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Topics: Books, Minnesota

Sunday, 7 February 2010

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A photo of Alexis Dramcloud-Gulpbutter that was taken about 8 minutes before she started ranting and raving.

ST. PAUL, Minnesota - Noted self-help author Alexis Dramcloud-Gulpbutter, 42, who has written over 20 books on subjects dealing with performing your own tonsillectomies and building your own riding mower, was taken into custody after going beserk at a book signing event.

It appears that Dramcloud-Gulpbutter, who was in the Can't See The Forest For The Trees Bookstore, was signing a copy of her latest books entitled, The Art of Controlling and Managing Anger Management In Nine Easy Steps when all of a sudden something happened and she jumped onto the table and started hollering that she was tired of people saying please sign my book to my granddaughter, or to my uncle, or to my second cousin twice removed once forcibly.

The owner of the bookstore Throckmorton Humbolt said that he had no prior hint of anything being wrong with Ms. Dramcloud-Gulpbutter. Humbolt said that she had just finished eating a Dairy Queen Beltbuster burger when she went into her fit.

Ms. Dramcloud-Gulpbutter was arrested and taken down to the St. Paul police station where the author was booked and charged with 'wrote rage.'

In other news. Sarah Palin was recently asked if her husband was still seeing his salmon fishing guide Nanicka Zapalicka. Palin grinned and said that the last time she checked there were seven salmon fish in her freezer so she would guess that the answer is yes.

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