Mr. Bunny's Big Cup o' Java
There is simply no better way to learn Java than to have the pineal gland of an expert Java programmer surgically implanted in your brain. Sadly, most HMOs refuse to pay for this career saving procedure, deeming Java to be too experimental. At last there is an alternative treatment for those of us who cannot wait for sweeping health care reforms.
Mr. Bunny’s Big Cup O’ Java is recommended by n out of ten doctors, where n is any integer you wish to make up to impress an astoundingly gullible public. The book begins with an overview of the book, and quickly expands into the book itself. Just look at the topics covered:
In short, MBBCOJ will teach you all you need to know for a successful career in today’s rabbit development environments.
"I sincerely hope this book increases the donor pool."
About the Author
Carlton Egremont III has lived a privileged life. The family patriarch (Carlton Egremont 0th) made his fortune with the invention of those things that separate groceries at the checkout counter, and CE3 was destined to continue the family tradition of innovation, dumb luck, and unbridled stupidity.
As a child young Master Egremont dreamed of writing a book about Microsoft Windows. His innocent dream resulted in many visits to a drive-through psychiatrist, where Carlton would lie on the back seat of the family limousine and explain his visions to a plastic clown head.
As a young adult, the rebellious Carlton Egremont III left the estate to live a playboy lifestyle, surrounded as he was by magazines in a three room flat in New Jersey. It was here he discovered a passion for agriculture and raised his first crop of organic poison ivy.
Mr. Egremont is now back in favor with his family. The Egremont dynasty is proud of the Mr. Bunny series, especially now that knighthood could be in the future for the author, who has sent in a cereal box top and hopes to win the contest.