Humor or horror? You decide, as sports atheist Walter Witty renders a play-by-play account of America's own most radical of religions: sports obsessions. From the hundred million plus salaries of sports gods to the games played by politicians and televangelists, Witty whistles and points at both Icons and Emperors prancing in their skivvies. Whatever their faith, he has choice words for them and their stories, while telling his own - including a Lossary of Terms. Sure to enrage or delight, The Umpire Has No Clothes is for anyone wanting to escape their crumb-strewn couch, or for the spouse who hopes they might.
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RICK REILLY MEETS DENNIS MILLER
Thought provoking in a strange way
Decent. It isn't the greatest of satire but it holds it's own. It does point out the ludicrous love obsession of America with sports in general in a humorous but poignant way.
Probably. If it was on a topic I was interested in.
Exposing the Shame of America's Addiction to Watching Men in Tight Pants Run Around Chasing a Ball
- Tony E. "I listen to books on my commute at 1.75 speed. I like umpiring books, corny sci-fi, religious, history, and whatever catches my eye."