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What do the images on Arizonas state seal stand for? How is Arizonas state government organized? What can you see in Arizonas Petrified Forest? You can find the answers to these questions in Uniquely Arizona. This book contains all kinds of fun and fascinating facts and features that help make Arizona a one-of-a-kind place. Inside, you will also find information about Arizonas unique state symbols. You can learn how to make Arizona chili and find out about Arizonas ghost towns. And, you will find out how the Grand Canyon was formed.
The James Bond Omnibus 002
James Bond, the world''s most famous secret agent, has thrilled audiences for over fifty years with his globetrotting adventures. The James Bond Omnibus collects some of Ian Fleming''s literary adventures in comic strip form for the first time in a single volume. This mammoth edition is packed with thrilling action as James Bond faces enemies both old and new. In the classic stories On Her Majesty''s Secret Service and You Only Live Twice SPECTRE returns along with Bond''s greatest adversary Ernst Stavro Blofeld, meanwhile in The Man with the Golden Gun the secret agent finds himself in the sights of deadly assassin Francesco Scaramanga. These, plus other classic stories from the James Bond comic archive, make this volume a must have package!
Chicken Poop for the Soul: Stories to Harden the Heart and Dampen the Spirit
When you take the road less traveled, do you get lost? When bad things happen to other people, do you feel good? Do self-help books make you feel selfish and helpless? Congratulations, you're one of us. Here is the story of Step-Mother Teresa , who turned an orphanage in Calcutta into a sweatshop...and The True Meaning of Love , romance as seen from a stalker's point of view. Explore the positive side of feeling bad in The Joys of Depression . Learn the code of the urban teacher who vows I will never respond to a student's demands, no matter how outrageous, with the phrase 'Over my dead body.' Read the multimillion-dollar government study that discovered that the primary cause of anxiety in America is government studies. And, finally, learn the true secret of happiness.
How to be a Genius
The only way to improve a muscle's performance is to exercise it. Everyone knows that. So, why not apply this simple technique to improving the performance of the most important muscle in your body. That's right: your brain. And before you complain that the brain isn't a muscle, let us just say that was a joke. One we wouldn't have made if we had a copy of How to be a Genius two weeks ago. See, How to be a Genius is all about exercising your brain (all goofiness aside). Inside, you'll find 101 workouts to help you improve your memory, sharpen your reasoning skills, win at strategic games like chess and bridge, and make better moves in every area of life. Introductions to powerful mind-training tools (including mnemonics, self-hypnosis, neurolinguistic programming, and Mind Mapping) round out this mind-enhancing workout. With your copy of How to be a Genius, your brain will soon be beating up every other brain around you. BRAIN FIGHT!
"""Don't panic."" Of course that saying is from The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy - everyone knows that. But did you also know Arthur C. Clarke thought it was the best advice for humankind? Or that when Yoda said, ""Fear leads to anger; anger leads to hate; hate leads to suffering . . . "" he was actually paraphrasing George Washington Carver? Behold, then, a tome full of learning - all based on quotes from famous geeks and geek pastimes (movies, comics, etc). Presenting: Geek Wisdom. Clearly, us geeks know something about life in the 21st century that other folks don't - something we all can learn from. Geek Wisdom takes as gospel some 200 of the most powerful and oft-cited quotes from movies (""Where we're going, we don't need roads""), television (""Now we know - and knowing is half the battle""), literature (""SPOON!""), games, science, the Internet, and more. Now these beloved pearls of modern-day culture have been painstakingly interpreted by a diverse team of hardcore nerds with their imaginations turned up to 11. Yes, this collection of mini-essays is by, for, and about geeks (but it's also a great primer for the geekily-challenged). Geek Wisdom is exactly what its title describes. Oh, and not to toot our own horn, but check out page 80 and the footnote on page 81. Okay, so we are tooting. Toot."