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Full ImagePreview ImageJockular Behavior: The Endless Antics of Rich & Shameless Athletes by Edelstein Productions LLC | BookBaby Bookshophttps://store.bookbaby.com/book/jockular-behavior1Why do our always-watching eyeballs enjoy laughing at tarnished sports figures - among them Robert Kraft, Dez Bryant, Jason Kidd, Marshawn Lynch, Roger Clemens, Elvis Dumervil, Bobby Petrino, Ryan Braun, Tiger Woods, Barry Bonds, Terrell Owens, Brett Favre, Lawrence Taylor, Jim Tressel, Mike Vick, and Manny Ramirez - whose endless headline-grabbing buffoonery provide us near-bottomless cups of jokes? As certain as death, taxes, and Santa Claus, it's only a matter of time before the next eminent jockstrap falls from public grace with an ignominious THUD, prompting you the reader to exclaim: "Pinch me. You cannot make this stuff up. How could someone so famous be so stupid?" The only question is who will be the next sports icon worthy of lampooning? And that's where the page-turning (and scroll-turning) Jockular Behavior welcomes your laughter - and, in turn, invites you to submit jokes related to contests featured throughout this title (with the best ones published in the next edition of Jockular Behavior and/or at this title's web site). Are you an athletic supporter? If so, this first-ever interactive sports e-book's 12 chapters will quench your thirst to enjoy the sudden failure of famous others - similar to our fascination with other popular Gotcha, schadenfreude media (including People Magazine, Gawker, TMZ, Deadspin, Fox News, and The Huffington Post) that collectively have built a cold-cash dynasty where the hits just keep on coming.eBook
Full ImagePreview ImageValues, Inc.: How Incorporating Values into Business and Life Can Change the World by Dina Dwyer-Owens | BookBaby Bookshophttps://store.bookbaby.com/book/values,-incIts been said that 95 percent of companies that have a code of values dont even use them. Sad, but true. There are companies, too many to count, that spend countless hours and even countless dollars with experts to brainstorm their mission, vision, and values, write them down, hang them on the wall...and then walk away. While these things look good on paper, they mean nothing to the day-to-day functions of these businesses and the people they employ. And thats a tragedy that needs to stop. When The Dwyer Group decided to operationalize its company code of values, little did we know the impact it would have on our business. Not only was the change tangible and real, shaping our business from the corner office to the front lines of our service brands around the world. But it also made our company a really fun place to work on a whole new level. We were attracting people to our home office and across our franchise service brands like never before. The Dwyer Group Code of Values brought real value to our company and our culture as we became a $1 billion annual business systemwide. Fast forward to this book and a desire to see more companies, more leaders, more people, and the world-at-large achieve success that is well within reach using values and bringing value to the lives of all they touch. Values, Inc. invites a movement to live right and do right in business and in life for a world in need of direction. That direction shouldnt just be framed and hung on a wall. Put those values into action, bring those values to life, take a stand and make a difference. The rewards are too great to ignore.eBook
Full ImagePreview ImageA Brief History of Artists in Eastern North Carolina: A Survey of Creative People Including Artists, Performers, Designers, Photo by Ben Alden Watford | BookBaby Bookshophttps://store.bookbaby.com/book/a-brief-history-of-artists-in-eastern-north-carolinaCollectors Edition: "A Brief History of Artists in Eastern North Carolina" is a feast for the eyes. The visual guide includes more than 500 works in full color with a five-page index of creative people and organizations. The main part of the book is a 239-page look at more than 140 contributors which shaped our cultural history in eastern North Carolina, circa 2017. Authors Ben Watford, Jon Derby and Lisa Bisbee Lentz, all