Agent Mulder Enlisted To Unravel The Mystery Of The Beatles' Endorsement Of Bacal's If It Wasn't For The Customer I'd Really Like This Job Book
As the controversy rages over the Beatle's endorsement of Robert Bacal's book, as reported by TMZZZ, investigators have discovered that the file has been turned over to X-Files investigators. As can be seen from the photo below, Agent Mulder is seen pondering the book cover that has book publishers up in arms. His task? To determine just how its possible that the Beatles endorsed this book some multiple decades before it was actually published.
According to calculations about the age of the first leaked Beatles picture, showing them holding up the book cover of If It Wasn't For The Customers I'd Really Like This Job: Stop Angry, Hostile Customers COLD While Remaining Professional, Stress Free, Efficient and Cool As A Cucumber , it appears like the photo was taken in the early 1960's.
Reportedly Mulder is looking at how that could be possible, given the book author would have been somewhere between nine years of age and fifteen, when he wrote the book. It's reported that X-Files investigators are considering whether Bacal was, indeed a prodigy to have produced the book at that age, or whether some supernatural explanation is the most likely. It's been reported that Mulder is looking at the possibility that time travel is involved. Or that Bacal sold his soul to the devil to get the Beatles' endorsement.
Bacal Silent Amidst The Controversy
Attempts to contact Robert Bacal for clarification have not received a response. However, an anonymous source close to the author, who wishes not to be identified because he doesn't exists said this:
"Robert is a great guy and all, but the truth is he's a very grumpy bastard. He's not going to address this anywhere, and if you hound him about this, you might find yourself waking up with a pile of his books under your pillow. I'm telling you, you don't want that. Hey, I love him like a lodge brother, but he's just plain nasty, venal, and a complete deckhead. Once when he was angry with me for eating his twinkie, he forced me at gun point to read all of his books without stopping. It took like twenty five days. Man, that guy just writes and writes and writes."
The investigation continues...
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