Fooled Me Once Shame On You Fooled Me Twice Shame On Me
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|Author||: Myles W. Wallace|
|Editor||: Author House|
LOVE I see birds serenading air Flowers blooming everywhere Truly it is a time to share I feel love I see couples holding hands Joy between woman and man Compassion across this land I feel love I see shining sunlight The high moon bright Stars showering night Sparkle in my life I feel love I cherish the tenderness of your kiss The sweetness of your lips Love has me convinced Life is bliss I feel love
|Author||: Christina Pesoli|
|Editor||: Seal Press|
With half of all marriages in America ending, more and more women are finding themselves in the midst of the messy, emotional divorce process. It’s easy to get sucked into the Divortex: a black hole of despair created by navigating legal issues, personal stresses, and the strain of putting lives back together. Packed with no-nonsense advice and practical survival tips, Break Free from the Divortex offers advice from someone who can do more than settle your case. Christina Pesoli is a professional divorce coach and an attorney who acts as therapist, lawyer, and best friend, all rolled into one relatable guide. Pesoli teaches the reader how to: Avoid blow-ups with her ex by employing a “less is more” approach Choose the right divorce lawyer to get the most for her money while keeping costs down Shake off her ex’s dating escapades and get ready to date after her divorce is finalized—without repeating the same mistakes Filled with honest wisdom from someone who’s been divorced herself, Break Free from the Divortex delivers the advice women need to come out on top—with their finances and their sanity intact.
|Author||: Wolfgang Mieder,Stewart A. Kingsbury,Kelsie B. Harder|
|Editor||: Oxford University Press on Demand|
Contains over 15,000 proverbs used in the United States and Canada which have British, classical, Biblical, and European origins
|Author||: Frank Viscuso|
|Editor||: Fire Engineering Books|
Through powerful stories and proven principles, Step Up Your Teamwork teaches how to create momentum, prepare for success, prevent collapse, and turn a group of individuals into a high-functioning team. Frank Viscuso encourages each person to tap into individual talents, skills, and abilities and recognize how to use these skills to improve the team as a whole. The book discusses various proven firefighting team-building methods you can implement immediately.
|Author||: Tina Brooks McKinney|
|Editor||: Simon and Schuster|
Tina Brooks McKinney is back with the third thrilling installment in her "drama" trilogy -- where people will do anything to get the love they feel they deserve. When Tarcia finds out the man she's been trying to snag already has a family, she becomes desperate and willing to go to any lengths to get back what she's lost -- even when it means tearing up another family to pin this married man down for herself. Claiming pregnancy is just another move for her, but one that might end her up in jail. At the same time, Sammie -- a familiar face from All That Drama and Lawd, Mo' Drama -- is battling through her own relationship problems as well, and her insecurities are hijacking any chance she might have for happiness. And while Jasmine, Sammie's half-sister, tries to help her make it through the tough times, she might end up as more of a hindrance to Sammie's emotional well-being. As the characters search for the perfect life, readers are put in tune with their boiling emotions and learn the cost of basing one's happiness on having a mate. How far should one go in pursuing love, and what happens when all these go-getters start trippin' over each other in the chase? Who, if any of them, will discover true bliss in the end?
|Author||: Duncan J. Irschick,Mark Briffa,Jeffrey Podos|
|Editor||: John Wiley & Sons|
The diversity of animal signals has been widely documented, and the generality of animal signals also tantalizingly suggests that there are common mechanisms that have selected for their origin. However, while much progress has been made on some fronts, we still lack a general theory about why the diversity of signaling structures exist. Our compilation will directly address this gap by focusing on an exciting new arena of sexual selection, namely using functional approaches to understand signaling. This approach is rooted in the idea that many signals are designed to transmit important functional imformation that is both important for issues of male quality (and hence male competition), and female choice. The increasing use of technology in sexual selection studies has enabled researchers to test whether signaling is either constrained by, or accurately transmits information about functional capacities. Further, in animals that fight vigorously, functional capacities such as endurance or strength may make the difference between winning and losing. This volume brings together a diverse collection of researchers who are actively investigating how function and signaling are related. These researchers use both a variety of methods and taxa to study animal signaling, and we believe that this integrative view is important to open up fresh vistas for why animal signals have evolved.
