MALDEN, MA – After a long and successful run, the John Wiley & Sons, Inc., has discontinued their For Dummies books series after realizing that ‘dummies these days can’t even read’. Sullenly picking up the last printed copy of Foreclosure Investing For Dummies – A Step-By-Step Guide to Investing in Real Estate Foreclosures, CEO John Wiley expressed how doomed he now feels the Dummies Books series was from the beginning. “Before YouTube and Google at least people knew that reading was an important skill, but now everyone thinks that no knowledge is more than a few videos away”, “plus, too many of our Dummies books covered topics that dummies don’t even know exist! I mean, God, most Americans are too busy worrying about being foreclosed on, how could they even conceptualize, let alone read, about foreclosure investing!” Not knowing what to do with the tens-of-thousands of untouched Dummies books, Wiley has begun compiling his own extensive private library – believing that at the US’s current intelligence depreciation rate, his Dummies library may one day be the equivalent to an ivy league education.
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