Communism, Hypnotism, and the Beatles Noebel 1965 I can understand this book being in certain university or special library collections, but public libraries? Hmmm… It doesn’t show on the book cover, but WorldCat shows a sub-title of: “an analysis of
Jewish Pirates of the Caribbean Kritzler 2008 It’s International Talk Like a Pirate Day! (Click here if you want the official website.) Now, before everyone gets mad, let me just say that this isn’t a bad book at all. It’s
Disaster, Disaster, Disaster Catastrophes Which Changed Laws Newton 1961 I love this cover art! This one was a tough one for me to pull. It is not really that awful, but just dated. It actually has done well with circulation,
Time Bomb 2000: What the Year 2000 Computer Crisis Means to You! Yourdon 1998 Thank you, submitter, for another look at Y2K. We had another Y2K submission a while back. Read all about it here! This was favorably reviewed by Library Journal, and
Red Lights on the Prairies Gray 1971 Submitter: I snatched this up when my high school’s library held a sale of the oldest and most useless books, although I’m not really sure why it was there in the first place.
How the communists use religion Bundy 1966 Okay comrades, this is yet another gem plucked from a small public library. This poor book had definitely seen better days. The cover was damaged and the book had a serious “odor”. Contents
You can trust the communists (to do exactly as they say!) Schwarz 1960 Fellow library comrades: I know I will hear from everyone about how this is an important piece of culture and we should never weed this kind of material.