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TeddyShark Saves Shibboullyville: This Magical Book Reveals How You Can Now Save Yourself and the World!

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Once upon a time (actually, right now) on a planet far, far away (actually, not that far) named Shibboul, the final battle between the forces of good and evil is about to be waged.

But wait. We're getting ahead of ourselves. Let's start at the beginning. In the beginning in Shibboul was the word. And then another word. Then a sentence; then a paragraph; then even more words
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Hardcover, 96 pages
Published December 1st 2005 by Home Street Press
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Peter Heinrich
Nov 10, 2011 Peter Heinrich rated it did not like it
Shelves: philosophy, poetry
Wow.

Philip Edwin Moore, the author, facilitated a corporate team-building seminar that my coworkers and I found confusing at best. Sandwiched between typical team-building-type activities like get-to-know-you games, brainstorming, and frank feedback for management (all presented by others), Moore himself delivered a 45-minute acid trip about TeddyShark as a metaphor for our corporate culture. Since none of us knew anything about "TeddyShark," though, the metaphor was lost on us. It was fascinati
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