3997 Hemlock Ave Clearlake, CA 95422 | Member Since 2008
What the author observed about China and its people is true. I've observed the good, the bad and the ugly behavior first hand but it's true on all the races. I heard in Europe, flatulence is common in public areas; heard and smelled? The author just echoed what most foreigners observed from their dealings with the Chinese people in China or abroad.
I like all kinds of races. I still admire the Chinese people. It's just a different culture.
The book is funny and hilariously narrated.
Annie of Palo Alto, CA
This is the book that will reveal the dark side of people. A must read to survive the society the we live in.
It's sort of entertaining but did not meet my expectations. It's very "me, myself and I".
There were some funny anecdotes but most of them are universal in nature. It's not as unique and not as funny. I'll say, just enjoy it for the sake of listening.
I worked in the medical field as a professional medical coder (billing) for 30 years.
I've always wondered on how the doctors feel about theie patients' death.
I read their reports and get affected. Now I understand how the Providers feel.
Pauline showed that it is indeed a noble profession.
I like that she narrated it too!
Steve Jobs was a real Palo Altan, an intellectual nurtured in an environment that is tolerant to eccentrics and geniuses who produced from their imagination "something" that benefits the whole mankind.
The book reflected the uniqueness of Steve Jobs. I enjoyed listening to this book and so with hundreds of other books because of my iPod, iPhone, iTouch and soon, iPad.
Our Palo Alto community and neighborhood did not witness the "glory" of your birth but witnessed the "dignity" of your death.
Thank you Steve!
Angie Shelton and Family
El Camino Real
Palo Alto, CA.
I admire Jaycee for being strong and positive inspite of what she went thru. She is a gifted and talented human being. Excellent and heartfelt narration.
I even learned her dumpling recipe. More blessings to Jaycee and her daughters.
When I wake up in the morning, I always say to myself...I will be kind to my staff.
This book strenghtened my beliefs that kindness begets kindness, respect begets respect.
One of the best books I've ever listened too. Thank you Mr. Sutton for great advice and insights.
This book wants me to meet the writer!
Excellent writing and amusing narration.
Well written and well narrated. Angie Shelton
Stanford University Medical Ctr
Excellent naration, excellent subject.
unique and well written memoir
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