In this satire book, Jon Butler and Bruno Vincent have created a parody of pop science collections. Psuedo editors of a newspaper called The Old Geezer, the book proports to be the 'Questions and Answers' page of the newspaper. In this column, earthshattering questions such as "What If There Were No Hypothetical Questions?" or "Is Honesty The Best Policy?" or "Is It True That A Horse Was Once Pope?" are posed. The answers are satire at their best, with eccentric recurring characters, and semi-serious answers.
This book is recommended for fans of shows such as Saturday Night Live or The Daily Show, or of magazines such as Mad magazine. The humor either hits the reader's fancy or not. Some readers will love this book while others might be offended. This is a great book to dip into when you have a few minutes or want a quick laugh.