|Author||: Rosemarie Jarski|
|Editor||: Random House|
'They misunderestimated me' George W. Bush Einstein said only two things are infinite - the universe and human stupidity. So in deference to the dumbing down of our culture, comes Dim Wit - a collection of the most jaw-droppingly stupid things ever said. The cast includes every famous foot-in-mouther from George W Bush to Prince Philip, Paris Hilton to Jade Goody, not to mention hundreds of unsung idiots plucked from villages the world over. The result is a confederacy of dunces more pro-fun than profound - a clever witticism may coax an inward smile but it takes a really stupid remark to deliver a belly laugh. So pick up Dim Wit and prepare to embrace your inner moron - it may be the smartest thing you do... 'My grandma overheard two women talking in a doctor's surgery. After a while, one said to the other, "Do you know, Mary, I don't feel too well. I think I'll go home."' - Robyn Jankel 'I don't think anyone should write his autobiography until after he's dead.' - Samuel Goldwyn 'Winston Churchill? Wasn't he the first black President of America? There's a statue of him near me - that's black.' - Danielle Lloyd
|Author||: Richard M. Mosey|
|Editor||: Algora Publishing|
The short-term benefits of unlimited growth are driving the American economic and social model right off a cliff. The author shows how corporations drown out scientists and global elites prosper during economic collapse. He explores the role of monotheistic religions in abetting population growth and downplaying human agency in the current unprecedented crisis and charts the effects of increasing poverty, population migration, and social tension.
|Author||: Hugh Rawson,Margaret Miner|
|Editor||: Oxford University Press|
Collects the words of Americans from all walks of life, presenting more than five thousand entries in a browser-friendly, cross-referenced, and single-column format that encompasses more than five hundred topics.
|Author||: Robin P. Currie|
|Editor||: Archway Publishing|
Lies are everywhere, but we can see the truth if we try really hard. Following up on the success of her first philosophical book, Pray without Ceasing, Robin P. Currie leads readers on a humorous adventure into the grey area between truth, lies, and manipulations. She seeks to answer questions such as: • What happens when we live outside of our core truths and values? • What secrets do we keep tucked away deep inside ourselves? • What benefits can we realize by converting to a more fluid way of approaching life’s ups and downs? The author’s purpose is to dispel and refute limiting beliefs, but she also questions whether limiting beliefs are real at all. Are we told we have limiting beliefs, when in fact, we have none? Could the entire concept be a profound untruth that, when believed, places upon us a predestined measure of suffering? Join the author as she exposes ridiculous deceptions, hilarious lies, and the irony of our own beliefs in A Leopard Can’t Change Its Spots.
|Author||: Leland Gregory|
|Editor||: Andrews McMeel Publishing|
"It's important for people to know that I'm the president of everybody." --President George W. Bush, from Air Force One, January 14, 2005 Who Leland Gregory voted for in the 2004 presidential election is his business. But when George W. Bush won a second term, Gregory had to be doing cartwheels around his computer. The humorist, after all, makes a career of recording human behavior at, let's just say, its less-than-brilliant moments. Bush-Whacked does a thorough job of tracking the president's language mangling as well as the inept bungling of his administration: * "And so during these holiday seasons, we thank our blessings . . ." --GWB at Fort Belvoir, Va., December 21, 2004. * Through bureaucratic mismanagement, parts for a top-secret spy plane, originally intended for destruction, were discovered being auctioned off on eBay. --New York Post * "(T)he illiteracy level of our children are appalling." --GWB, Washington, D.C., January 23, 2004 With his expert nose for nuttiness, Gregory includes numerous perplexing quotes, wacky anecdotes, and weird one-liners in this hysterical collection. This isn't the president at his finest, just Dubya at his funniest.
|Author||: Stephen King|
|Editor||: Simon and Schuster|
“An unforgettable, unflinching glimpse into a mind driven to murder” (San Francisco Chronicle)—the #1 national bestseller from Stephen King about a housekeeper with a long-hidden secret from her past…one that tests her own will to survive. Dolores Claiborne is suspected of killing Vera Donovan, her wealthy employer, and when the police question her, she tells the story of her life, harkening back to her disintegrating marriage and the suspicious death of her violent husband thirty years earlier. Dolores also tells of Vera’s physical and mental decline and how she became emotionally demanding in recent years. Given a voice as compelling as any in contemporary fiction, the strange intimacy between Dolores and Vera—and the link that binds them—unfolds in Dolores’s account. It shows, finally, how fierce love can be, and how dreadful its consequences. And how the soul, harrowed by the hardest life, can achieve a kind of grace. Hailed by Entertainment Weekly as a “tour de force, Dolores Claiborne is “a literary triumph. The finest of King novels…a plot of enormous energy…Read this book” (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel).
