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The Boiler Room Boys
|Author||: Tim D. Smith|
|Publsiher||: Wipf and Stock Publishers|
|Total Pages||: 196|
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In The Boiler Room Boys: An Underground Story of Science, Religion, and the Faith that Fuels Both, Tim Smith describes how from too-young an age he followed two seemingly alternate paths, religion and science, only to find that they are not alternate at all. His so-called “yellow brick road” began with a group of boys meeting independently in his grade school’s boiler room. Conflicting teaching by religious and scientific fundamentalists led him toward a PhD in biomathematics and toward atheism. His attraction to theology and philosophy and the events of his life drew his path back toward the connection between science and his childhood Christianity. However, it wasn’t the intellectual pursuits that showed him the nature of God. Rather, it was life’s experiences that allowed him to hear God’s voice and to sense God’s spirit. In The Boiler Room Boys, Smith reconciles his faith in religion and science, describing how science and theology support one another. In doing so, he also identifies where he sees that both theology and science have taken bad turns that get in the way of people young and old understanding and experiencing the world as it really is. There are many questions that couldn’t be addressed in The Boiler Room Boys, questions that Smith continues to write about from his own boiler room (www.theboilerroomboys.com).
The Boiler Room and Other Telephone Sales Scams
|Author||: Robert Joseph Stevenson|
|Publsiher||: University of Illinois Press|
|Total Pages||: 286|
|Genre||: Telephone selling|
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You'll marvel at Stevenson's insider knowledge of product houses, service shops, and other aspects of a major industry in which both employees and customers are in daily peril - the former of losing their jobs, and the latter of losing their money. In an epilogue, Stevenson discusses ethical issues involved when researchers conduct covert fieldwork in natural settings.
Boiler Room Boys
|Total Pages||: 152|
|Genre||: Gay erotic literature|
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|Total Pages||: 56|
Download Boys Life Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Boys' Life is the official youth magazine for the Boy Scouts of America. Published since 1911, it contains a proven mix of news, nature, sports, history, fiction, science, comics, and Scouting.
|Author||: Barry Irwin|
|Publsiher||: Xlibris Corporation|
|Total Pages||: 308|
|Genre||: Sports & Recreation|
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Derby Innovator is the story of the making of Animal Kingdom by Barry Irwin, a self-taught, self-styled sportsman and entrepreneur who shook racing's Establishment to its very foundations by employing unconventional methods and practices to break all the rules in winning the Kentucky Derby, a race that has been called "the greatest two minutes in sports." Born into a family in Los Angeles that shunned horse racing, Irwin turned a childhood pipedream of winning a racehorse in a tobacco company's naming contest into a stable full of horses that have won some of the most historic and lucrative prizes on The Turf, not only in America, but in Great Britain, Europe, China, the Middle East and South Africa. Experience the intoxicating brand of excitement that only Thoroughbred racing can deliver, as horses bred, bought and managed by Irwin plunder riches and beat royalty at Longchamp, Meydan, Churchill Downs, Santa Anita and Sha Tin. Join Irwin as he prospects for potential Champions in such faraway locales as Uruguay, Zimbabwe, South Africa, and Croatia. Learn his methods of finding obscure bloodlines that he blends with American pedigrees to produce Breeders' Cup and Classic winners at Churchill Downs. Rub elbows with some of the biggest movers and shakers in international racing such as Dubai Ruler Sheik Mohammed, MGM CEO Gary Barber, South African trainer Mike de Kock, South African movie producer Anant Singh, trainer Graham Motion, Australian stallion developer John Messara, trainer Todd Pletcher, South African breeder Gaynor Rupert. Share an elusive Derby triumph and a heartbreaking Derby head-bob loss. Feel what it's like to reach the heights as well as the terrible losses. They are all here in Derby Innovator.
Oversight Hearings on Asbestos Health Hazards to Schoolchildren
|Author||: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Education and Labor. Subcommittee on Elementary, Secondary, and Vocational Education|
|Total Pages||: 982|
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Asbestos School Hazard Detection and Control Act of 1979
|Author||: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Labor and Human Resources. Subcommittee on Education, Arts, and Humanities|
|Total Pages||: 288|
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|Author||: Wang Xiaobo|
|Publsiher||: Random House|
|Total Pages||: 230|
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The bestselling novel by cult writer Wang Xiaobo, a satire of the Cultural Revolution, in its first full English translation 'Fills the reader with aching poignancy, and yet makes them want to laugh out loud' Jung Chang, author of Wild Swans Twenty-one year old Wang Er, stationed in a remote mountain commune, spends his days herding oxen, napping and dreaming of losing his virginity. His dreams come true in the shape of the beautiful doctor Cheng Qinyang. So begins the riotously funny story of their illicit love affair, the Party officials who enjoy their forced confessions a little too much, and Wang's life under the Communist regime: his misadventures as a biology lecturer in a Beijing university, and his entanglements with family, friends and lovers. Golden Age is an explosive, subversive, wild and hilarious satire, featuring one of literature's great protagonists, a sensation when it was published in the 1990s and beloved today.
