Take down requests and C&D letters will be forwarded to my attorney Marc J. Randazza.
“[...] contains almost a hundred pages of nonsense, some of which is amusing. This is the highest praise I am going to give this book [...] —David Thorne, author of The Internet is a Playground: Irreverent Correspondences of an Evil Online Genius
“In these uncertain times, we need writers like Christopher L. Jorgensen, who aren’t afraid to poke the seemingly un-pokeable with an endless arsenal of originality and wit, and discover humanity in the unlikeliest of places.” —Christian Dumais, author of Smashed: The Life and Tweets of Drunk Hulk
“I found the Forest Gump posturing of the author quite amusing and refreshing. I even found it poignant at times. Beneath the silly, sometimes sophomoric surface of these letters, the author is craftily pointing to the many absurdities of a rampant capitalist society and all that that brings.”—Gary Anderson, author of Animal Magnet
“Ho hum… As the introduction states, there have been too many such books now, and I’m sure there’s no correlation between this being my first American one and it being about the worst. By far the funniest thing here is a response from a drinks company, and several times the chance of a proper Henry Root-styled ongoing conversation was passed up, and the comedy dropped. So this is just mediocre letters, often seen by the recipient as pranks and/or not worth bothering with, and some at times halfway decent replies. At least it was a short read.”—Some Brit on the Internets, Theediscerning’s review on Goodreads
I have published two books so far. These books can be purchased wherever fine books are sold (as long as they are willing to custom order mine as well). Most of these letters can be read online, but paper copies are great for bathroom reading material and other places where it is difficult to take the internet. I would appreciate you purchasing them. Buying the books is a great way to support this site. Buying these books and leaving an honest review is more than I can ask, but I’m asking it all the same. If you enjoy the content I create, please support the creation.
If you do buy either of my books I would love a photo of you holding the book (clothing optional). If I get enough of these photos I will consider creating an online gallery of fans!
If I had it all to do over again I would change my name to Aldo become a budget-based hitman who killed on a sliding-scale according to what people could afford and who really enjoyed his work and believed he was making the world a better place one assassination at a time.— jackassletters.com (@jackassletters) January 10, 2020