Crimes Against Humanity
Crimes Against Humanity is a hair-raising memoir, set in the fratire genre, depicting the morally reprehensible activities of El Dookie. From his senior year of high school to thirty-nine years old, this raunchy and humorous glimpse into his life chronicles the repulsive actions inflicted on friends, family, women and strangers. Nothing is off limits in these spine-tingling tales of sex, booze, bodily functions and socially unacceptable behavior.
About Jay Aldridge
In 2006, I decided that I was going to write a screenplay about all the crazy stories I had been involved with. It didn't get much further than a list of atrocities in an outline format. Throughout the years, I have always updated this list of stories; hopefully for a project for another day. In 2015, I wrote a technical manual for an international pharmaceutical company about how to build dialysis clinics in third-world countries; EXCITING STUFF! When I completed it, I had a lot of extra time on my hands. I thought that anything was possible after writing over six-hundred pages, so I decided to finish the screenplay. Plus, what better to write about than events that I was actually familiar with. Writing a screenplay is tough, and developing dialog sucks! After almost dying in a hospital, there was no way these stories were going to die with me. Instead of hacking away at a screenplay, I settled for a book. Writing the stories was the easy part. Choosing a name was the difficult part; how can you choose a title that can encompass a lifetime of socially unacceptable behavior?. The book had to portray my life as El Dookie! The rest they say is history.
About the Author
Graduate-Klondike High School
Graduate-The University of Texas at Arlington
Sigma Chi Alumnus
Life Loyal Sig
Medical Real Estate Developer/International Consultant