During a prolonged period of involuntary unemployment, the author decided heA[a¬a[d had enough. He knew he was not alone as the countryA[a¬a[s unemployment numbers soared. So, as a way of relieving his own frustration in a manner that wouldnA[a¬a[t involve jail time, he decided to write about his daily job hunting and sudden life-changing experiencesA[a¬asome bizarre, some unfamiliar, some humbling, but almost always funny in an edgy, sarcastic, no-holds-barred way. Anyone who has ever experienced and survived the profound A[a¬AjoyA[a¬A of unemployment, or expects to be unemployed, or knows someone who is unemployed, or just wants an eye-opening laugh, should read this book. After all, misery loves company and needs a laugh. Oh, and if youA[a¬a[re an executive or have anything to do with your companyA[a¬a[s hiring practices, heA[a¬a[d love for you to read it, but be warned, you may not like everything you read.