Get Rich Cheating: The Crooked Path to Easy Street (Paperback)

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Get Rich Cheating: The Crooked Path to Easy Street (Paperback)


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In these difficult times, there's only one proven path to ridiculous amounts of money: Cheating. Everyone's doing it—from sleazy CEOs to 'roided-up home run kings, silicone-enhanced starlets, and backroom-dealing congressmen—so why not you? Get Rich Cheating is your definitive guide to the illegal, immoral, and fun, detailing the schemes that have proven time and time again to generate more cash than God, Google, and the Treasury combined.

No one ever bought a fleet of Bentleys with hard work, perseverance, and honesty. Simply by purchasing this book, you've already done more than most "ethical" people dare. Open it, savor the moment, and inhale deeply in the musk of your impending wealth—it's time to Get Rich Cheating.

Jeff Kreisler is just another Princeton educated lawyer turned award-winning comedian, author, speaker, TV pundit, speechwriter, and advocate for behavioral economics. The New York Times calls him "Delectable," Rachel Maddow (MSNBC) says, "You'll be laughing all the way to the bank," and his kids still think he's "cool." He specializes in money, politics, and other human encounters. His first book was the satire Get Rich Cheating.

Product Details ISBN: 9780061686146
ISBN-10: 006168614X
Publisher: Harper Perennial
Publication Date: May 26th, 2009
Pages: 336
Language: English

“Just by reading this book you’ll earn an asterisk next to your name. You’ll be laughing all the way to the bank, assuming other cheaters haven’t forced it into bankruptcy yet.” — Rachel Maddow

“A very funny book with a very timely message.” — Terry Jones, founding member of Monty Python

“A brilliant and brilliantly sustained satirical broadside. On just about every page, you’ll find a pithy, pointed barb worthy of the late great George Carlin.” — Tony Hendra, author of Father Joe

“This is THE book to read on the unemployment line.” — Lizz Winstead, co-creator of The Daily Show