The Green Line Chronicles: An underground comedy


Michael Shader is a stand-up comic who rode the Washington D.C. subway to work for over ten years. Over the course of 25 short essays he chronicles his emotions and experiences. This hilarious memoir is the perfect antidote for anyone who has experienced the daily stress of commuting.


"I found it especially funny and dead-on as DC Area commuter myself."--Amazon Reviewer

"Hilarious escapades of a commuter" -- Amazon Reviewer

"Great stories of the transit life and a lot of stuff that I thought was only in my head"--Amazon Reviewer


HOMOBLOB: Fake Chat Names That Wouldn't Get an Adonis Laid


This writer decided to imagine what chat names gay men might chose to get a date. He did not try to pick the brain of a normal, stable homosexual for the most part because such an approach might be boring. Rather, he thought that it would be more fun to take on the guise of a gay man who is a bit crazy and/or wild on a date and in life. 
Therefore, be careful if you are a bit reserved for some of these hopefully fictional Internet names are a bit risqué and outrageous. That is, this book is not for everybody although almost anybody can relate to the wacky world of dating in the search for true love. Romance is something special, but it can get very funny and very bumpy in trying to find it.
Joseph Joel is a writer of unbooks, edgy books with humor like this one that list names and does very little else. His first unbook is, YES I NAMED MY DAUGHTER GAYLORD FOCKER, SO FOCKING WHAT! His second one is SERIOUSLY?! NAMES NEVER TO GIVE A BABY UNLESS YOU ARE F*CKING NUTS (OR ON CRACK). HOMBLOB is the 3rd book in this sarcastic series. The author does not plan on a 4th book, but anything is possible if he comes up with a good idea and got excited about the prospect of writing it.
Whether gay or straight, a reader can buy this edition and just laugh. It is hilarious that weird names that probably never have or ever will exist in the gay dating world are available here. Also, it never stops being unpredictable. And, the title is pretty cool. This book is not going to change the world, but it will produce some genuine smiles.


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