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  • Author:
    Alan Ray,Mike Harris,Daniel R. Butler
  • ISBN:
    0786207140
  • ISBN13:
    978-0786207145
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  • Publisher:
    Thorndike Pr (August 1, 1996)
  • Pages:
    265 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Humor
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Officials across the country. Alan ray. Illustrations by Mike Harris. The authors have taken great caution to protect the true identity of persons depicted in this book. America’s dumbest criminals : based on true stories from law enforcement officials across the country, Daniel R. Butler, Leland Gregory, Alan Ray. p. cm. ISBN 1–55853–372–9.

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100 crazy stories of America's dumbest criminals. by Leland Gregory, Alan Ray, Daniel R. Butler. WARNING: The crimes you are about to read are true. The names have been changed. America's Dumbest Criminals : Wild and Weird Stories of Fumbling Felons, Clumsy Crooks, and Ridiculous Robbers.

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America's Dumbest Criminals: Based on True Stories from Law Enforcement Officials Across the Country: ISBN 9780786207145 (978-0-7862-0714-5) Hardcover, Thorndike Pr, 1996. America's Dumbest Criminals: Based on True Stories from Law Enforcement Officials Across the Country: ISBN 9781439565810 (978-1-4395-6581-0) 2008. Crimes and Misdumbmeanors: 100 New Stories from the Files of America's Dumbest Criminals. by Daniel Butler, Alan Ray, Larry L. Rose. ISBN 9781558536739 (978-1-55853-673-9) Softcover, Rutledge Hill Pr, 1998. Dumb or Alive: 100 New Stories from the Files of America's Dumbest Criminals

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A collection of humorous attempts at crime

Cordaron
America's Dumbest Criminals: Wild and Weird was NOT the funniest dumb criminal book I ever read BUT it was better then many offered on Amazon.com's kindle. What made America's Dumbest Criminals: Wild and Weird better than most is that it was delivered with the sort of deadpan almost military speak police officers use to describe a situation. The way the situations are shared encourages the reader to use their imagination and in so doing vivid extremely funny pictures of the strange happenings errupt in your mind.

Some reviewers consider this book lame and I must admit not every story is a side spliting laugh roit but, there is at least a chuckle on most pages. The situations are presented in ways that are funny. The backstory of some of the criminals history really help the events to take on added meaning that result in major laughs. There are super criminals who are master minds then there are these guys whose criminal exploits are just plain dumb. These are criminals who are too stupid, drunk and or high to even get a burger flipping job.

I enjoyed reading America's Dumbest Criminals: Wild and Weird because; I want to know just how stupid people can get and this book answers the question well.
Kegal
After reading a book by the same author on Stupid American History (which I really liked) I expected another witty collection of random stories that hit much more than it missed. I was disappointed. Most of these gain what attempted humor there is by virtue of a police wisecrack about the incident rather than the incidents themselves. As a lawyer I've heard many dumb criminal stories from my criminal law colleagues that were almost all funnier than anything in this book. At least one story I found not only unfunny but downright offensive. As an animal lover (who lives with three dogs), I find nothing funny about a story of animal cruelty (spoiler alert!) in which a coyote is dynamited, no matter what else happened.

I disagree with other reviewers who thought the book disorganized, perhaps because I read a prior work of this author that had the same structure (or lack of it). This is supposed to be a random collection of tales with no organization or theme beyond that suggested in the title. This structure is necessarily going to be a bit uneven, but when the great majority of the stories are amusing (as in his other book) it works fine.

Finally, a note about the Kindle edition. To my eye the renderings of the occasional cartoon included are just fine. However, they are sometimes awkwardly placed. Some appear before the story, giving away the punch line. Some others are so far behind the depicted story element that they add nothing in my opinion. As I've noted from other Kindle editions including illustrations, it seems the Kindle can't show text and a picture at the same time (beyond a caption, anyway). That makes it hard to place illustrations. Something for Amazon to improve in future Kindles!
Faegal
I could hardly stop laughing! My favorite story is about the idiot who broke into the blood plasma center. For starters, what dummy picks a blood plasma center to rob in the first place? Second, the dummy manages to slip and fall down an air shaft and land right on his nuts! I can picture him saying, "Oh, crap. This just isn't my night. Now I'm stuck in here! What else can go wrong?" Then it starts raining. "OH, GREAT", our dummy probably thought, "NOW THIS CRAP!!!"
Adaly
This was funny to read . So funny that i was laughing out loud thinking how funny and who can really be this dumb for these things
Orll
The book: ADC is ok, nothing great. I have a VHS video of America's Dumbest Criminals which is hilarious, but the book is so-so. The stories are not that funny. It's not even written that good.

My advice: look online for stories of America's Dumbest Criminals and purchase a video of the show if you can find one.
Madis
Can't make this stuff up!!! People are funny!!
Zymbl
Love it
It took me a while to read this because I laughed so hard it would slow me down dramatically. At the time, I thought to myself "Could people really be this stupid?" I decided to talk to a couple of friends of mine who are police officers and they just laughed. They told me that they dealt with far more stupid criminals than smart ones. I actually saw somewhere that the whole "writing a holdup note to rob a bank on your own deposit slips with your name on them" actually happens several times per year.

The sobering reality is this: there are a lot of people out there who don't use the power of their brains.