This story is based on the factual ills of "white rapper" and Hip-Hop phenomenon, "Eminem". Shady Bizzness tells about real life events of his public and private lifestyle. The book details the good times, hardships, drug abuse, domestic violence, scandals, sex, near-death experiences, murder, oppression of employees, and bitter betrayal. Shady Bizzness is everything a parent despises, thugs love, groupies lust over, and wives hate!
What does it mean to be truthful? What role does truth play in our lives? What do we lose if we reject truthfulness? No philosopher is better suited to answer these questions than Bernard Williams. Writing with his characteristic combinationof passion and elegant simplicity, he explores the value of truth and finds it to be both less and more than we might imagine.
Husband or hostage? Good wife or great pretender? Read the secrets men keep! Williams is constantly being referred to for marital and relationship advice, which prompted him to write his second book, Womanizer, Thee Uncomfortable Truth about Men and Marriage. His 16 years of marriage and strong family background qualifies him in helping others with advice. Womanizer is a four-year project that was brought to life as he promoted his current published book, Shady Bizzness.
The ground-breaking show that exploded on to TV screens in the 70's turning a whole host of club comedians into stars overnight. Frank Carson, Charlie Williams, Bernard Manning, Duggie Brown, Ken Goodwin and Stan Boardman amongst others. This re-union in Blackpool brings four of the original artists back on stage and also includes a great documentary with interviews and performances from the other stars.