On The Tonight Show tonight, Jimmy Fallon did a comedy bit involving books with odd titles or subjects.
One of the books he featured was John B. Thompson's Alaska as It Used to Was, which was chosen, no doubt, for its grammatically-challenged title.
Out of curiosity, I looked up Alaska as It Used to Was on Amazon.com. Nothing stood out until I scrolled down to "Customers Who Viewed This Item Also Viewed." That caught my eye because there were only two items listed, neither of which seems to have any connection to Alaska as It Used to Was, nor to each other.
The two books are How to Avoid Huge Ships by John W. Trimmer and Soldier of Change: From the Closet to the Forefront of the Gay Rights Movement by Stephen Snyder-Hill.
Big boats? Gay soldiers? Alaska's past? Two of these things are not like the others.
In the comments section below, I will entertain suggestions about what the relationship among these three books might be. There must be some connection, but it escapes me.