In the course of a few short months, Lawrence LaRose got married, bought a decrepit house in Sag Harbor with his wife, and lost his job. This is the story of how, while negotiating a cash-strapped, divorce-teetering first year of marriage, this unemployed writer and Manhattanite ended up bluffing his way onto a Hamptons construction crew in order to learn the skills for what became an enormous home-and life-renovation. Lawrence LaRose coauthored the internationally bestselling The Code: Time-Tested Secrets for Getting What You Want from Women - Without Marrying Them! and promptly forgot his own advice. He lives with his wife and son in the paint section at KMart. "Raucous-and ultimately heroic."-New York Times "Gutted is the tough-love version of every home renovation book you've ever read...Gutted is jaw-droppingly funny."-Rocky Mountain News "If Dave Barry were to renovate a house, the resulting story might be something like Gutted."-Atlanta Journal-Constitution "[Gutted] takes you beyond the simple bricks and mortar of home renovation to places the gang on This Old House wouldn't go at gunpoint...A must-read."-Hartford Courant Also available: HC 1-58234-392-6 $24.95
Genre: House & Home, Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing USA, Pages: 288 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9781596918412

“At his most flippant, Chin is downright charming.”—Publishers Weekly While trying to make sense of this ever-churning, terror-filled world, poet Justin Chin found himself traveling repeatedly home to Southeast Asia—a region unnerved and raging with SARS and the Avian Flu—to help care for his father who had suddenly been declared terminally ill with cancer. In addition to his father’s illness, Chin was managing his own health and medical annoyances and preparing for a looming US citizenship test. At the beginning of this difficult period, Chin quietly vowed not to speak publicly about his troubles until they had been suitably resolved. These poems mark the end of that resolution. Gutted is a document of growing older—a massively moving work of grief, loss, comfort, illness, and resolve—imbued with Chin's unique screwy perspective, ever-defective grace, and scabrous humor. Justin Chin is the author of two poetry collections, Harmless Medicine and Bite Hard (Manic D Press), and two collections of essays, Burden of Ashes (Alyson Books) and Mongrel: Essays, Diatribes and Pranks (St. Martin's Press). Chin’s writings have also been anthologized widely, notably in The Outlaw Bible of American Poetry (Thunder's Mouth Press), American Poetry: The Next Generation (Carnegie Mellon University Press), The World In Us: Lesbian and Gay Poetry of the Next Wave (St. Martin's Press), and Chick For A Day (Simon & Schuster). He has performed his work throughout the United States. He lives in San Francisco.
Genre: Poetry, Editor: Manic D Press, Pages: 144 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9781933149691

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This is Gutted: Beautiful Horror Stories, an anthology of dark fiction that explores the beauty at the very heart of darkness.
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Genre: Delegated legislation, Editor: , Pages: in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: UCR:31210024904920

Genre: Fishery products, Editor: , Pages: 214 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: UCSD:31822041757196

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Describes how a recently unemployed writer and Manhattanite and his new wife purchased a decrepit fixer-upper in Sag Harbor, New York, how he bluffed his way onto a Hamptons construction crew in order to learn the skills he needed to restore his own home, and the difficulties of building a life, a marriage, and a home. Reprint. 30,000 first printing.
Genre: House & Home, Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing USA, Pages: 290 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9781582345741

The authorized, paginated WTO Dispute Settlement Reports in English: cases for 2008.
Genre: Law, Editor: Cambridge University Press, Pages: 515 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9780521760638

Through interviews with twelve distinguished philosophers—including atheists, agnostics, and believers—Talking God works toward a philosophical understanding and evaluation of religion. Along the way, Gary Gutting and his interviewees challenge many common assumptions about religious beliefs. As tensions simmer, and often explode, between the secular and the religious forces in modern life, the big questions about human belief press ever more urgently. Where does belief, or its lack, originate? How can we understand and appreciate religious traditions different from our own? Featuring conversations with twelve skeptics, atheists, agnostics, and believers—including Alvin Plantinga, Philip Kitcher, Michael Ruse, and John Caputo—Talking God offers new perspectives on religion, including the challenge to believers from evolution, cutting-edge physics and cosmology; arguments both for and against atheism; and meditations on the value of secular humanism and faith in the modern world. Experts offer insights on Islam, Buddhism, and Hinduism, as well as Judaism and Christianity. Topical and illuminating, Talking God gives readers a deeper understanding of faith today and how philosophers understand it. From Talking God: “[Some say] Buddhism is not a religion because Buddhists don’t believe in a supreme being. This simply ignores the fact that many religions are not theistic in this sense. Chess is a game, despite the fact that it is not played with a ball, after all.” —Jay Garfield, from chapter 10, “Buddhism: Religion Without Divinity” “Why think that the creator was all-knowing and omnipotent?— Maybe the creator was a student god, and only got a B minus on this project?” —Louise Antony, from chapter 2, “A Case for Atheism” “There are a large number—maybe a couple of dozen—of pretty good theistic arguments. None is conclusive, but each, or at any rate the whole bunch taken together, is about as strong as philosophical arguments ordinarily get.” —Alvin Plantinga, from chapter 1, “A Case for Theism” “If you cease to ‘believe’ in a particular religious creed, like Calvinism or Catholicism, you have changed your mind and adopted a new position— But if you lose ‘faith,’—everything is lost. You have lost your faith in life, lost hope in the future, lost heart, and you cannot go on.” —John Caputo, from chapter 3, “Religion and Deconstruction”
Genre: Philosophy, Editor: W. W. Norton & Company, Pages: 256 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9780393352825