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Pooh and the Psychologists (Wisdom of Pooh) by John T. Williams
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Can't argue with any of the above reviews. Professor Michell says in the first review, (and in my opinion rightly) "The more you know about psychological theories and Winnie-the-Pooh, the more you will enjoy this book" -but then adds- "Unfortunately, that approach means that your enjoyment will be modest if your knowledge is limited ..... If you know little about psychology and have not read Winnie-the-Pooh, you may not get most of the humor in the book".

True; but.......

For anyone who is suffering from Depression, struggling to either beat it or at least come to terms with it, this will probably have less relevence.

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Otherness by David Brin
Otherness by David Brin
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars David BRIN. Otherness, 30 Dec 2009
The short story developed to a an art. Probably tagged Science Fiction, but more of a melange of Philosophy, Sociology and Anthropology in a fiou pastry of tongue in cheek humour. The title story defines western 'civilisation'. Beg or borrow, and if necessary buy it, read it, recomend it.
Sennheiser CX 300-II Eco High quality Noise isolat&hellip by Sennheiser
Reasonable sound for the if you can dodge the copies- looks like I did for once.

Increased life expectancy of these headphones fourfold by affixing lightweight whipping twine to each of the 3 lengths of cable that make up the 'phones; each 1" shorter than the cable. When the inevitable jerk happens (or meets me in the street), the twine will take the strain instead off breaking the cables and blowing yet another purple and temper!