Mr. Hopf draws you into this world he created that doesnt seem at all to far fetched. the only problems is that you wont to stop listening
its main focus is on events that we see happening in the news as I write this review
Gordon Van Zandt, as the character I too was a Marine that has mixed feeling about the Marine Corps
You thought it could never happen
It would have been better if Nick didn't have such a vitriolic outlook on Christians and Christianity. Ok, we get it you don't like organized religion, but what a real man does is build a bridge and gets over it. This is nothing but typical Hollywood actor pablum, Christians are stupid because we actually believe in true science and believe in a divine creator? I was looking forward to listening to this book, I really was because I WAS a fan of Nick Offerman, until I heard his never ending diatribe on what he thinks a man is. A real man does not join a religion just to get into a girls pants.
I tell you i would rather listen to paint dry than to listen to this garbage again. I will listen to "The Long Road" by G. Micheal Hopf next.
yes it was free
Nick should try doing a little research first on the Bible and what people believe instead of a typical Hollywood liberal shooting his mouth off about things he knows nothing about. Hey Nick anyone can make a tree trunk into a table
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