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The Billionaires' Manifesto By Kurt Opprecht
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An indignant smackdown to the unwashed audacity of the Occupy movement, The Billionaires’ Manifesto is the revolutionary gambit of shipping mogul Thurston H. to create a New Plutocracy and put... More > the 99% forever in their place. Includes: • The Five Myths that Keep Complacency Alive • A blueprint of the coming Corporate State • Strategies for Fear Mongering in the Post 9/11 Landscape (Bleeding hearts be aware, this book contains graphic depictions of harsh economic realities.)< Less
The Upright Christian By Fred Smith
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Take a ride with billionaire,Ted Parker,as he takes Tyrone for a ride into his strange world of waste and folly. In this raunchey, politicaly incorrect comedy,full of gut busting foul humour,Ted... More > tries to make a fool of everyone around him and loves to show how much money he can waste in front of poor people. This time around he finds the chips may not fall in his favor and gets into a fix that his money can't buy him out of. The twists, turns and fast moving humour will leave you rolling on the ground in laughter.< Less
march of the libertines By Marsalis Higgs
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While her drug-dealing boyfriends ignore her, her socialite best friends go commando on the red carpet. Her father may run a software empire, but he has no idea how to be a single parent. She is... More > afraid of being alone, fond of the smell of hotel rooms. And although she's only 15, DeLorean Pierce already sees humanity as a group of libertines, marching to their own rhythm. Set at the height of the decadent Bush Jr.-era and told in short cinematic takes, MARCH OF THE LIBERTINES follows the many exploits and misadventures of a rebellious heiress growing up in a darkly colorful world of crackpot billionaires, flaming youth, drunken orgies, and the ever-present paparazzi, waiting to snap away at one's next tragedy.< Less

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