- Author:Wendy Northcutt
- Publisher:Plume; Reprint edition (September 28, 2004)
- Pages:272 pages
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Darwin Awards: Survival of the Fittest. The Darwin Awards by Wendy Northcutt. Book 4 contains three full years of awful antics, with ten science essays and the complete history of the Darwin Awards. Darwin Awards: Unnatural Selection. Darwin Awards: Evolution in Action. First you're an unknown, then you write one book and you move up to obscurity The Darwin Awards by Wendy Northcutt. Big, bold, boisterous! Gifts for: the bathrooms, teenagers, klutzes, party laughs. At your local bookstore, and "wherever books are sold.
The Darwin Awards books are always good for a laugh and you find yourself shaking your head at how stupid .
The Darwin Awards books are always good for a laugh and you find yourself shaking your head at how stupid the "winners' ar. .Shelves: humor, non-fiction. Northcutt is the author of the international bestsellers The Darwin Awards: Evolution in Action, The Darwin Awards 2: Unnatural Selection, The Darwin Awards 3: Survival of the Fittest, and The Darwin Awards 4: Intelligent Design. Her newest addition to the series is The Darwin Awards: Next Evolution. Other books in the series. Darwin Awards (6 books). Books by Wendy Northcutt.
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New York City: Plume. ISBN 978-0-525-94773-8.
The origin of the Darwin Awards can be traced back to posts on Usenet group discussions as early as 1985. An early post, on August 7, 1985, describes the awards as being, "given posthumously to people who have made the supreme sacrifice to keep their genes out of our pool. The Darwin Awards 3: Survival of the Fittest. New York City: Plume.
The Darwin Awards has the pedigree to become the gift book of choice for holidays & the first must-have humor title of the twenty-first century. Named in honor of Charles Darwin, the father of evolution, the Darwin Awards commemorate those who improve our gene pool by removing themselves from it, showing us just how uncommon common sense can be. Meet the absentminded terrorist who opens a mail bomb returned to him for insufficient postage. Marvel at the thief who steals electrical wires without shutting off the current.
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The Darwin Awards create a reason to live for myself
The Darwin Awards create a reason to live for myself. Knowing that there are people out there to lessen competition in life just pleases me. The human race is made up of individuals who are below average (Darwin Awards), average (Honorable Mentions), and above average (those who can write books about these kind of things). For all of those who think that these stories are boring to read by oneself, you should do the following when you are with friends, on a long flight or ride in the car with family, et. Take turns passing the book around and reading stories
From a sheriff who inadvertently shot himself twice, to the insurance defrauder who amputated his leg with a chainsaw; from a farmer who avoided bee stings by sealing his head in a plastic bag to the man crushed by the branch he just trimmed, The Darwin Awards III proves again that when it comes to stupidity, no species does it like we do.
Featuring scientific and safety discussions and filled with illustrations depicting inspiring examples of evolution in action, The Darwin Awards III shows once more how uncommon common sense still is.