When a gold coin heist turns out badly, a pair of idiotic crooks hook-up with some moronic thieves (and a movie star) in order to steal the secret KFC chicken recipe. Along the way they reveal (among many other things) the connection between Gilligan's Island and the devil, what Salman Rushdie and Elvis have in common with Col. Sanders, why Betty was never a vitamin, and what Bootsy Collins does in his spare time. It also deals with the whole "why did the chicken cross the road" conundrum.
©2013 Jim Yoakum (P)2016 Jim Yoakum
A wandering, fabulist tale of heists, gold-covered cars, a head in a box, stealing KFC's recipe amid an array of colorful characters from Mad Rose to Bill Murray. Leading to the answer to the question of why the chicken crossed the road!!
It's a wonderful tale to listen to, easier to listen to than read & follow this collection of tall tales.
Yes. This is a great story that keeps the listener engaged in the story and introducing details and events that keep the narrative moving
Without giving anything away, the story evolved from a simple event to a crazy, out of control situation, but all told amazingly well
The voices he used for all the different characters were well done and easy to distinguish
The narrator, mostly because he was not named, I thought it was a fight-club situation where he was Baltimore
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