Raised in the city of Oak Ridge, TN (The town that built the bomb) A.J. didn’t know it was unusual to check the mercury levels before you went swimming. Or that everyone didn’t talk about common right triangles at the dinner table.
Follow the wild and sometimes wacky musings of A.J. Scudiere through this series of funny essays. Nothing is off topic, nothing is too far out of reach, and even the ordinary has its issues.
This volume contains over forty essays on sportsball, beavers, and—of course—everything about that weird family. From voicemail to why the aliens are going to eat us, it’s all in here.