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Now in paperback: former "SNL" writer and "The New Yorker "staffer Patty Marx employs the weapon she wields best--not "that "weapon; Patty believes in gun control. Instead, she uses her sharp-edged humor to tackle the most difficult facet of aging: the mind's decline. From forgetting her brother-in-law's name while he was wearing a nametag to hanging up the phone to look for her phone, Marx confesses to her failures, and not only to make you feel better about yourself.
In LET'S BE LESS STUPID Patty addresses troubling conundrums, such as: If there are more neural connections in your brain than stars in the Milky Way, why did you put the butter dish in your nightstand drawer? Patty's quest to get smarter includes just about everything: learning Cherokee, popping pills (not the good kind), and listening to--who's the guy who didn't write "dum de de dum" but the other one?
Patricia Marx is a writer for "The New Yorker," former writer for "Saturday Night Live," and the first woman elected to the "Harvard Lampoon." Her books include the novel" Him Her Him Again The End of Him," the children's book "Now Everybody Really Hates Me," and the humor book "How To Regain Your Virginity." After writing this book, Patty Marx got so smart she changed her name to Patricia Marx.