The Language Code: How to Stop and Cure Anxiety, Worry, Fear, Stress and Depression is the only audiobook needed to understand how language-based thinking mind tricks you into negative thought patterns which cause anxiety, worry, fear, stress and depression. Packed with powerful content to furnish your mind with greater understanding of how to live in the moment and stay present at all times.
"Not about the language"
Burlesque: A Living History captures the spirit of this unique art form through hundreds of photographs and stories from many who were a part of America's most colorful past. This audiobook highlights the careers and contributions of selected artists, many of whom were the nuts and bolts of burlesque. It also acknowledges just some of the young performers of today who are diligently working to remember the days of old. When burlesque theatres and clubs went dark, a whole world went dark with them.
For years, millions of us have murmured under our collective breath about the descent of modern children's names into the depths of the ridiculous, and now those millions have a voice. Teachers, nurses, parents, students: If you've ever rolled your eyes at a child's name and fantasized about ridiculing his/her parents for their self-serving pretentiousness - or simply their ability to spell correctly - this is the audiobook for you.
In Book 3, Johnny Dongle continues his full-frontal assault on the terrible names given to children by modern parents.
Throughout his career, Michael Fellman has explored the tragic side of American history. Best known for his work on the American Civil War and for an interdisciplinary methodology that utilizes social psychology, cultural anthropology, and comparative history, Fellman has delved into issues of domination, exploitation, political violence, racism, terrorism, and the experiences of war. Incorporating essays written over the past thirty years, this collection reveals some of the major personal and scholarly concerns of his career.
Dr. Dongle, the indefatigable slayer of parents who give their children awful name, returns more vile and angry than ever in Volume 4. In the crosshairs this go-round are the mothers and fathers of Keightlynne, Equinox, Jaxton, Virva, Fhoenix, Rayge, Gusty, Jaykub, Infinity, Darlington and 90 more names that it's OK to openly despise. The usual warning: the language herein is among the most foul, vile and vulgar you'll ever read. The faint of heart and those with a weak sense of humor need not apply.
Johnny Dongle returns with more real-life, awful names given to children by even realer-life, awfuler parents. Tresco: Child or Discount Pharmacy Chain? Pacey: Child or Race Horse? Annora: Child or Medical Condition? You be the judge. Bascom: Child or Secretive Government Agency? You be the judge. Advisory: This audiobook is even more vile, vulgar, and hilarious than Volume I.