How many times have you heard a woman say, “I can’t find a man”? If You Wanna Get a Man, Learn How to Cook Book focuses on the courtship process emphasizing the old-school adage of “The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach!” We surveyed hundreds of men, both married and single, with the result that while being able to cook might seem traditionally old-fashioned, sometimes old-fashioned works!
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Why is the IQ of Ashkenazi Jews so High? Scientific Factors that Influence Intelligence is a compelling, meticulous observation of 150+ situations and substances that heighten or cripple the brain. Applying the myriad elements to three disparate cultures - Ashkenazi Jew, Confucian East Asian, and Sub-Saharan African - the author reveals how the factors critically impact cognitive development. The book successfully provides mental health guidance to individuals, families, communities, and policy-makers.
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Slip of the Tongue by David C. Heyman is a three-act play about a small-town radio talk show host, Dennis Cicero, who makes a casual remark about the death of a city councilman in an auto accident. This upsets the mayor, his station manager, and other dark forces, and results in bringing fear and danger to him and his family.
Neighors Two by David C. Heyman is a three-act play takes place in a rural area where natural-gas companies are buying rights to drill in Marcellus shale deposits. In this play, a continuation of “Neighbors,” we see how ordinary folks change when they enjoy fortuitous increases in their wealth. Fifteen-year-old Lisa Desantos feels angst over wealth, parental attitudes, and a political rally she has been lured into joining.
Invent Utopia Now by Hank Pellissier is a startling, controversial, collection of essays by pundit/provocateur Hank Pellissier, who promotes his hedonist-transhumanist-egalitarian vision of the future. The articles, backed by data and optimistic imagination, examine numerous bio-ethical and politically flammable topics: sexbots, in-vitro meat, Israel, parent licenses, women-only leadership, artificial wombs and cryonics.
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Money Grows on Trees! Economics for Teens by David C. Heyman is help for teens. Just ask any teenager about money, and you'll be surprised to find that money grows on trees. In spite of their education in math, science, and the arts, they're woefully uninformed about financial "facts of life." The McDevitt family is about to purchase a new car, and Ty and Kerry, the youngsters, learn about borrowing, interest, and mortgages. Their discussions lead to the GDP and the national debt.
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Neighbors by David C. Heyman is a three-act, three-setting play takes place in a rural area where natural gas companies are buying rights to drill in Marcellus shale deposits. The neighborhood leader is a greedy, self centered lawyer named Duke Desantos. His plans succeed until he tries to con farmer, Billy Solomon, into joining his corporation.
Say for me Kaddish by Alan D. Wilcox is the life story of an electrical engineer who began his career before the days of tiny Personal Computers and instant world-wide communications. It describes why he wanted to become an engineer, his interests, and how they interrelate as his career and hobbies develop. The underlying theme is finding out what an engineer is like, what issues are important in defining success, and ultimately finding purpose and meaning in life.