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9781616085728 - Herb Reich: 2,501 Things That Really Piss Me Off: A Catalog of Insults and Intrusions That Are Sure to Ruin My Day
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2,501 Things That Really Piss Me Off: A Catalog of Insults and Intrusions That Are Sure to Ruin My Day (?)

ISBN: 9781616085728 (?) or 161608572X, in english, Skyhorse Publishing Inc. New

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Herb Reich, Books, 2,501 Things That Really Piss Me Off: A Catalog of Insults and Intrusions That Are Sure to Ruin My Day, Complaining, psychologists assert, is good for the soul. It acts as a relief valve to help dispel the pent-up energy generated by our frustration. If we weren’t able to complain, we would no doubt exhibit more physical violence and engage more frequently in destructive behavior. Our neighbors outrage us, our children mock us, strangers insult us, government agencies mistreat us, unscrupulous entrepreneurs victimize us, and even inanimate objects conspire to screw up our lives. Compelling inner voices harass us, the crowd in the Agora thwarts us, and irrationality surrounds us everywhere. It’s enough to make someone paranoid! 2,501 Things That Really Piss Me Off demonstrates that misery loves company, and that we are the company that misery loves. Intended as a catalog of everything irksome in our lives, 2,501 Things That Really Piss Me Off reviews the broad spectrum of affronts, annoyances, nuisances, grievances, vexations, mortifications, and molestations that disrupt our equanimity and that daily pervert the simple pleasures of living. It gives voice to the time-honored practice of people everywhere in the world—griping. Within these pages the reader will find items of anger, reflection, humor, social comment, and even the occasional non sequitur. For its octogenarian author, it is pure catharsis, but it is also the author’s intention that the reader be entertained, and, with a little luck, enriched by the realization that the demons that confound him confound the rest of us as well. That he is not alone in his Weltschmerz.
161608572X - Herb Reich: 2,501 Things That Really Piss Me Off: A Catalog of Insults and Intrusions That are Sure to Ruin My Day
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2,501 Things That Really Piss Me Off: A Catalog of Insults and Intrusions That are Sure to Ruin My Day (?)

ISBN: 161608572X (?) or 9781616085728, in english, Skyhorse Publishing, Used

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education and reference,humor,humor and entertainment,humorous,literature and fiction,satire, Complaining, psychologists assert, is good for the soul. It acts as a relief valve to help dispel the pent-up energy generated by our frustration. If we weren't able to complain, we would no doubt exhibit more physical violence and engage more frequently in destructive behavior. Our neighbors outrage us, our children mock us, strangers insult us, government agencies mistreat us, unscrupulous entrepreneurs victimize us, and even inanimate objects conspire to screw up our lives. Compelling inner voices harass us, the crowd in the Agora thwarts us, and irrationality surrounds us everywhere. It's enough to make someone paranoid! 2,501 Things That Really Piss Me Off demonstrates that misery loves company, and that we are the company that misery loves.�Intended as a catalog of everything irksome in our lives, 2,501 Things That Really Piss Me Off reviews the broad spectrum of affronts, annoyances, nuisances, grievances, vexations, mortifications, and molestations that disrupt our equanimity and that daily pervert the simple pleasures of living. It gives voice to the time-honored practice of people everywhere in the world?griping. Within these pages the reader will find items of anger, reflection, humor, social comment, and even the occasional non sequitur. For its octogenarian author, it is pure catharsis, but it is also the author's intention that the reader be entertained, and, with a little luck, enriched by the realization that the demons that confound him
9781616085728 - Herb Reich: 2,501 Things That Really Piss Me Off
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Herb Reich (?):

2,501 Things That Really Piss Me Off (?)

ISBN: 9781616085728 (?) or 161608572X, in english, Skyhorse Publishing, New

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Complaining, psychologists assert, is good for the soul. It acts asa relief valve to help dispel the pent-up energy generated byour frustration. If we weren t able to complain, we would no doubtexhibit more physical violence and engage more frequently in destructivebehavior. Our neighbors outrage us, our children mock us, strangers insult us, government agencies mistreat us, unscrupulousentrepreneurs victimize us, and even inanimate objects conspire toscrew up our lives. Compelling inner voices harass us, the crowd inthe Agora thwarts us, and irrationality surrounds us everywhere. It s enough to make someone paranoid! 2,501 Things That ReallyPiss Me Off demonstrates that misery loves company, and that weare the company that misery loves. Intended as a catalog of everything irksome in our lives, 2,501Things That Really Piss Me Off reviews the broad spectrum of affronts, annoyances, nuisances, grievances, vexations, mortifications, and molestations that disrupt our equanimity and that daily pervertthe simple pleasures of living. It gives voice to the time-honoredpractice of people everywhere in the world griping. Within thesepages the reader will find items of anger, reflection, humor, socialcomment, and even the occasional non sequitur. For its octogenarianauthor, it is pure catharsis, but it is also the author s intentionthat the reader be entertained, and, with a little luck, enriched bythe realization that the demons that confound him confound therest of us as well. That he is not alone in his Weltschmerz.