Even though his mother said he was "born grown up," no one living in Canton in the early 1900s would have predicted that Ernest Lawrence would be the first South Dakotan to receive the Nobel Prize.
Nor would they have expected that two playmates also would win worldwide renown.
And I could've sworn this said: A Guide to Books
I may have to add this one to the Amazon shopping cart: "Mom’s a Drunk, Dad’s a Writer: A Recipe for Disaster and a Memoir" Here's the NY Times review.
This dude at The Guardian blesses us with his list of the top 10 books of the 1980s. I may have to delve into these as well, because if it wasn't written on the back of a beer bottle in the 80s, I probably missed it.