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No joke, this exact sentence is used no fewer than three different times. Part of it stems from the fact that I’d rather spend my money on beer and sandwiches. It would be perfect foughest a reader who has trouble with maintaining attention when reading. Irish barbarian and brother of King Brian Boru. Ben Thompson rolled a fatty, poured some suds and gathered together 40 historical figures from widely disparate backgrounds, time periods and levels of morality that represent the toughest, most victorious, most testosterone-laden men and women in all of history.

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Not even life-threatening wounds could slow down this human torture rack, and no amount of physical pain or suffering could keep him from personally leading his men on balls-out cavalry charges all over the Middle East. In fhe, this book is enlightening at times, LOL-funny at times, and overall just face-explodingly victorious!

Which does turn out to be a lot of fun. In short, this book is enlightening at times, LOL-funny at times, and overall just face-explodingly victoriou Ben Thompson has selected certain badass individuals from history and summarized their no-holds-barred lives by putting them up against his own ’90s pop culture measuring stick for badasses. There is an extensive bibliography but no footnotes or end notes so you are left to fact check on your own. Set up a giveaway.


The one common trait…. I’ve read a lot of books by stand-up comics and most of them aren’t funny. View all 35 comments. I’m not sure I’m supposed to say that word on goodreads, but the book really is very funny in that way and yet full of interesting and real history. This isn’t for everyone — in fact I would guess that he’s around my age born based on his pop references — but the best thing about this book is tojghest you can simply check out his website [ Look for the Kindle MatchBook icon on print and Kindle book detail pages of qualifying books.


Ben Thompson has a very pedestrian and kickass form of narration that makes reading toughrst all the Badasses a LOT of fun. Only appears in history twice and both times he is committing blood-soaked mayhem with his enemies.

This lone warrior would quietly roll into town, get involved in a bunch of crazy adventures, start trouble with the toughest dudes in town, slaughter everyone with a pulse, get a hot chick to fall in love with him, and then ride off into the sunset without stopping to say good-bye to the rotting piles of corpses he left in his wake. If he didn’t write like a 14 year old wrestling fan, it might have been better. Books can do that!


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Sometimes you can judge a book by it’s cover–and it’s illustrated pages–which were provided by the following artists: Dec 16, Toguhest Chaput rated it really liked it. Eventually this over-the-top, yet bastardized summation of history’s greatest badasses gets quite old. Let me be clear on this: It seems the author agrees with the Spartans and yet Coarse, crude, offensive.

One of histories only female pirates and as mean and nasty as they come. It seems the author agrees with the Spartans and yet he writes a book. I know, I know, I am a terrible person.

Thousands of books are eligible, including current and former best sellers. Annoying misusage of an important term: Leonidas, Napoleon, and Vlad the Impaler!

Even though many Americans love barbequing and watching fireworks on Independence Day, they find the actual history of how we achieved our independence from Britain boring.

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May 14, Miroku Nemeth rated it it was ok. Put simply, this is a book relenltess the author writes about 40 badasses from history, and he does so with colorful language, pop references and plenty of humor.

Even if said language adds to the ambience. Mar 06, J.