PRISN by Francis Menotti - Book
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Who'd have thought PRISN could be so much fun?
Do you find humor in animal cruelty, eating disorders, terrorism, masterbation, menstration, sadism, masochism, French people, hearing/speech impairment, poor dental hygiene, nipples, and missing children? If so, there is probably cunseling for that. Until then, you will absolutely enjoy every filthy page of this unfortunate collection that has forever stained thequestoinably proud face of magic and mentalism.
This R-Rated literature lovingly mocks the hard work put forth by the audacious young Phil Goldstein (Max Maven) in his Color Series of Mentalism, 1976-1980. The creators of PRISN have painstakingly tried to be ludicrously offensive (all-in-good-fun, of course) to as many social and ethnic groups as possible.
This is what people are saying about their efforts:
"Weird, bizarre, disturbing, vile and in several places possibly illegal... Brilliant! I love them!"
- Simon Lovell
"Quite possibly... the most fun you can have in mentalism short of telephoning Kenton Knepper when he's ironing."
- Ian Rowland
"Very amusing... You'll be hearing from my lawyers."
- Max Maven
Need anyone say more? So just put this down and step away. You don't want this. You're a fine-upstanding, politically-correct individual. Walk away...