VIVA LA EVOLUCION humorously tackles present-day American culture and political vices, follies, abuses and shortcomings via social satire. In this book, a young American scientist sets about to find out why there is so much dumbness in our country today.
The Rambler’s Review states, “Laughter and wisdom are this witty author’s tools as he effortlessly navigates you through a mine field of intellectual humor and edgy social commentary. Between this book’s covers the reader will find ample sophisticated entertainment.”
VIVA LA EVOLUCION recounts the way thugs have taken over much of our country and how so many people indifferently go their merry ways daily in a fog of ignorance, apathy, hype and moronity.
Dr. Alexander Hayward, a young professor of Evolutionary Biology at a California university is out to solve how and why people are getting dumber by the day and actually seem to be enjoying themselves in the process. You’ll laugh out loud as you travel with him on his investigation of this massive “nobody home upstairs” crisis in the USA. Are we destined to remain a nation of knuckle draggers? Are our ape cousins soon to become our siblings? Or is there hope via VIVA LA EVOLUCION?
As George Carlin once said, “The IQ and the life expectancy of the average American recently passed each other going in opposite directions.”
Dr. Harrison Reichler, a feisty little man in his early sixties, waited nervously in a very non-descript reception area on the third floor of the Government Accounting Building in Washington D. C. A slight trace of perspiration glowed on his forehead. His eyes darted fitfully every so often. He could hear his heart beating like a drum in his ears. A stern secretary in her late fifties looked over at him from time to time. This caused him to sweat even more.
For 14 years now, Dr. Reichler had been the Director of the National Esoteric Analysis Foundation, a government-funded scientific endowment division. He considered himself extremely fortunate to have held on to his position for such a long time. His one great hope was for a status quo up to his retirement, a mere three years away.
He was forced annually to make this pilgrimage to the General Accounting Office of Public Financial Planning to receive his budget for the coming year. He considered it an absolute miracle that he and his associates had somehow always managed to keep their jobs. He figured his Foundation was so out of the government mainstream that the Big Charlies didn’t even realize he and his group existed. Every year he just seemed to have an automatic budget. Nevertheless, …