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One More Thing - MONSTER: The Roller Coaster, Kellogg’s (or: The Last Wholesome Fantasy of the Middle-School Boy), The Man Who Posted Pictures of Everything He Ate, Closure, Kindness Among Cakes, Quantum Nonlocality and the Death of Elvis Presley, If I Had a Nickel, A Good Problem to Have, Johnny Depp, Fate, and the Double-Decker Hollywood Tour Bus, and Being Young Was Her Thing Summary & Analysis

B. J. Novak
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MONSTER: The Roller Coaster. An artist has created a roller coaster that is a physical manifestation of how he sees life. Twelve people have been invited to test the roller coaster and give their opinion of it. They seem to understand that it is a representation of life, but some of them did not enjoy it. Others are enthusiastic for it, even hoping to ride it again. At the end, when the mediator asks the group what they would call the roller coaster, most...

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