|Author||: Myles W. Wallace|
|Editor||: Trafford Publishing|
This book is about poetry. Poetry regarding how it affected and continues to affect my life through working, church, family, and living.
|Author||: John Wilson|
|Editor||: Oxford University Press, USA|
This book provides a pragmatic analysis of presidential language. Pragmatics is concerned with "meaning in context," or the relationship between what we say and what we mean. John Wilson explores the various ways in which U.S. Presidents have used language within specific social contexts to achieve specific objectives. This includes obfuscation, misdirection, the use of metaphor or ambiguity, or in some cases simply lying. He focuses on six presidents: John F. Kennedy, Richard M. Nixon, Ronald W. Reagan, William F. Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack H. Obama. These presidents cover most of the last half of the twentieth century, and the first decade of the twenty first century, and each has been associated with a specific linguistic quality. John F. Kennedy was famed for his quality of oratory, Nixon for his manipulative use of language, Reagan for his gift of telling stories, Clinton for his ability to engage the public and to linguistically turn arguments and descriptions in particular directions. Bush, on the other hand, was famed for his inability to use language appropriately, and Obama returns us to the rhetorical flourishes of early Kennedy. In the case of each president, a range of specific examples are explored in order to highlight the ways in which a pragmatic analysis may provide an insight into presidential language. In many cases, what the president says is not necessarily what the president means.
|Author||: Todd McGowan|
|Editor||: Northwestern University Press|
Only a Joke Can Save Us presents an innovative and comprehensive theory of comedy. Using a wealth of examples from high and popular culture and with careful attention to the treatment of humor in philosophy, Todd McGowan locates the universal source of comedy in the interplay of the opposing concepts lack and excess. After reviewing the treatment of comedy in the work of philosophers as varied as Aristotle, G. W. F. Hegel, Sigmund Freud, Henri Bergson, and Alenka Zupancic, McGowan, working in a psychoanalytic framework, demonstrates that comedy results from the deployment of lack and excess, whether in contrast, juxtaposition, or interplay. Illustrating the power and flexibility of this framework with analyses of films ranging from Buster Keaton and Marx Brothers classics to Dr. Strangelove and Groundhog Day, McGowan shows how humor can reveal gaps in being and gaps in social order. Scholarly yet lively and readable, Only a Joke Can Save Us is a groundbreaking examination of the enigmatic yet endlessly fascinating experience of humor and comedy.
|Author||: Sergio De La Mora|
|Editor||: Whitaker House|
Everyone knows the God who keeps the rules, and tells us to keep them, too. But most have never met the God who breaks the rules, and breaks them to bring us close. Religion needs an updated understanding of God. We have defined God and put Him in a box—when it is God who wants to define us. God is not satisfied with our living a limited life with a limited view of Him, full of confusion, hampered by doubt, and clouded despite the hundreds of thousands of churches, pastors, and sermons. Whether your rules are personal, religious, environmental, or societal, if He has to break them to get to you, He will. God will do whatever it takes to clarify you, call you, prepare you, and promote you. He broke the rules for David, for Abraham, for Moses, for Joshua, for Rahab, and He will break them for you too, if you let Him. Because when you’re ready to rediscover God, there’s not a single rule that can get in the way.
|Author||: C. Sanders|
|Editor||: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform|
Carl Scott seemed to have it all: A solid family, soon to be college grad, luck with the ladies, and financial freedom. What more could he ask for? Well, he didn't ask for it, but some mishaps along the way changed his life forever. Follow Carl's harrowing journey through the plights of self-discovery, love-less relationships, stereotypes, triumph, and potential tragedy as he struggles against the system in an uphill battle to defeat what has plagued Black America more than high cholesterol, diabetes, and high blood pressure: The Baby Daddy Syndrome
|Author||: Caroline Cross|
|Editor||: Page Publishing Inc|
Well, Jesus suffered. My suffering began as a child and continued into my adulthood. Well, God so loved the world that He gave his only begotten Son. Jesus suffered while going to the cross, and on the cross now He sits on the throne. I suffered on into adulthood, and afterward, yet I still live, so why not tell my story? I want others to know God is a forgiving god, and all they have to do is repent and depart from their evil and wicked ways. Yes, you can tell what you endured and how God brought you through it. I’m blessed to have made it by the grace and mercy of God. Jesus suffered, and I and others have suffered also. Some didn’t live to tell their story, and some couldn’t read or write, some could not afford it, and some didn’t have the courage. I’m glad gave me the courage. I believe in Him for He cannot lie. God is love, and I plan to live and love forevermore.