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Man with No Name

By: Wally Amos

...CENSORED* How the founder of the Cookie Company lost everything, including his nome - and turned adv... ...ng P.O. Box 108 Lower Lake, CA 95457 (707) 995-1861 For a free catalog of all our titles, or to order more copies of this book please call (800)... ... had moved to another city, which left me disap­ pointed. I decided not to listen to any promises I could not cash in on right away. Then I met a gi... ...g. It consisted of fried chicken-a drumstick, of course­ boiled eggs, rich yellow pound cake, cheese, and some fruit. Simple. Tasty. This would be my... ...n I de­ served would have been against all I believed in. And heading ~he list of my beliefs was standing up for my worth. It was not my in­ tention ... ...amed him Shawn Ellis. Our joy was tempered when we learned that Shawn had yellow jaundice and would require a complete blood replacement. Both Shirl... ...t their Rollses, VWs, Benzes, and Hondas in the care of young men in red jackets and then stormed the red carpet leading up to the en­ trance of the... ...er care showed in a thousand ways, like the amazingly detailed shirts and jackets she embroidered for me. I asked myself, "How many people will you ... ...ldren to stay in school. In the early sixties, Bill Milliken was a kid in Pittsburgh who spent far more time out of school than he did in school, an...

...The story of how the founder of the Famous Amos Cookie Company lost everything, including his name----and turned adversity into opportunity. This revealing book chronicles Wally's loss of the cookie empire that he had built, to the ope...

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The Marketing of Ideas and Social Issues

By: Seymour Fine

...er Originally Published in 1981 by Praeger Publishers. 3 TABLE OF CONTENTS THE MARKETING OF IDEAS AND SOCIAL ISSUES 1 TABLE OF ... ...BLE OF CONTENTS 3 FOREWORD 6 PREFACE 7 GLOSSARY 9 INTRODUCTION 10 1 THE NATURE OF IDEAS AND SOCIAL ISSUES 12 ORIGINATION, MATURATION AND ADOPTIO... ... press, nudism, consumer cooperatives, or "Join the Peace Corps." (a more complete list appears in Table 1.1.) It is also useful in the marketing o... ...ctor encompasses a large variety of "products" (see Table 1.1) and includes a long list of institutions engaged in the marketing of these products. T... ...cket might not satisfactorily substitute for a college course, a warehouse full of jackets whose sales could render the owner financially secure migh... ...le" or performing in one way or another. In short, participants in a debate, like players in the performing sports and arts, while they impart to t... ...ed a young-adult room where they hold guitar "jams." In the current-events room of Pittsburgh's Carnegie Library, a United Press International newsp... ... announcements and one wonders why PIC should not advertise in the phone directory Yellow Pages under the Employment heading. Earnability may well b...

...An idea is taken for granted in the scheme of things. Someone exclaims, "I've got an idea!" What is it that he has? From where did he get it? How was it transmitted? How might it spread to others? What will be the effect of the acceptance of the idea? These are some o...

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The Days Work

By: Rudyard Kipling

...ics Series Publication The Day’s Work by Rudyard Kipling is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Portable Document file is furnis... ...sity. This Portable Document file is furnished free and without any charge of any kind. Any person using this document file, for any purpose, and in a... ...spurts of flame that answered each hammer-stroke showing no more than pale yellow in the sun’s glare. East and west and north and south the constructi... ...g meal with Hitchcock was eaten booted and spurred: over their cigars they listened to the hum of the village as the gangs came up from the river-bed ... ...od.] I know; we are mooring them with wire-rope,” was the answer. “ Heh! I Listen to the Chota Sahib. He is working hard.” From across the river came ... ...se—so wise. The day is coming, Sahib. They will be gone by the morning.” A yellow light broadened in the sky, and the tone of the river changed as the... ...cricket-bats, with fox-terriers and saddles. The greater part of them wore jackets like William’s, for the Northern cold is as little to be trifled wi... ...wn within three inches of the rail, began the impolite game, speaking to a Pittsburgh Consolidation, who was visiting. “Where did this thing blow in f... ...’s convenience, and sent back to us with wheat in the fall.” Just then the Pittsburgh Consolidation passed, at the head of a dozen cars. “I’m goin’ ho...

...Excerpt: The least that Findlayson, of the Public Works Department, expected was a C.I.E.; he dreamed of a C.S.I.: indeed, his friends told him that he deserved more. For three years he had endured heat and cold, disappointment, discomfort, danger, and disease,...

.................... 34 THE SHIP THAT FOUND HERSELF......................................................................................... 53 THE TOMB OF HIS ANCESTORS ............................................................................................ 68 THE DEVIL AND THE DEEP SEA ........................................................................................

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