Naked Pictures of Famous People

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Naked Pictures of Famous People: Another Example of Blatantly False Advertising is a collection of essays and short stories written in 1998 by Jon Stewart, who now hosts The Daily Show. It was the first book Stewart wrote, followed by America (The Book), which he co-authored with "The Daily Show" staff. Naked Pictures was a national best seller, known for its biting wit and political satire. It features several different formats for its chapters, from two person dialogues to formal letters.

The "chapters" include:

Perhaps inspired by the title of the book, Stewart's collaboration with The Daily Show's team, America (The Book), actually included doctored "naked pictures" of the nine members of the Supreme Court.

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