Mike has teamed up with director Eric Martin to adapt the novelization into a fully immersive cinematic audio experience, and an epic all-star cast has come together to introduce Stinker to a whole new generation of fans! It's Smokey and the Bandit meets Every Which Way But Loose meets Smokey and the Bandit Parts 2 and 3. Feel the thrill as Stinker teams up with old pals Boner and Jumbo, plus new friends Buck and Rascal the Chimp, for a crazy ride across the highways and byways of Bicentennial America.
Unabashed, exciting, profane, and ultimately a truly hilarious wild ride through 1970s car culture action comedies. Jon Hamm brings all of his acting chops that impressed fans of 1950s-60s nostalgia on Mad Men and deftly translates it from Manhattan to the I-95 corridor, outperforming my memories of Burt Reynolds and Clint Eastwood in their own trucker and simian comedies. Mike Sacks weaves a seat of your pants story at the same time creating so many southern-fried twists of language that will have you laughing and repeating the few which are repeatable in polite company. I can’t recommend this enough to those of us who remember 1977 all too well.
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Whether it's selling your company's product in the boardroom or selling yourself on eating healthy, everything in life can and should be treated as a sale. And as sales expert Grant Cardone explains, knowing the principles of selling is a prerequisite for success of any kind. In Sell or Be Sold, Cardone breaks down the techniques and approaches necessary to master the art of selling in any avenue.
In the first hour of the book the author contradicts himself several times, makes broad, sweeping false statements, and for some reason attacks academia, including the medical profession. Time is just wasted in this book as he repeats himself and rambles between topics. The author confuses selling with persuading. It's a major error, yet throughout the early part of the book he doubles down on his misunderstanding time and again. I keep waiting for the author to get to the meat of the issues, but he actually never gets there. He rambles and rambles and when you think he's going to come to a point he just shifts gears and heads another way. There is literally no useful information that I've been able to identify in this book.
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The Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL®) is a framework with the goal of closing the gap between IT departments and the needs of a business. The application of the developed guidelines within the framework of ITIL® allows IT departments to improve their overall efficiency; from the way IT infrastructure is created and managed to how individual service interactions within the business are conducted.
Book is a basic reading of an outline of ITIL - I was hoping for exam prep and got a basic outline instead - it's not significantly better than reading a very long website on ITIL
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