the way cleaning services work. Gross.
On a more serious note, I find the whining she does, while sometimes overdone, is evidence of the lack of respect and empathy given the working class poor. She is whining about the very things that many working class people have to deal with. We should hear someone doing it since we don't listen to the poor. She enumerates the indignities and pettiness that can happen in these low-paying and low-rent areas of life.
The old adage about fool me once shame on me, fool me twice... only I purchased this one and Ready for Anything at the same time, not realizing the abridged versions would be so unsatisfactory. The narrations are fine and all but the whole experience is missing.
Tiresome and a cheat in this case. The dead tree is so far superiour that I went ahead and purchased it as the audiofile is just not enough. You barely feel you've had your apetizer when Mr. Audible is hoping you've had an enjoyable listen. David Allen's book is worth the entire experience.
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