So, Now You Know...: A Compendium of Completely Useless Information

So, Now You Know...: A Compendium of Completely Useless Information

Posted by jack_miller | Published 7 months ago



With 6 ratings

By: Harry Bright and Harlan Briscoe

Purchased At: $15

Fun book of completely random facts.
I've used more info from this book than most things I learned in school. Very interesting and fun, but actually very informative and even useful.

- Anonymous

I bought this supposedly NEW book as a gift for my mom's 75th. I had purchased one just like it at Barnes and Noble some months ago and it's a fun coffee table book. HOWEVER! By the time I realized what lousy condition the book was in when it was sent to me, it was too late to return it and if I could I would make them give me my money back! The two front pages of the book were TORN OUT! as if someone else had written a note on the inside blank page, and this STUPID VENDOR, decided it was ok to just tear it out and send me what was supposedly a NEW book. I never asked to buy a USED BOOK! THIS VENDOR CLEARLY HAS NO SENSE OF INTEGRITY.

AMAZON SHOULD REMOVE THEM, AND GIVE ME MY MONEY BACK!!!!
I WILL NEVER ORDER FROM THEM AGAIN!

- Anonymous

My DAD found this book in our layers waiting room...
He liked it so mucy...I bought it for him

GREAT gift for anyone

- Anonymous

Useless

- Anonymous

This small gift book is a collection of absolutely random information of dubious usefulness. There's no rhyme or reason to the facts or the order they are presented in. You'll get information about the composers of Happy Birthday, what absolute zero is, how many AOL users there are, proper toothbrush care, and more. Each fact is in a large font on a single page.

These facts will hardly transform a reader into a wizened sage who can amaze all their friends. It's a quick distraction and a gag gift for a trivia lover, but nothing more.

- Anonymous

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