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text 2020-09-20 03:20
10 Signs of Fake Nice People

10 Signs of Fake Nice People


Are you wondering if you have a fake friend? Or colleague? Fake nice people are sometimes hard to spot, so we made a video to help you recognize some of the signs that can help you to find out the Fake Nice People.

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text 2016-06-30 22:10
Five favorites in June

I found this on a Swedish blog and I thought I'd do it here too.


1. DVD:s and streaming tv series and movies.  (For instance old comedies, Doctor Who and Howl's Moving Castle.)


2. Books (but since when are books not my favorites)


3. Cute baby clothes (and other things related to babies).


4. Nice people (I'm not used to that).


5. I guess I'll have to pick chocolate here, but I haven't had that much of that, because I need to lose weight.

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review 2014-07-27 19:23
Good Manners for Nice People Who Sometimes Say F*ck by Amy Alkon
Good Manners for Nice People Who Sometimes Say F*ck - Amy Alkon

bookshelves: summer-2014, published-2014, skim-through, lifestyles-deathstyles, how-to, psychology, abandoned, nonfiction, next

Read on July 27, 2014


Narrated by Carrington McDuffy

Description: "Miss Manners with Fangs." —LA Weekly We live in a world that’s very different from the one in which Emily Post came of age. Many of us who are nice (but who also sometimes say "f*ck") are frequently at a loss for guidelines about how to be a good person who deals effectively with the increasing onslaught of rudeness we all encounter.
To lead us out of the miasma of modern mannerlessness, science-based and bitingly funny syndicated advice columnist Amy Alkon rips the doily off the manners genre and gives us a new set of rules for our twenty-first century lives.
With wit, style, and a dash of snark, Alkon explains that we now live in societies too big for our brains, lacking the constraints on bad behavior that we had in the small bands we evolved in. Alkon shows us how we can reimpose those constraints, how we can avoid being one of the rude, and how to stand up to those who are.
Foregoing prissy advice on which utensil to use, Alkon answers the twenty-first century’s most burning questions about manners, including: * Why do many people, especially those under forty, now find spontaneous phone calls rude? * What can you tape to your mailbox to stop dog walkers from letting their pooch violate your lawn? * How do you shut up the guy in the pharmacy line with his cellphone on speaker? * What small gift to your new neighbors might make them think twice about playing Metallica at 3 a.m.? Combining science with more than a touch of humor, Good Manners for Nice People Who Sometimes Say F*ck is destined to give good old Emily a shove off the etiquette shelf (if that’s not too rude to say).

Twenty odd minutes into this and I can tell this is not for me at this time.

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review 2014-07-10 21:55
Sweet Summer Read
Lost in New Falls - Cherie Marks

Sometimes, one needs a happily-ever-after, and from the beginning of Lost in New Falls you know you are going to get one. But the path to the end in this particular book is funny, charming and also deeply sad, but with a thread of hope and caring through it all.


Kate Delaney is the character many of us can identify with great ease from our own childhood experiences. The ‘friendly fat girl’ all through school in New Falls, Tennessee she and her brother Reese find themselves in the care of their beloved grandfather when their parents are killed in an accident. Tagging along after Reese and his best friend, Quentin Taylor, Kate spends her childhood and teen years being just one of the boys. When her growing attraction to Quentin leads to heartbreak, her path takes her to Hollywood, where she ghostwrites, writes for the occasional television show, and is now climbing her way to success. With a famous producer now wanting her newest script, this should be the happiest time of her life. However, her beloved grandfather is close to death, and she must return to Tennessee to be with him in his final days. Of course, with email, she can still finish her script in the cabin her grandfather once called home. Oops.


Returning to the cabin after a visit to her grandfather in the hospital, Kate discovers that her cabin has been robbed, her laptop, flash drive backup gone, and even her underwear drawer cleaned out. What happens next is funny in a mildly slapstick way as Kate attempts to ship off the rough paper copy of her work to her agent, only to wind up in a game of pass-the-football with her treasured screenplay. Everyone in town seems to be reading her work, but whether it gets to her agent is another question.


Cherie Marks characters are funny and charming, thought the whole “Hillbilly Red Neck” situation comes into play, but not in a grating way. The chase for the burglar is well done, and quite realistic overall, and the thief was a shocker – funny as all get out in the end, though the acts weren’t themselves funny at all.


This is a great summer read. I accepted the book as I admire Cherie Marks, a breast cancer survivor like myself. Now, I am glad I did simply because I enjoyed the book and want to read more of her work.


I receive this book in return for a realistic review. All thoughts are my own.

Source: soireadthisbooktoday.com
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review 2013-10-08 00:36
Ignorant person should not write this type of books
Why Genes Are Not Selfish and People Are Nice: A Challenge to the Dangerous Ideas That Dominate Our Lives - Colin Tudge

What a load of crap!


This person hate Richard Dawkins for some reasons and try to write a book that goes against Dawkins famous work "The Selfish Gene".


He failed. Really failed big time. 


There is no science in this book. This writer is ignorant about evolution biology and basic science. It is not Richard Dawkins idea, it is just science. 


Don't like it. Well tough. 


The writer is trained in science, a Zoologist. But somehow lost his way. 


Don't waste your time on this one. 

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