Everyday Inequalities

Everyday Inequalities

... to graduate from high school ... now they see me as like “ Oh , well Miss College here . " I don't know . My whole family is proud of me , but it's like in a sense they're some of them actually go " Oh , you think big shit because ...

Author: Jodi O'Brien

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781577181224

Category: Social Science

Page: 434

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Thirteen newly published articles on case studies performed by sociologists demonstrating the everyday interactions that reinforce dominance and resistance in modern society.
Categories: Social Science

Love After All

Love After All

“I know so. We need to talk.” “No, we don't.” “Yes, we do.” Emma stood. “Bathroom break. ... “How do you know that?” “Because I know you. ... Oh, shit. Former student. And Aaron had to be a college graduate now. “Of course. Hi, Aaron.

Author: Jaci Burton

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9780698183780

Category: Fiction

Page: 304

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In the latest novel from the New York Times bestselling author of Hope Burns, a woman discovers that the man she least expects is exactly what she needs… High school math teacher Chelsea Gardner has the perfect plan. She’s tired of dating all the wrong men, and after years of frustration, she’s developed a foolproof list of requirements for finding “The One.” Bar owner Sebastian “Bash” Palmer finds Chelsea beautiful, smart and fun, but he thinks her list is ridiculous and unnecessary. Intent on proving Chelsea is looking for love in all the wrong ways, he offers to help her find the “perfect” man. Chelsea knows Bash isn’t the right guy for her—he barely meets one of her criteria—but there’s something about the charismatic man that has her yearning for things that are most definitely not list approved. Because sometimes, a relationship that looks totally wrong on paper can turn out incredibly right…
Categories: Fiction

Dylan s Divide

Dylan s Divide

For the new guys who don't know me yet, my name is First Lieutenant Jack Breckovich. ... I don't need this shit. You have ... I am going to break it down Barney-style for you little fobbits: “First point, I'm a West Point graduate.

Author: Lane Rockford Orsak

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781387786213

Category: Fiction

Page: 254

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Dylan "Books" Griffith isn't the first soldier to lose friends in Afghanistan. Or the first to be sent home wounded. Nor is he the first to find it hard to find his way in the civilian world, despite his short time of deployment. But when alcohol, drugs, and sex can't wallpaper over his deepest wounds, Dylan embarks on a quest to save himself and search for deeper meaning-by way of a vision-quest trip by motorcycle across the Southwest to the Hopi tribal home of a fallen comrade. What he finds there astonishes him-but who and what he encounters along the way stirs his soul in equal measure. DYLAN'S DIVIDE is a story with familiar themes, but a wholly unique story, infused with the heat of passion and the heart of an underdog-and a hope that burns brighter than the high-noon highways of the Southwest.
Categories: Fiction

Things We Need

Things We Need

'Oh shit, we should have told you about it. I don't know why we spaced on it.' 'Thal's okay,' Cleo said. She wouldn't have gone anyway She couldn't have stood to be sober at a party where Laura and Mary were fun and took lell-O shots.

Author: Jennifer Close

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 9781446448519

Category: Fiction

Page: 352

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‘In the Coffey house, there was always a list taped to the refrigerator. At the top, it was titled: THINGS WE NEED. The title was always capped and underlined, as if to stress that yes, this is important, these aren’t just things we want, these are things we need.’ Will and Weezy Coffey thought they’d prepared their three children for the challenges and hurdles of adult life. But being a grown-up isn’t easy. Claire’s engagement has been called off and she’s hiding from her debts. Martha’s in a career crisis and even her sympathetic therapist is losing patience. And Max, the baby of the family in his final year at college, has got himself into a serious girlfriend fiasco. Things We Need tells a story we all recognise, only a wittier, wiser version. Jennifer Close turns her gimlet eye and deadpan humour on the messiness of family life. A story about modern life and the place we return to when things go drastically awry: home.
Categories: Fiction

Five Plays

Five Plays

I'm not just sitting out there, you know. I'm watching. ... Think you know it all, oh, yeah. dick: Don't worry, we took care of it. lucky: Huh? dick: We did like you said. ... It's your friendly college graduate, Mrs. Miller.

