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Being a man is a full-time job, especially when you're married or in a relationship. Hold On to Your N.U.T.s-The Relationship Manual for Men can help build a life that fulfills both you and your partner by showing you how to confirm the ideas and causes you support - your Non-negotiable, Unalterable Terms. Your N.U.T.s become the framework for how you conduct your relationships, whether you're committed to spending more one-on-one time with your kids or not hiding out at the office to avoid problems with your wife.
"Boring & nothing new"
her life story going her humble roots in the Bronx to one of the most liked and respected figures in the entertainment business, also covering her marriage to Rob Reiner and relationships with Art Garfunkel, Carrie Fisher, and John Belushi, and her bout with lung and brain cancer in 2009, to Julia Cheiffetz
"The audio performance should get an award!"
Popular author Dan Gutman has won countless fans with a trademark brand of humor that young readers find irresistible. In this second entry from the My Weird School series, second-grader A.J. gets sent to the office for not doing his homework. But things take an unexpected turn when Mr. Klutz, the skateboarding principal, gives A.J. a candy bar for encouragement.
Lenore Skenazy called down a firestorm of controversy when she wrote a newspaper column about letting her nine-year-old ride alone on the New York City subway. In this plainspoken take on modern parenting, Skenazy offers a commonsense approach to letting kids be kids.
"Plenty to think about"
Roseanne Barr is a force of nature. Whether taking the sitcom world by storm, challenging accepted social norms, or battling the wild pigs inhabiting her nut farm in Hawaii, she is not to be trifled with. In this audiobook, Roseanne unleashes her razor-sharp observations on hypocrisy, hubris, and self-perpetuating institutions of questionable value - as well as menopause, pharmaceuticals, and her grandkids. And she's as controversial, original, and funny as ever.
"If "My Lives" left you wanting more......"
This week on Car Talk, we're all getting older, so as a public service we update a few classic songs to reflect our demographic shift. For example, "I get by with a little help from Depends." In matters automotive, Mickey's Nissan sounds like it's getting a wedgie whenever he turns on the AC, and a recent fender bender has Stephanie worried about passing an upcoming smog test.
Uncensored, uncontained, and thoroughly demented, the memoirs of Paul Krassner are back in an updated and expanded edition. Paul Krassner, "father of the underground press" (People magazine), founder of the Realist, political radical, Yippie, and award-winning stand-up satirist, shares his stark-raving adventures with the likes of Lenny Bruce, Abbie Hoffman, Norman Mailer, Ken Kesey, Groucho Marx, and Squeaky Fromme, revealing the patriarch of counterculture’s ultimate, intimate, uproarious life on the fringes of society.
"Hilarious and GobSmacking Memoir"
Meet Peter Reinhart, a lay brother in an Eastern Orthodox Christian service order and the leader of the American artisanal bread movement, and 13 other unusual food experts.
In the wake of the November 2011 elections, the Tea Party has gone from a well-funded, media-savvy fringe group to become the new kids in Congress. Their presence is unpredictable and potentially explosive. Tea partiers Rand Paul, Mike Lee and Dan Coats now sit in the Senate alongside the GOP's new poster boy, Marco Rubio. In total, some 30 Tea Party supporters won seats in Congress. Their party is evidently here to stay - but what exactly does that mean for the future of the country?
"Just Not Interesting"
Seventy-three-year-old ex-poker player Axel Speeter has one more winner-take-all hand to play with a pair of crooks who are after the $260,000 he keeps squirreled away in his room at the Motel 6.
You've watched as your colleagues have added teleseminars to their offerings and seen them have great success. You want to start offering these yourself, but you don't know all the intricacies. Where do you start? How do bridge lines work? What format works best? What day of the week and time of day? How much should you charge? What about registration and logistics? And then how do you manage the call itself to give the highest value?
"Informative and a Joy to Listen To"
Jill Kargman is a mother, wife, and writer living the life in New York City... a life that includes camping out in a one-bedroom apartment with some unfortunate (and furry) roommates, battling the Momzillas of Manhattan, and coming to terms with her desire for gay men. In this entertaining collection of observations, Kargman offers her unique, wickedly funny perspective as she zips around Manhattan with three kids in tow.
Richard Belzer, stand-up comic, actor, talk show host, author, and renowned conspiracy theorist, was born in Bridgeport, Connecticut. He was thrown out of (or "politely asked to leave") every school he ever attended, due to "uncontrollable wit". Special appearances by Paul Shaffer, Professor Irwin Corey, and Gilbert Gottfried.
In the bucolic state of Vermont, a mother-daughter relationship is about to change forever. The daughter, Sara is getting married. And with two out of three husbands in attendance, Sandy feels herself on the brink of madness as she stumbles against long-ago forgotten faces, both friend and foe, each evoking a vivid memory.
The Beals live in a upper middle class neighborhood in the mid 1960's. Frank is a jingle writer who is having more than a little trouble coming up with a shoe polish jingle. Trying to keep up with the neighbor's expensive tastes is a full time job in itself. But when Frank butts heads with a Voodoo practicing Brazilian gardener, he gets much more than he bargains for, especially when he is distracted by all the spells flying back and forth, with a force stong enough to turn his wife into a love-starved siren and his children into well-behaved angels.
It’s hard to believe that Penny Marshall, the actress who played the tough talking tomboy in the sitcom Laverne and Shirley is pushing 70. And when Hollywood-types enter their sunset years, they write their memoirs —- telling funny stories about their famous friends. Penny Marshall’s is titled My Mother Was Nuts. Marshall was the first female director to make a movie that grossed over $100 million (Big, starring Tom Hanks) but Marshall calls her successful Hollywood career a “happy accident.”
It’s more of the Best of 2012 and today we focus on notable lives. First is Bob’s interview with Penny Marshall. She was the first female director to make a movie grossing over $100 million but she calls her successful Hollywood career a “happy accident.” Marshall wrote her memoir this year, talking about playing the tough-talking tomboy in the sitcom Laverne and Shirley and telling funny stories about her famous friends. It’s called My Mother Was Nuts.