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Pete Hoffmeister has eaten out of garbage cans, hates children’s birthday parties, and has never owned a cell phone in his life. He enjoys watching crows eat roadkill, writing down what other people say to him, and long walks on the beach. Or long walks in the desert. Or maybe not walking anywhere at all. In this unimportant collection of essays, Hoffmeister rants about po Pete Hoffmeister has eaten out of garbage cans, hates children’s birthday parties, and has never owned a cell phone in his life. He enjoys watching crows eat roadkill, writing down what other people say to him, and long walks on the beach. Or long walks in the desert. Or maybe not walking anywhere at all. In this unimportant collection of essays, Hoffmeister rants about pop culture, admits his obsession with carrots, and speaks dramatically ordinary moments.


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Pete Hoffmeister has eaten out of garbage cans, hates children’s birthday parties, and has never owned a cell phone in his life. He enjoys watching crows eat roadkill, writing down what other people say to him, and long walks on the beach. Or long walks in the desert. Or maybe not walking anywhere at all. In this unimportant collection of essays, Hoffmeister rants about po Pete Hoffmeister has eaten out of garbage cans, hates children’s birthday parties, and has never owned a cell phone in his life. He enjoys watching crows eat roadkill, writing down what other people say to him, and long walks on the beach. Or long walks in the desert. Or maybe not walking anywhere at all. In this unimportant collection of essays, Hoffmeister rants about pop culture, admits his obsession with carrots, and speaks dramatically ordinary moments.

12 review for Confessions Of The Last Man On Earth Without A Cell Phone: Rants, Lists, And Worthless Opinions (Essays Book 1)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Celina Johnson-Hess

    Do yourself a favor in your busy life and set aside an evening or two to read Confessions of the Last Man On Earth Without a Cell Phone: Rants, Lists, and Worthless Opinions. Find some free or cheap food, leave your cell phone in the garage (trust me, it’ll be better for everyone) and make a night of it. Peter’s essays are diverse and surprising. They offer insights into our culture, from a man who has decided to opt out of many things society has deemed necessary and appropriate. Peter doesn’t s Do yourself a favor in your busy life and set aside an evening or two to read Confessions of the Last Man On Earth Without a Cell Phone: Rants, Lists, and Worthless Opinions. Find some free or cheap food, leave your cell phone in the garage (trust me, it’ll be better for everyone) and make a night of it. Peter’s essays are diverse and surprising. They offer insights into our culture, from a man who has decided to opt out of many things society has deemed necessary and appropriate. Peter doesn’t shy away from judgment, and there are times when a reader might mistake his self- described “rants” as those of a pessimist, but I see someone with an unfailing optimism. He believes in people and wants them to do better. He loves nature and adventure and hopes that the rest of us can come to appreciate them too. He is devoted to his family and wants to find better ways of spending time with them, rather than sticking to mandated practices and social outings. There are many, many good laughs in these essays, but just as often, the reader is presented with time to think, to reflect on our life choices and the culture that consumes us. I was glad to be given the opportunity, and highly recommend everyone else take advantage.

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