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Do everyday annoyances make you want to tear out what’s left of your hair? Author and comic book store owner Rembert N. Parker feels your pain, and he’s here to give you a piece of his mind.
Nobody Wants Your Stuff - Resisting the Challenges of the 21st Century #2 is the sequel to the popular How Much Extra Does No Cheese Cost? book and is once again full of essays, insights, and anecdotes from a true contender for the World’s Most Interesting Man. With dry wit and hilarious adages, Parker tackles an eclectic mix of topics from a first kiss to how long marriages should last (and everything in between).
In this book, you’ll discover:
How save money on medical tests
why calculus is cripling computer programming
How an eclipse led to a published D&D adventure
How Ray Bradbury got kicked out of the dealer's room at WorldCon
Ten ways to screw up a mortgage, and much, much more!
With a wide-ranging mix of rants on pop culture, politics, and coping with the present, Parker’s personal stories show you how to conquer problems with poise. Using Parker’s toolbox of humor, irony, and common sense, you too can take on any challenge.
Resisting the Challenges of the 21st Century is a must-read collection of hilarious essays for the Baby Boomer generation. If you like observational humor, expanding your point-of-view, and an in-depth look at the past, present, and future, then you’ll love Rembert N Parker’s side-splitting stories.
Buy Nobody Wants Your Stuff - Resisting the Challenges of the 21st Century #2 to confront the present today!
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By R. Sarle on 12-15-17
Comic Books or this guys life
Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?
If you are not into comic books and this guys life then after the firs chapter it is a waste of time.
Has Nobody Wants Your Stuff turned you off from other books in this genre?
What do you think the narrator could have done better?
its not the narrator its the book its for a specialized audience.
Could you see Nobody Wants Your Stuff being made into a movie or a TV series? Who should the stars be?
no and no one