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ain't gonna hang no pixel By Kevin Slattery
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In 1965, Bob Dylan put down his folk guitar and picked up an electric. This change made a huge impact on the world. Some time ago, but not that far back, an artist stopped painting with paint and... More > switched to pixels. This change broke the heart of the girl who worked in the frame shop. A visually psychedelic tale from an artist who cites the Beatles and MAD magazine as his childhood mentors, "Ain't gonna hang no pixels" is the break-up conversation about CHANGE, CREATIVITY and MISUNDERSTANDING with delightfully irreverent references to Emily Dickinson, Jack Kerouac, Marilyn Monroe, Alfred Hitchcock and more!< Less
Nicotine: The Drug That Never Was, Volume 1: The Biggest Medical Mistake Of The 20Th Century By Christopher Holmes
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In the long-running debate about whether tobacco-smoking is a habit or an addiction, this book is surely the last word. Here, the notion that it's a drug addiction is systematically torn apart, and... More > smoking is emphatically re-defined as a Compulsive Habit, which hypnotherapy can shut down. Cravings are proven to be unrelated to nicotine, and Nicotine Replacement is denounced as a bogus therapy. This lively and irreverent book will be a delight to readers who have issues with the pharmaceutical industry and the medical establishment. This therapist has attitude!< Less
Encyclopedia of Beings By Kellum Johnson
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This enjoyable and exhaustive book takes the reader on a world tour through religions, myths, and folklore. Drawing over 6,000 entries from over 450 cultures, Encyclopedia of Beings is a sweeping... More > reference work and an enjoyable and sometimes irreverent book for casual reading. Beautifully illustrated by Suzi Eberhard, Encyclopedia of Beings is a joy to behold and a delight to read. Students of world religions, lovers of mythology, and casual readers alike will enjoy this book.< Less
Nicotine: The Drug That Never Was Volume 1: The Biggest Medical Mistake of the 20th Century By Christopher Holmes
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In the long-running debate about whether tobacco-smoking is a habit or an addiction, this book is surely the last word. Here, the notion that it's a drug addiction is systematically torn apart, and... More > smoking is emphatically re-defined as a Compulsive Habit, which hypnotherapy can shut down. Cravings are proven to be unrelated to nicotine, and Nicotine Replacement is denounced as a bogus therapy. This lively and irreverent book will be a delight to readers who have issues with the pharmaceutical industry and the medical establishment. This therapist has attitude! *You can now read excerpts from this book at the campaign website www.truthwillout.co.uk< Less
Nicotine: The Drug That Never Was Volume 1: The Biggest Medical Mistake of the 20th Century By Christopher Holmes
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In the long-running debate about whether tobacco-smoking is a habit or an addiction, this book is surely the last word. Here, the notion that it's a drug addiction is systematically torn apart, and... More > smoking is emphatically re-defined as a Compulsive Habit, which hypnotherapy can shut down. Cravings are proven to be unrelated to nicotine, and Nicotine Replacement is denounced as a bogus therapy. This lively and irreverent book will be a delight to readers who have issues with the pharmaceutical industry and the medical establishment. This therapist has attitude! *You can now read excerpts from this book at the campaign website www.truthwillout.co.uk< Less
Field Guide To The Saints By Kathleen Rushford Murray
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A Field Guide to the Saints: The Traveller's Illustrated Handbook To Church Art provides a fun and easy way to identify the saints found in churches and museums, and to learn their... More > stories. Especially designed for travellers visiting southern Europe (but relevant anywhere that saints are found), this book allows you to solve the mystery of "Who is that saint?". It's a thrill to decode these images using the easy-to-read identification "clue list," and doing so can make visits to churches and museums a truly fun experience, a game anyone can play. If you are headed to Europe, bring this delightful, authoritative, and practical book along! You'll love reading the stories of the saints. The material is engaging and slightly irreverent, but always informative. "Absolutely Delightful in it's whimsical and informative details on the Lives of the Saints!" - Helen H. Bayly, Florence Convocation on Art and Clutural Initiatives, Firenze, Italia.< Less
Swill 2011 By James William Neilson
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SWILL was a shock and awe boot to the head at science fiction fandom. Vicious, angry, intentionally offensive, silly, irreverent, and obnoxious; brimming with the malicious delight of a shock-jock... More > gadfly screaming with feigned anger – all sound and fury – in an effort to rattle the comfortable status quo of the Toronto SF fan establishment while creating the construct of some sort of SF fan rebel or outlaw. At least that is how the "trufen" within the Toronto SF fan community viewed SWILL -- they hated it. SWILL ran for 7 issues in 1981 and was revived in 2001 as a website on Tripod (the SWILL Online site still exists). In 2011 there was a 30th anniversary revival – SWILL @ 30. This volume contains issues #8 through #12 of SWILL – the SWILL @ 30 issues. PN3433.5.J36 2012 809.3'8762 C2012-901693-4< Less
A Penis By Any Other Name By Daniel Blue
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‘A Penis By Any Other Name’ pokes fun at man’s best friend (sorry dogs, you get beaten into second place each and every time).Light-hearted and irreverent it is not to be taken... More > seriously at all. In truth, this book is almost as ridiculous as its subject. Men worry about their penises: they are never, ever big enough. Men can be proud of their penises, ashamed of them, delighted or amazed by them; the one thing they cannot do is ignore them. How else do you explain the vast array of words to describe that fleshy little appendage down below? How many words do you know for the ridiculous little thing? Come inside and see if your favourite words have been included. Tickle your funny bone with Daniel Blue’s descriptions of man’s favourite toy.< Less
A Penis By Any Other Name By Daniel Blue
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‘A Penis By Any Other Name’ pokes fun at man’s best friend (sorry dogs, you get beaten into second place each and every time). Lighthearted and irreverent it is not to be taken... More > seriously at all. In truth, this book is almost as ridiculous as its subject. Men worry about their penises: they are never, ever big enough. Men can be proud of their penises, ashamed of them, delighted or amazed by them; the one thing they cannot do is ignore them. How else do you explain the vast array of words to describe that fleshy little appendage down below? How many words do you know for the ridiculous little thing? Come inside and see if your favourite words have been included. Tickle your funny bone with Daniel Blue’s descriptions of man’s favourite toy.< Less
The Complete Leader By Eddie Obeng, Christophe Gillet
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Leaders operating in an increasingly complex, world need this book to help navigate their way through the ambiguity of continuous change. David Sweeney National School of Government Laced with... More > humour. Leading change is not so scary now! Zoe van Zwanenberg, Scottish Leadership Foundation. Obeng & Gillet offer a fresh, stimulating, & pragmatic approach. Thierry Bonetto, Danone An enjoyable and delightfully irreverent book that de-mystifies leadership. Tim Last Duke Corporate Education I found the tools and techniques; practical, applicable, relevant, useful, easy to use, easy to explain to others. Catherine Iacobo Lexmark International Brilliantly different! Martin Baker, Dorset Police Obeng’s books are in a style far removed from the ponderous approach of most management tomes. Financial Times A pragmatic book. An antidote to the Pollyanna waffle of 'Authentic Leadership'. How to influence change through no holds-barred leadership. Now leaders are made not just born!< Less