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Stupidity and Ignorance: Cultural, Societal, & Individual Assessments of Two Main Cancers of Society By Alan Waldron, Eric Waldron
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Stupidity and Ignorance is an in depth look at the societal shortcomings of today; specifically viewed by Alan Waldron(deceased). It brings up a host of different topics related to stupidity and... More > ignorance and how we can all avoid this in our everday lives. Edited by Eric Waldron.< Less
Stupidity and Ignorance: Cultural, Societal, & Individual Assessments of Two Main Cancers of Society By Alan Waldron, Eric Waldron
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Stupidity and Ignorance is an in depth look at the societal shortcomings of today; specifically viewed by Alan Waldron(deceased). It brings up a host of different topics related to stupidity and... More > ignorance and how we can all avoid this in our everday lives. Edited by Eric Waldron.< Less
cancer is SO FUNNY! By AMY MARASH
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Cartoons and drawings by Amy Marash convert fear and rage about cancer into a manageable, almost laughable experience. Drawings include: Colon Cancer Doesn't Have a Good Ribbon, I'm Awake, Are You... More > Sleeping?, Mad, Skinny Jeans, Dude, Where's My Toes, and Marco Colo!< Less
cancer is SO FUNNY! By AMY MARASH
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Cartoons and drawings by cancer survivor Amy Marash that convert fear and rage into a manageable, almost laughable experience. Drawings include: Colon Cancer Doesn't Have a Good Ribbon, I'm Awake,... More > Are You Sleeping?, Mad, Skinny Jeans, Dude, Where's My Toes, and Marco Colo!< Less
MY BREAST CANCER By Florence DUMONTEIL
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In 38 years, the diagnosis falls. The author tells in this book the story of her breast cancer with details, advices and a good dose of humor. She chose to face the event otherwise, for example: -she... More > imagined herself the scanner as a machine to project in the time, - she enjoyed herself with names of the patients in waiting rooms:. " Madam Off, it belongs to you " shouted the technician. She observed her since a moment and she had found her sleepy! - she wanted to stick a post-it on her sick breast so that the surgeon does not make a mistake, - and so on. … It is not stupid, never sad and charming. The end is funny. We wonder what are going to look like her children if she has it with her new lover?! (To buy it, it is enough to join free of charge on Lulu and to open an account on the site www.paypal.fr for a secure payment.)< Less
Knowing The Truth May Save Your Life & Money By Chris K H Teo
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In this 36-page booklet I have tried to give you all the information that you need to know about the medical treatment of cancer. This will fill in the gap that the oncologists do not tell you. The... More > facts and opinions in this book are not "cooked up" or merely my imagination. They are all quoted from books or medical journals. Bitter and hard to swallow, these truths have to be told. I hope this information may help you make a wise decision. It is your life! Definition of stupid: Knowing the truth, seeing the truth, but still believing the lies.< Less
Skunks, Trunks, & Pedro By Maria Rachel Hooley
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Chris Banks, a newly appointed sheriff, is up for a rude awakening as Wallace and Willie Gumble, two backwoods twins with more money than sense, strive to break every stupid law on the books,... More > including whaling…in Oklahoma. All Chris wants to do is propose to Debbie Morgan and settle into small-town bliss. But with a town mayor who dresses up like a skunk, a stuffed buffalo named Pedro making appearances, and a bi-polar midget chasing a circus-trained elephant named Trunks, it’s going to take a miracle to get the words, “Will you marry me?” out. There’s also Richard Stone, a close friend who is dying from cancer. Chris is his only option to care for his sixteen-year-old daughter, Shelly. Chris can’t seem to handle the wildlife and isn’t so sure he’s going to fare much better with a teenager, but when life hands you livestock, you just have to join the herd. For Chris, that just might mean a life not only with Debbie but also Shelly.< Less