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The Death of Cool, By: Gavin McInnes


The Death of Cool: From Teenage Rebellion to the Hangover of Adulthood
By: Gavin McInnes
Scribner; Reprint edition (July 16, 2013)
288 pages

This book is disgusting at times. And crude. And hilarious. Read and find out the real life back story of the legendary, and sometimes controversial - writer, entrepreneur, marketer, and  VICE co-founder - Gavin McInnes. He knows how to tell a story.

One of my favorite quotes:

"Socialism sounds cool in the classroom and nobody can deny the sexiness Che Guevara emanates from each rotting pore but in reality, it sucks. Every adult knows it's just communism lite, and that means bureaucrats with "Godlike power." as Milton Friedman put it. Nobody wears Che T-shirts in Cuba and the fat man in the beard who runs the place is just a reverse Santa who takes every gift God gives and hands it to someone less deserving. Without the invisible hand of capitalism slapping overachievers on the back and spanking lazy bottoms, waiters mope around like the whole thing is below them."

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