9781600783470

Red Sox Fans Are from Mars, Yankees Fans Are from Uranus; Why Red Sox Fans Are Smarter, Funnier, and Better Looking (In Language Even Yankee Fans Can Understand)

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  • ISBN13:

    9781600783470

  • ISBN10:

    1600783473

  • Format: Trade Paper
  • Copyright: 2010-04-01
  • Publisher: Triumph Books
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Summary

Once upon a time, Red Sox fans and Yankees fans were baseball brethren, thick as thieves, closer than close. They shared everything with one another, including their beer, their hot dogs, and the hopes and dreams they held for their respective teams.

Author Biography

Andy Wasif, a lifelong Red Sox fan, first focused on sports journalism before turning his attention to stand-up comedy. Fully recovered from that profession, the Syracuse University graduate has spent the last few years enjoying the teams' renewed rivalry as he studied the two fan bases and their relationship with each other. This is the third in his series of humorous Red Sox books, following How to Talk to a Yankee Fan and Red Sox University. Visit thewasif.com for his past works and new projects, and follow him on Twitter @thewasif.

Table of Contents

Introductionp. v
Red Sox Fans Are from Mars, Yankees Fans Are from Uranusp. 1
What Red Sox Fans Want and What Yankees Fans Needp. 17
The Arguers and the Arguing Typesp. 43
The Psychology Behind the Hatep. 63
Speaking Different Languagesp. 85
Understanding Our Emotional Needsp. 101
Avoiding an Argumentp. 123
Dealing with Lossp. 143
Finding Common Groundp. 163
Turning Hate into "Not Quite So Much Hate"p. 183
Conclusionp. 203
About the Authorp. 207
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