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Die Happy

Die Happy

499 Things Every Guy's Gotta Do While He Still Can

  • Author: Tim Burke,Michael Burke
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
  • ISBN: 9781429902502
  • Category: Travel
  • Page: 288
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Attention, guys of America: It's time to get off the couch, turn off the PlayStation, and set down your beer (just kidding—never set down your beer). Your days of freedom are numbered. Every guy owes it to himself to do something audacious, ostentatious, hilarious, or just plain fun before it's too late. The time is now for the kinds of things that will be decidedly against the rules after you "settle down." Die Happy is here to help you create the kind of stories you'll be telling for the rest of your life. Stories about things like: · How you spent your graduation cash: You start at Oktoberfest in Munich and wake up on a Thai beach (which is totally what your Aunt Edith had in mind). From Fantasy Fest to La Tomatina, here's a breakdown of the wildest parties and the craziest worldwide destinations. · The best places to, ahem, explore other cultures (or whatever): Corfu's Pink Palace. Ireland's pubs. Amsterdam's Red Light District. Ibiza. Plus plenty of other fascinating events and locales, many of which also happen to serve booze. · Getting a job (don't worry, not a real job): Jet Ski guy. Cruise ship bartender. Casino dealer. Lifeguard. Roadie. Where and how to earn the money to subsidize your fun, usually in some exotic location full of very friendly women. At once a "How To," a "To Do," and a "We Did," Die Happy contains all the ideas, checklists, and insanely funny true stories you'll need to help you have as much fun as possible—while you still can.

Die Happy

Die Happy

  • Author: J. M. Gregson
  • Publisher: Severn House Publishers Ltd
  • ISBN: 1780101341
  • Category: Fiction
  • Page: 224
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The new Lambert and Hook mystery - When the committee members of the Oldford Literary Festival all receive anonymous letters telling them to resign or die, it marks the start of an unusual case for Chief Superintendent Lambert and DS Hook. All of the members identify one man as being capable of such a thing: Peter Preston, a self-important snob who is in disagreement with the head of the festival over what he sees as the dumbing down of the events programme. But could such a disagreement lead to murder? It’s not long before Lambert and Hook have their answer . . .

Let's All Die Happy

Let's All Die Happy

  • Author: Erin Adair-Hodges
  • Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Press
  • ISBN: 0822983141
  • Category: Poetry
  • Page: 80
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Winner of the 2016 Agnes Lynch Starrett Poetry Prize

Die Rich Die Happy

Die Rich Die Happy

  • Author: James Munro
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: N.A
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Transparency and Self-Knowledge

Transparency and Self-Knowledge

  • Author: Alex Byrne
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press
  • ISBN: 0198821611
  • Category: Philosophy
  • Page: 240
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Alex Byrne sets out and defends a theory of self-knowledge-knowledge of one's mental states. Inspired by Gareth Evans' discussion of self-knowledge in his The Varieties of Reference, the basic idea is that one comes to know that one is in a mental state M by an inference from a worldly or environmental premise to the conclusion that one is in M. (Typically the worldly premise will not be about anything mental.) The mind, on this account, is 'transparent': self-knowledge is achieved by an 'outward glance' at the corresponding tract of the world, not by an 'inward glance' at one's own mind. Belief is the clearest case, with the inference being from 'p' to 'I believe that p'. One serious problem with this idea is that the inference seems terrible, because 'p' is at best very weak evidence that one believes that p. Another is that the idea seems not to generalize. For example, what is the worldly premise corresponding to 'I intend to do this', or 'I feel a pain'? Byrne argues that both problems can be solved, and explains how the account covers perception, sensation, desire, intention, emotion, memory, imagination, and thought. The result is a unified theory of self-knowledge that explains the epistemic security of beliefs about one's mental states (privileged access), as well as the fact that one has a special first-person way of knowing about one's mental states (peculiar access).

Die Happy Or Die Trying

Die Happy Or Die Trying

Notebook - Journal - Diary - 110 Lined Pages

  • Author: Don Joe
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 9781080383443
  • Category:
  • Page: 112
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The Paintings of Henry Miller

The Paintings of Henry Miller

Paint as You Like and Die Happy : with Collected Essays by Henry Miller on the Art of Watercolor

  • Author: Henry Miller
  • Publisher: Chronicle Books Llc
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category: Art
  • Page: 143
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Essays on painting by Miller accompany a selection from fifty years of his drawings and watercolors

Shingwauk's Vision

Shingwauk's Vision

A History of Native Residential Schools

  • Author: James Rodger Miller
  • Publisher: University of Toronto Press
  • ISBN: 9780802078582
  • Category: Social Science
  • Page: 582
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This book is an absolute first in its comprehensive treatment of this subject. J.R. Miller has written a new chapter in the history of relations between indigenous and immigrant peoples in Canada.

Happy Cruelty Day!

Happy Cruelty Day!

Daily Celebrations of Quiet Desperation

  • Author: Bob Powers
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
  • ISBN: 1466854189
  • Category: Humor
  • Page: 416
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For everyone looking to find a little extra magic in a life with little to celebrate, Happy Cruelty Day! is here. Beginning on January 1, this book features 365 new holidays, each accompanied by a strange, dark and humorous short story explaining the day you woke up in and how to celebrate it. These 365 daily doses of delight, perversion, and nonsense include "Hire Someone Attractive To Pretend To Love You Day," "Hang on to Your Wide-Eyed Innocence Day," "Sit in Abject Terror Day," and, of course, "Cruelty Day." Far more than just a humor book, Happy Cruelty Day! is like a daily instructional manual written by a psychopath. On one page, the book has you joining a community crime watch group in an effort to make friends (it won't work). Flip the page, and you'll find the details of your attempt to rescue your husband from a POW camp (you'll fail). Flip it again, and Happy Cruelty Day! will have important insight into how best to befriend a runaway teen (offer her some soup). These holidays celebrate everything from that pivotal point in your life when everything changes, to the day you're not going to do anything but sit on the edge of your bed and get very drunk. When people realize they've fallen in love, or when they realize their love was just a lie. And of course, when love of whatever incarnation brings an index finger to clench tight around the trigger of a gun. Raw, ridiculous, and laugh-out-loud funny, this is a sharp-edged satire on the subtleties, shallowness, and stupidity of daily life.