artists and educators, share a common vision that people should be encouraged in creative endeavors. The book can be used in lessons about the culture of eastern North Carolina. Students will come to appreciate struggles and successes of creative people in ENC. This survey is a valuable resource for an art courses, or as a reference to supplement humanities programs. Take a colorful tour of the creators' works and lives in eastern North Carolina (ENC). The book tells the story of a cultural experience in how diverse artists from different places in ENC treat the same subject matter, such as landscape, portraits, or animals. The pages showcase art and creative people with a brief description of their contribution towards a vibrant and diverse arts community. The artists explain key influences, processes in their work or information about their future endeavors. Often, the artist quotes his/her intentions to improve your enjoyment in art. Collectors and lovers of art will gain insight into the ENC culture. The main part of the book is subdivided into a full spectrum of creativity. It's a brief survey of creative accomplishments by visual artists, painters, sculptors, potters, dancers, performers, carvers, graphic designers, photographers, weavers, crafters, fabric artists, photojournalists, illustrators, architects, drafters, digital artists, muralists, authors, writers, poets, musicians, projects, exhibit venues, events, volunteers, theatres, councils, collectives and organizations. Contributions by Bernice Abraham, Tessie Ann Adams, John & Brandy Angelo, Art by Benetez, Barbara & Ben Watford, Ashley Barnes, Barry Knauff, Chuck Beckley, Nada Behr, Brenda Bennett, Betsy Drake Interiors, Alice Bilello, Gail & Jim Bisbee, Linda Boccia, Dion Burroughs, Chris Buttitta, Scotty Canady, Se'rah Cheatham, Andrea Clements Thompson, Becky Coleman, CoraMae Zimmerman Pipkin, the Corrs, Judith Cutler, Rich Daniels, Jon Derby, Donna Slade, Angelina Doyle, Samrae Duke, Janet & Michael Francoeur, Pete Frey, Dewey Funkhouser, Brenda Gear, Giorgianni's, Mark & Lynn Golitz, Dee Mayer, Asha Goodwin, Lynne Baron Goodwin, Gary Gowans, Greater Good Gallery, Gregory Keyzer, Joanne Gwaltney Ashton, Charlie Hall, Alice Bilello, Krystal Helton, Lee Hood, Isaac Taylor Garden, Carol Jones, Martin Kampitch, M. Patrick Kavanaugh, Patrick Keough, Gerry King, Molly Knazek, Rebecca Koehler, Kristen Moffitt, Mike Lentz, Arden & Jeth Lindsey, Lisa Bisbee Lentz, Patricia Bisbee, Sam Love, Ed Macomber, Nell Maha, Lela Cahoon McClanahan, McDaniel's, Elaine Meyer, GeeVee Meyer, MJ's Raw Bar, Tony & Rita Morello, Karin Lisa Nelson, New Bern Now, New Bern Sun Journal, Nexus Poets, Matt O'Brien, the Owens', Stacey Patterson, Maggie Peacock, Gary & Janice Peterson, Red Shoe Gallery, Cindy Ridlon, Ed Ruiz, Ben Selby, Rebecca Shelby, Silk Flowers By Jean, Donna Slade, Marjorie K. Smart, Erin Smith, STA Contracting, Bridget Swayne, Judy Szychowski, the Taglieri's, B. Jean Taylor-Mitchell, Sherry Thurston, Darlene Tighe, Meg Unfiltered, Vicki Vitale-Farrow, Amy Voorhees, Gail Warwick, Michael├ę Rose Watson, Alan Welch, Deborah Wheeler, Martha Williams and many more.Hardcover
Full ImagePreview ImageD.Lowe's ThugPassion - ThugLove: Part 1 by D.Lowe | BookBaby Bookshophttps://store.bookbaby.com/book/thug-passion---thug-love-(volume-1)<p>"D.Lowe's Thug Passion - Thug Love" (Part 1) by- D.Lowe THUG PASSION - THUG LOVE, is the story of Timmy, a somewhat sexually confused and very curious young man, who by chance meet three good friends on a hot summer day. That meeting would result in a considerable change in his life forever. One of those friends, Tyree, the most dynamic of the trio, falls head over heels in love with him; this leads to eventual sexual advances which at first were spurned by Timmy, but later reciprocated. Timmy later found himself battling those deep lustful thoughts, which plagued his mind for years, about his real true feelings for Tyree. Timmy, had to admit to himself, but couldn't fully explain why things were the way they were; but finally came to grips with the realization of his relationship with Tyree, and spent years living a secret life of love and passion, with him; even though