|Statement||Stilton Jarlsberg ; foreword by Kenneth Bleucheese|
|LC Classifications||PN6231.P3 J365 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||77 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||77|
|LC Control Number||00060262|
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Who Cut the Cheese? uses a delightful little fable to encapsulate the fundamental rule of modern American management and the new economy: "Survive change by shifting blame." The fable revolves around two malevolent rats and two spiteful "Punypeople" who find themselves trapped together in a maze, fighting over a dwindling supply of constantly moving hisn-alarum.comed on: February 13, Nov 27, · An eBook boxed set of Jo Nesbo's Fart Powder series, featuring Doctor Proctor's Fart Powder, Bubble in the Bathtub, and Who Cut the Cheese?.In Dr. Proctor's Fart Powder, eleven-year-old Nilly moves to his new neighborhood in Oslo, Norway, and meets his /5. Jim Dawson (born September 10, ) is a Hollywood, California-based author who has specialized in American pop culture (especially early rock and roll) and the history of flatulence. A self-proclaimed "fartologist", he has written three books about flatulence, including the best-selling Who Cut the Cheese? 1 Biography 2 BooksGenre: Popular culture, rock and roll. Who Cut the Cheese? by Jo Nesbo - “Large helpings of whimsy, humorous black-and-white illustrations, and the occasional fart joke provide plenty of silliness” Book Edition: Reprint.