Orange Coast Magazine
|Total Pages||: 312|
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Orange Coast Magazine is the oldest continuously published lifestyle magazine in the region, bringing together Orange County¹s most affluent coastal communities through smart, fun, and timely editorial content, as well as compelling photographs and design. Each issue features an award-winning blend of celebrity and newsmaker profiles, service journalism, and authoritative articles on dining, fashion, home design, and travel. As Orange County¹s only paid subscription lifestyle magazine with circulation figures guaranteed by the Audit Bureau of Circulation, Orange Coast is the definitive guidebook into the county¹s luxe lifestyle.
The Border Boys Across the Frontier
|Author||: Fremont B. Deering|
|Publsiher||: 1st World Publishing|
|Total Pages||: 202|
|Genre||: Literary Collections|
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Can you make out any sign of the mesa yet, Pete? The speaker, a sun-bronzed lad of about seventeen, mounted on a bright bay pony with a white-starred forehead, drew rein as he spoke. Shoving back his sombrero, he shielded his eyes from the shimmering
|Author||: Stephanie St. Klaire|
|Publsiher||: Stephanie St. Klaire|
|Total Pages||: 308|
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Liam is the second book in this fan favorite series by best-selling author, Stephanie St. Klaire. Tech genius Liam O’Reilly must finally overcome his past to claim his future in this edge of your seat thriller with a plot twist you won’t see coming. It’s a game against time and Felicity Nichols is the prize. He’s met his match behind the screen and will stop at nothing to bring down the lethal hacker that stands between him and all that he’s fighting for in this heart wrenching, action packed, second chance at love story that will leave you questioning...how safe are you? The O'Reilly Brothers are your next binge read series - they're unputdownable... Brother's Keeper II: Liam - Running blind, and hiding in plain sight may be your only option, when your villain isn’t just behind you but all around you. When a past Felicity Nichols thought was dead and buried threatens everyone she loves, that’s exactly what she encounters. There’s nowhere to run, nowhere to hide because her villain can follow her anywhere. Liam O’Reilly is as loyal and protective as they come. When Felicity falls victim to a cyber stalker who wants something she has, he will stop at nothing to protect her and his family from the danger threatening them at every turn. Technology may make life easier for some, but it’s the smoking gun that can end it all for others. Power, and money will never be enough – it will only get you so far. The power struggle threatens to turn deadly when Liam meets his match, behind the computer screen, in a race of wills against time. If Liam can’t overcome his past, it will cost him more than another broken heart and shattered soul. Felicity remains the light in his darkness, revealing love is the most dangerous weapon of all...but will it be enough? One thing is certain… sometimes rules are meant to be broken. Liam and Brother’s Keeper Security fight to bring a faceless predator to justice before they run out of time...and Liam loses more than just a second chance at love.
When the Clouds Roll In
|Author||: M. Chris Benner|
|Publsiher||: M. Chris Benner|
|Total Pages||: 400|
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Cold bottle of beer, loyal dog at his feet, and the bedroom window cracked just enough to aim the barrel of his hunting rifle toward the Mexican border...just in case, ya know? Unrepentantly racist and sly as a fox, ol’ Duragard is the prickliest bastard around. But as the sun sets on Sugar Pointe, Texas, the warm breeze carries something far more sinister—a brutal force of nature, one as cunning as it is relentless—and in order to survive the night, one town's last hope will be its most cantankerous resident... Frightfully entertaining and distinctly original, the fourth novel by author M. Chris Benner (Seven Devils, Henri Ville) is a mix of skin-crawling horror and subversive humor that’ll keep you on the edge of your seat until the shocking final page. Includes the BONUS novella Welcome to Braeden... After a disturbing act of violence, a group of strangers must stay overnight on the desolate island of Braeden – where the soil is as dark as the history, and nothing is as it seems.