he had a beautiful wife and several lovely children. He prodded and quickly shifted his position, evading my hand as I try to grab his balls " Timmy: " motha fucka! ..... mm-mm-mmmphf .... Oh Fuck! - AAIGHT! .... aiight .... mmmph, mmph, I surrender " Tyree: "see...I tole you" He gloated and dug into my sides once more. Timmy: "fuck you Tyree...cccctt, ooh, ..... SHIT" Tyree: " you can't be surrenderin' 'n cussin' like dat in front o' grown folk, you surrender or what? " Timmy: " yes, yes,...yes, I surrender .... lemmi go" Tyree: " you sure? " Timmy: "yes, you, tha boss, you tha master, jus move yo' hand, please" Tyree: "well you best behave yo'self now" Without warning, he straddled me; kneeling on the sofa and pinning me between the back of the seat and his stomach. Tyree: "I want you boi...." Timmy: "you got me" Tyree: "I ain't talkin' like dat .... am talkin' 'bout some o' dat" Timmy: "some o' what ....... I ain't GOTS nothin' to give you" Tyree: "am serious, 'specially from I seen how you tore dat nigga Marlon up, .movin' dat booty like dat" Pretending to be uninterested in his quest, I suddenly changed the subject, asking as I toyed with his belly button; Timmy: "Tyree, you say you love me...why?" Tyree: "dang son, you gon ask dat now!" Timmy: "tell me...a need to hear" He hastily got off me, tilted my chin up, knelt before me and looked deep in my eyes before he bowed his head, shook it slowly from side to side, sighed heavily then looked back at me. Tyree: "Timmy, I ain't got no more words to explain it to you, I ain't got no more ways I, I, don't know what to tell you except that I love you, am torn apart e'rry day jus thinkin' 'bout you...datz what I do all day every day -jus think about you".ain't nothin' mo' dat I know dat I could say, you jus gotta let time prove me right or wrong...but I do love you...more than you eva know" Timmy: "what is it about me dat you love?" Tyree: "dang son, datz 'errythang...shiit; from yo' temper, how yo' chest move up 'n down when you mad, da way you walk, them very hairy, slightly bow legs, yo tight little muscular butt, all dat pretty black hair on yo' butt, stomach, yo' pubes, under yo' arms, them hairy ballz, dat nice l'il 'stache, thick eyebrows 'n lips, yo' bright dark brown eyes, rich coco 'n cream complexion, da way you talk. dang son, Ioknow. jus da way you squeeze me back when I hold you. I know son, e'rrythang.jus e'rrythang, fo' real - I jus saw you 'n wuz like wow! .this kid is bangin'.'n on top o' dat you fresh - 'n intelligent too...its too good. Son you what I been lookin' fo' all this time"</p>eBook
Full ImagePreview ImageFranciscan Wisdom: The Essential Teachings of Saint Francis of Assisi by Saint Francis of Assisi | BookBaby Bookshophttps://store.bookbaby.com/book/franciscan-wisdomWhat does the world need? Truth, beauty, goodness, and light. Fill your life with these and spread them wherever you go. Franciscan Wisdom is full of inspirational quotes by famous Franciscans exploring these themes. Most holy people live in plain sight. We cross paths with them every day. They will never be recognized officially as saints, and they prefer that. Most of them lived quiet, diligent lives, dedicated to serving other people. They became extraordinary people by repeatedly doing the ordinary things with great love. Theres nothing more attractive than holiness. Francis of Assisi stands as a singular example of this piercing truth. This man and his life are universally intriguing and attractive. For eight hundred years, he has been loved and respected by men and women of all faiths, and those of no faith. His holiness crosses the bounds of religion and prejudice. Our lives become animated by faith when we discover once and for all that we too can walk that path. Holiness is possible. Not just for people in far-off places and times, but you and me, here and now. And not only is holiness possible but it is needed. Are you ready to be holy? It is an invitation to wholeness. It is a radical invitation to everything you yearn for that you dont know you need and want. An invitation to find your best, truest, highest, and most authentic self in Jesus.eBook

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