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Who Moved My Choose?: An Amazing Way to Deal With Change by Deciding to Let Indecision Into Your Life

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This book has nothing to do with cats. Or mice. Or self-motivation. This book is 100% 50% finished. But don’t worry, I finished the good half. But don’t be mistaken—the good half isn’t good at all. In fact, it’s remarkably terrible. It’s only good in relation to the half I didn’t get around to writing. After all, the worst writing is the writing that couldn’t be bothered t ...more
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Published (first published November 26th 2011)
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Amanda Alexandre
Mar 13, 2014 Amanda Alexandre rated it liked it
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I bought this book for its title, thinking it was a sattire to business self-help books. But it has nothing to do with it. And I'm not sure I am the person more adequate to rate this book.

There are jokes about penis, but I'm a woman.
There are puns, but as a non-native English speaker, I don't get half of them.
There are references to American culture, and I'm quite oblivious about what things like "Orafoura" mean.
There are "everyday jokes", but, as someone who doesn't share the same lifestyle, I
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M.C. Humphreys
Nov 29, 2011 M.C. Humphreys rated it it was amazing
Gol, this book was funny. All these great quotes get me to suspectin' that Mr. Kintz is like some urbane clone of myself. I might be able to relate to that, if city slickers weren't all morally depraved. But I think Mr. Kintz is so depraved as to be just about the most likable guy I've never met.

What I could relate to, though, was the piece addressed to 'Miss Hummingbird.' It certainly takes a sharp person to be able to grasp the level of wit in those thoughts. I wouldn't want to have to read a
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Mike C
Aug 07, 2014 Mike C rated it did not like it
After reading, or rather enduring, this thing in the summer of 2012, I began looking into a few other of Kintz's 'works' and I have to say I am baffled by the existence of his career in satire, or as a humorist, or really writing in any way.

He commits the cardinal sin of humorism -- he's not funny.

He commits the cardinal sin of satire -- he's not satirical.

Jokes about sex or politics, and those ever-present 'it's funny because it's true' cultural issues, may be done to death in this field of w
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Let’s knock out the trivial first. I was born in Salt Lake City on March 5th. Now that you know my birthday, please feel free to get me birthday presents. Notice how I used the plural, presents? More than one gift would be greatly appreciated. Appropriate gifts include gold coins, bars of silver, and large tracts of land (prefe
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