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  • Author:
    Stewart Cowley
  • ISBN:
    0584971044
  • ISBN13:
    978-0584971040
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Frederick Muller Ltd (September 1, 1981)
  • Pages:
    127 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Humor
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    1966 kb
  • Rating:
    4.7
  • Votes:
    363
  • Formats:
    mbr azw docx lit


Do-it-yourself Brain Surgery presents itself from the get go as an implausible dead pan trip into the maddening and insane world of self discovery and home project work. The illustrations are varied from simple to complex, with the writing taking itself very seriously as well it's readers

Do-it-yourself Brain Surgery presents itself from the get go as an implausible dead pan trip into the maddening and insane world of self discovery and home project work. The illustrations are varied from simple to complex, with the writing taking itself very seriously as well it's readers. less serious subjects?

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If you've ever had a hankering to try your hand at brain surgery or perhaps indoor ballooning to championship standards this book is for you!Seriously, it is one of the funniest books I have ever read.

Do-it-yourself Brain Surgery, Cowley, Stewart Hardback Book The Cheap Fast Free. From the weird and wonderful imagination of an amazing new artist comes an alphabet book like no other. Kids will delight in discovering animals from A to Z living together in an old Victorian mansion. They'll meet an elephant in the ballroom playing with a model train, an octopus hanging from the foyer chandelier - and even a zebra enjoying a soak in the bathtub!

AUTHOR: Stewart Cowley. TITLE: Do-it-yourself Brain Surgery. Acceptable - Very well read.

AUTHOR: Stewart Cowley. Do-it-yourself Brain Surgery by Stewart Cowley (Hardback, 1981). Pre-owned: lowest price.

Home Stewart Cowley Do-it-yourself brain surgery & other home skills. Bibliographic Details. Title: Do-it-yourself brain surgery & other home. Publisher: A & W Visual Library. Do-it-yourself brain surgery & other home skills. ISBN 10: 0891042644, ISBN 13: 9780891042648. Publication Date: 1982.

Do-it-yourself Brain Surgery By Stewart Cowley. From United KingdomFormat: HardcoverType: ManualTopic: Do-It-Yourself. 2 Books - Cartoon Animation for Everyone & Do-it-Yourself Film Animation Book. The Louvre Masterpieces - English Guide Book. Handyman Afloat and Ashore.

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Do it yourself brain surgery & other home skills, (Cowley Stewart). Near East Boulevard, Nicosia, TRNC This software is developed by NEU Library and it is based on Koha OSS conforms to MARC21 library data transfer rules. Bibliographical information (record 166854).


VAZGINO
I bought this for a friend and she loves it.
Yananoc
I bought my copy of this incredibly informative book over twenty years ago (bought before Amazon existed) I have, up to date, not been able to actually use any of the skills but have concentrated heavily on the section regarding brain surgery (I already had a Black and Decker electric drill - bought before Ebay existed - but still in good working order and very clean) Unfortunately I have not been able to find a victim/volunteer. But have recently found a tip which is not mentioned in the book which might be of help to others with a similar problem: It is to wear a J Cloth on one's head when looking for victims/volunteers this might convince others that you're serious. This tip was obtained from a friend who saw other surgeons doing this at a hospital.

I reckon the J Cloth could also be very useful, to mop up any blood, if you accidentally cut yourself. So be very careful electric drills, cold chisels and Stanley knives can be dangerous in the wrong hands.
Jockahougu
Do-it-yourself Brain Surgery presents itself from the get go as an implausible dead pan trip into the maddening and insane world of self discovery and home project work. The illustrations are varied from simple to complex, with the writing taking itself very seriously as well it's readers. It may sound rather off but I had been expecting...less serious subjects?

DIYBS has a variety of crazy sounding and mind numbing " projects " by title alone however the serious text and informational process takes itself so seriously that any point of humor is disregarded in the wake of more comprehensive and distinguished methods. Every now and then you might get a little taste of humor but in the matter of relevance it is, for all intents and purposes, a textbook of multiple subjects.

Lord help me I felt we were getting somewhere in the Taxidermy section however the straight faced bits of madness are again few and far between the serious instructions. This however is again my own expectations of a more abstractly, perhaps humorously intellectual kind of book.

You will learn a lot from this book, and it is quick to stab at the complexities of many lessor examined area's of intrigue. However I just suppose I was looking forward to some nonsense and maybe some mind numbing in the alternative sense. I am disappointed to remark there is little humor than in the chapter titles or now and again subject matters. I am however delighted to have a book that is otherwise insightful in the most abstract of sense.
Risteacor
As I speak, I am using Do-it-yourself Brain Surgery to operate on my own brain. I am 60% sure I have a benign tumor on my frontal lobe so I am busy at work removing it from my person. Who is my toaster? I like kitty catz. I am amaved at hw grrd it 8rw hj kkjjja we fmfbaj;;; heeed soeod
Itiannta
I used this guide to perform DIY brain surgery on my 5 year old daughter on my ironing board. She hasn't woken up yet, but I only took out the non necesary parts, as outlined in this great book. It's so great now that I have her cerebral cortex in this pickle jar, and she will be so excited when she wakes up and sees it!