive!!The author,his friend and eventually Girlfriend embark on some of the more 'interesting' small town festivals/events in America celebrations to the hobo way of life,the basque region,mooning,leonardo da vinci and even mooning all is covered plus others.The b [...]


    4. The WORST book I have ever read.What I'm desperately trying to work out: WHY WHY WHY was this considered publishable? It's not even a book, just a very dull travel story (from a smug, dull Cornish student-type).Rich Smith is SUCH a bad writer, also. Even down to the ability to form basic sentences correctly/ cohesively.WHY would anyone want to read the long, boring holiday story of this man (& why would you think your troubles with a car rental service are noteworthy enough to publish)?Just. [...]


    5. Though not as entertaining as the first book 'You Can Get Arrested For That', this is a great second read that I enjoyed. Not spoiling anything, but the first few chapters really got me going. Well played, Rich.


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