While the solution I offer to the growing problem of restaurant patrons blowing their noses outwardly and openly within public dining rooms, is simple and that I could have easily stated within a single paragraph, this would be a lost opportunity. I say this because my example and solution for only one problem we may experience during our stay at a public eatery, is simply that..."an example". I am using what might be the single most disgusting behavioral act that can be perpetrated but not hidden, by a fellow restaurant-patron, being that of "dining room nose blowing".
My purpose being to set a type of standard for correction of similar problems. Certainly we could instead report undesirable behaviors to the staff of a food service establishment. We could simply ask them to speak to the offending patron, requesting that they desist their gross or offensive activity, while keeping us anonymous. My question however, would be to ask if this would be the best way to send corrective admonition? I think not... (just a taste of what you'll get in this over 3,000 word dissertation!)
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The History Behind these Comedy/Satire Books: While my largest base of book titles are on health disorder subjects, I also have a significant number of business-related titles published, as well as many on Christian Bible theology. Before I began publishing in any of these serious genres, which I do feel are my most important ones, I tried my hand at comedy via online articles I wrote in years previous. Having kept these comedy pieces I wrote, in saved files after taking them offline, I decided to revive them by publishing them in eBook and paperback form. I did have to tweak them and edit them a bit but I managed to give them that Percy P. III flavor.
Of course as real the author (James M. Lowrance), I think they're pretty funny and relatives who I shared them with, confirmed this evaluation - so I decided to offer them to the world. With them being so different from my serious subject books, I assigned a pen name to them as well, being "Percyvelle Pennington the Third". He seems more like the guy who wrote them, than I do. Percy is a snide type guy and he is arrogant; traits that I hopefully never display in real life! He does make his points known in his memoirs but in strangely comical ways (the intention).
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