"I Don't reMemoir": Ted Kennedy's Autobiography on the Way, Pending an Accident

This could be the first book ever that comes bundled with its own dive mask and scotch flask:

A bidding war has erupted for the rights to Sen. Ted Kennedy’s (D-Mass.) autobiography, which could end up well into the mid-seven figure range.

The floor price to get in the running is believed to be around $2 million.

It costs a fortune to get those who have made a career out of battling the greedy to do anything, doesn’t it?

Feel free to help Ted with a title for the book. So far, I’m recommending these:

–Up scope!

–The night I saw papa Joe taggin’ Gloria Swanson, and other tales from Camelot

–Outside the lines

–The drunkest generation

–The greatest living argument for term limits

Granted, that last one is a long-shot.

Author: Doug Powers

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