History of Greed
|Author||: David E. Y. Sarna|
|Publsiher||: John Wiley & Sons|
|Total Pages||: 416|
|Genre||: Business & Economics|
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The “greater fool” theory of economics states that it’s possible to make money by buying paper (securities), whether overvalued or not, and later, selling it at a profit because there will always be an even greater fool willing to pay the higher price. Many described in this book profited by peddling such worthless junk to foolish investors. But for some people—Bernie Madoff, Norman Hsu, Sholam Weiss, and “Crazie Eddie” Antar, aka the “Darth Vader of Capitalism”—overvalued securities were not enough. Outright fraud was their way of life. History of Greed is the compelling inside story of the names you know—Charles Ponzi, Baron Rothschild, Lou Pearlman—and the names you don’t—Isaac Le Maire, the world’s first “naked” short-seller. It’s also our story—why we ignore the lessons of the past and fall prey, most every time, to the promise of easy money. For thousands of years, alchemists unsuccessfully tried to turn worthless base metals into gold. Where science failed at turning nothing into something, business succeeded. Sometimes we praise the creators of derivatives, collateral debt obligations, subprime mortgages, credit default swaps, or auction rate securities as Wall Street’s new financial wizards, the creators of “magic paper.” Other times, we vilify and prosecute them as scam artists. Sometimes, it’s hard to tell who is who. History of Greed reveals the inside secrets of how the markets really work, and how scam artists abuse them to gain an unfair edge or to outright steal. It describes how luftgescheft (“air business”), wizardry, dishonesty, and fraud are used to swindle people. Along with a comprehensive bibliography, History of Greed also details: 400 years of financial fraud—from everyday fraud to the odd and unusual Accounting fraud (phantom sales), stock option fraud (backdating), auction rate securities, hedge fund fraud, Ponzi schemes, promotion fraud (pump-and-dump scams), and money laundering How to detect fraudulent schemes How government regulation only fixes yesterday’s problems If it’s too good to be true, it probably is. If they say you can’t lose, you probably will. History of Greed shows that there really is no such thing as a free lunch, while also detailing how not to become the “greater fool.”
Report of the President of the Board of Education
|Total Pages||: 280|
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|Author||: Knight, Victor M.|
|Publsiher||: Pelican Publishing|
|Total Pages||: 180|
Download Florida Scams Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
We all know about Florida's sun, surf, and senior citizen population, but what do we know about its seedy underbelly? It is a fact that Florida's loophole-laden tax laws and laissez-faire attitude have attracted all kinds of swindlers, from the garden variety con man to criminals as infamous as Al Capone. It is also a fact that Vic Knight knows virtually all there is to know about every one of them. As a tenth-generation Floridian, Knight has abundant personal knowledge of Florida history, which augments his wealth of research on scams. Taking the immortal words of his Papa Johnson and Papa Knight, he has compiled a set of Grandaddy's Rules that can help a person see through the "smooth-talking jaspers" who over the years have bamboozled victims out of billions of dollars. Witty, informal, and sprinkled with down-home Florida vernacular, Knight's tales of the strange educate as they delight. Shady characters like mayor/preacher/convicted felon Oyster King Willie Popham, the fictitious Prince Michael of Austria, and "the mysterious fifty-dollar tipper" carry off a potpourri of scams involving everything from luxury cars to ostrich eggs to phony tax returns. Knight explains how Boca Raton is a city based on the scam, like Treasure Island, whose very name comes from the scam that put it on the map. These cons attract scores of people because they seem fool-proof; but remember Grandaddy's Rule #3:"Nobody ever pulled a rabbit out of a hat without carefully puttin' one in there first." Victor M. Knight, a successful radio-station owner turned Florida guru, is a busy lecturer and television-show host.
|Author||: Timothy James Bazzett|
|Publsiher||: Rathole Books|
|Total Pages||: 372|
|Genre||: Biography & Autobiography|
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In 1962 when Tim Bazzett graduated from high school he'd had enough of academia and classroom drudgery, so he joined the army - and received an education he'd never imagined. Perhaps one of the most unlikely and inept citizen-soldiers since Gomer Pyle, Tim somehow survives the terrors and tribulations of basic training at "Fort Lost-in-the-Woods, Misery," and after further training in the mysteries of Morse code in Massachusetts and Maryland, the small-town innocent is launched overseas and into the larger world. In northern Turkey he finds himself a link in the outermost defenses of America during a Cold War he only imperfectly understands. There he sees poverty and hatred in the faces of children and is forced to confront his own faults and inner demons. Later on in Germany, no longer quite so innocent, he chases girls and dreams of being a rock star. But at the heart of Bazzett's narrative are the characters - the friends he makes along the way. For this is ultimately a book about friendship - and about growing up. In his first volume of memoirs, Bazzett made his Michigan hometown in the fifties come alive for all his readers. In Soldier Boy, his military experiences are made just as real. Get ready to laugh, and maybe cry a little too, as the irrepressible Reed City Boy rides again.