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More Info Smarter Than Yesterday: Facts, Trivia, and General Knowledge
by Elsmere Gracey

Following on from “Clever Knickers”, “Smarter Than Yesterday” is the second book in the series of facts and general knowledge.

Full of information covering a wide range of topics, this book will suit everyone who likes to broaden their knowledge or who enjoys taking part in trivia nights.

With unusual facts, fun facts, and bizarre facts, this book is both educational and thought-provoking!

Each page will leave you smarter than yesterday!
More Info Geeky Gamer: August Edition
by Jamshaid Alam

A very warm and hearty welcome to all of you to the third edition of the
“Geeky Gamer” magazine! It is a sincere and ardent endeavor of a whole new
team of fresh and innovative minds. We, as a team, have tried our level best, to
bring about a magazine that takes into consideration the taste of all people,
irrespective of the age quotient. Our main aim was to produce a magazine, which
not only educates the masses about the various happenings going on in the
different gaming technologies, but also to make them realize the importance of
the curiosity hidden inside them; and to serve their needy...
More Info The EFFIN Hostility/Hospitality Industry (1)
by Hanna VanceNick JamesM-Jay StarraKitty Crane

This book is a collection of wild tales and bizarre behind the scenes happenings from four east coast, career servers in the food and beverage industry. Their careers have been supported by their ability to be warm, hospitable, courteous and welcoming at all times. But truth is this world is much more like a battle field.
For the most part, it is the stigma that many consider this particular population to be nothing more than faceless servants, who must be soft-witted to do what they do. Servers are expected to be readily available, yet remain inconspicuous. This is a truly humbling...
More Info Bubble Shooter
by Nice Games

Bubble Shooter is a classic bubble shooting kind of game. The objective of Bubble Shooter is to remove bubbles from the board. To do so, you shoot bubbles from the bottom of the screen. Whenever you create a group of three or more bubbles of the same color, they will be removed and your score will be increased. There's a catch, though - every three shots a new lines of bubbles is added. The game is over when the bubbles get to the bottom of the screen. The game keeps track of your highest score, so that you can track your progress. Also, you can choose whether your want to play with four or...
More Info The Philosophy of the Coen Brothers (Philosophy Of Popular Culture)
by Mark T. Conard

In 2008 No Country for Old Men won the Academy Award for Best Picture, adding to the reputation of filmmakers Joel and Ethan Coen, who were already known for pushing the boundaries of genre. They had already made films that redefined the gangster movie, the screwball comedy, the fable, and the film noir, among others. No Country is just one of many Coen brothers films to center on the struggles of complex characters to understand themselves and their places in the strange worlds they inhabit. To borrow a phrase from Barton Fink, all Coen films explore "the life of the mind" and show that...
More Info This Ain't California
by Denise Parkin

I had just graduated with my Master's Degree in English. Informed that there were very few community college teaching jobs in California, and so I looked beyond state lines. I accepted a position as a Language Arts instructor on one of the checkerboard Navajo reservations. Living on a reservation was different from what I had ever thought. Culture Shock 101. I had lived in California for most of my life except for my military service and a one year stint in the state of Oregon. Taking my daughter and two cantankerous cats in a moving van, we started our adventure. The culture of New Mexico...
More Info Solitaire Buddy Gold
by Nickel Buddy

Now you can play Solitaire anytime, anywhere with this collection of favorite Solitaire games for your Kindle.

Solitaire Buddy Gold includes 13 popular games, including Klondike. Designed for your Kindle, Solitaire Buddy Gold automatically saves your game when you exit with the ability to undo or redo your recent moves. Intelligent card movement and Auto Move both minimize the number of clicks it takes to move cards. Track the number of games you've played and the number you've won.

Solitaire Buddy Gold includes these games: Klondike, Freecell, Spider, Golf, Pyramid Golf, 3-Peaks, Black...
More Info Bubble Pop
by Mobigloo

Bubble Pop is a fun and challenging matching game for Kindle.

The rules of Bubble Pop are simple: select any adjacent bubble of the same type to pop them. The more bubbles you pop, the more points you earn. The game ends when there are no more bubbles of the same type adjacent to each other.

The game comes with two modes, a classic mode where bubbles keep on filling up the empty spaces and a puzzle mode where you carefully need to plan each move.

If you cannot find a match, use the Hint feature to show you the next move. The game keeps track of your ten best scores for both Classic and Puzzle...
More Info All’s Fair, Mrs. Biddle: Books 1, 2, & 3 of the Byblos Foretold Novaplex
by M.E. Meegs

What sort of woman is Mrs. Biddle? In May of 1903, we find the young mother hungry and destitute, stranded in a squalid inn on the north coast of France. Six days later, she’s booked into New York’s Plaza Hotel with two thousand dollars in her purse….

(Contains the novellas Babes at Sea, Peddlers All, and Dames Engaged in their entirety!)

A charitable person might use the word resourceful to describe her. But those encountering her are rarely left feeling particularly charitable. As ruthless as the day is long, this faux duchess of a drowned duchy brooks neither fools nor opposition. Those...
More Info Yo Mama Joke Book: Hundreds of Original Jokes about Your Mother
by Sadler Mars

More than 300 YO MAMA jokes you’ve probably never heard before.

Yo mama’s so dumb she paid the ransomware on her Etch-A-Sketch.
Yo mama’s so ugly the bank robber took off his mask and said, “Here, you need this more than I do.”
Yo mama’s so fat when she flies into the country NASA predicts an extinction-level event.
Yo mama's so ugly her patronus is a wedding cake.
Yo mama’s so bad at economics when she lowers interest rates bond prices drop.
Yo mama's prose is so bland it reminds me of her cooking.