Author: Michael Weller

Publisher: Theatre Communications Group

ISBN: 9781559366441

Category: Drama

Page: 240

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Long-unavailable, Michael Weller's Five Plays is the definitive look at the generation which came of age in the '60s.
Categories: Drama

The Black O

The Black O

“It's difficult to find a college graduate who's willing to get his hands dirty," said Roberts, who had dropped out of Vanderbilt himself. “The guy we want didn't finish college and knows he has to work a little harder to keep up ...

Author: Steve Watkins

Publisher: University of Georgia Press

ISBN: 9780820344034

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 300

View: 548

In 1988 several white managers of the Shoney’s restaurant chain protested against the company’s discriminatory hiring practices, including an order to blacken the “O” in “Shoney’s” on minorities’ job applications so that the marked forms could be discarded. When the managers refused to comply, they lost their jobs but not their resolve—they sued the company. Their case grew into the largest racial job discrimination class action lawsuit of its time. Shoney’s eventually offered to settle out of court, and the nearly 21,000 claimants divided a $132.5 million settlement, bringing to an abrupt end a landmark case that changed corporate attitudes nationwide. The Black O is a fascinating, behind-the-scenes story populated with many unforgettable characters, including civil rights lawyer Tommy Warren, the former college football star and convicted felon who took the case; Ray Danner, the ironfisted former CEO who developed the Shoney’s concept; and Justice Clarence Thomas, former head of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, which sat idly by for years while complaints mounted against Shoney’s. The Black O speaks to an issue that continues to have great urgency, serving as a stark refutation that the civil rights movement eliminated systemic discrimination from the workplace.
Categories: Business & Economics

Love Madness

Love Madness

I hope that you played it before losing your virginity, and when you were, I don't know, fourteen years old. ... “And what are you doing?” “Medicine.” She threw her head back, hitting the seat back. “Oh, shit. A Med student who plays ...

Author: Gabriella Regina

Publisher: Babelcube Inc.

ISBN: 9781547550647

Category: Fiction

Page: 64

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How far would you go to win back your love? Niels Janowski is in pain because his girlfriend broke up with him in the week before the most special date for couples: Valentine's. His friends, being good friends, decided to take him to a party for people who hate Valentine's so Niels can find someone to comfort him. But, unlike that, Niels met Harvard, a red haired and intelligent girl, apparently kinda crazy, who commits herself in making Niels a perfect romantic guy and help him win back his ex-girlfriend. "Love Madness" is an eleven chapters short story that happens on Valentine's Day night, and shows that, sometimes, some crazy things are necessary to win over the person you love.
Categories: Fiction

Jeremy s Kiss

Jeremy s Kiss

Oh shit, you don't mean she is working on that case do you? I thought they didn't even know he was dead. ... I think it's safe to say we both know exactly what happened to Li'l Mo, and here we are watching some college student trying ...

Author: Lee Thompson

Publisher: Lee Thompson

ISBN: 9781441468208

Category: Fiction

Page: 260

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What lengths are you willing to go to for truth and vengeance? In a world where vampires, mages and werewolves live hidden in plain sight among the human population, three people are swept into the machinations of Omaha's most powerful vampires. Lilith is a bodyguard for a formidable vampire who has given her everything she needs, but her heart thirsts for vengeance against the man who took advantage of her as a teenage runaway. The vampire Jeremy is dragged against his will into the dark world of power struggles amongst his own kind, where he must protect himself at all costs. Natalie is focused on completing her degree and never guessed it would lead to the tragic death of the man she loves. Caught between two worlds, Natalie must work alone to find the murderers and avenge his death. Will Lilith, Jeremy and Natalie find the answers they need, or will they end up ensnared in situations they may not survive?
Categories: Fiction

Run Toby Run

Run  Toby  Run

Benny, you're getting into something you don't understand, man.” Benny couldn't hold it in ... You know all that karate and shit. ... Man, in a little while, I'll be able to do what a college graduate would take five to ten years to do.

Author: Jimmie Allen

Publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.

ISBN: 9781098012878

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 222

View: 994

In the middle to late 1950s, I lived in the Brewster Projects that were infested with gang activities. In order to survive being beat up, you were encouraged to participate or be a part of a gang. There were two things I was good at; fighting was one, and running was the other. Both got me out of some tough situations. The Brewster Project recreation center was right in the area of the Brewster's twelve-story apartment buildings populated by a gang called the Russians. I spent a lot of time at the center, which was a short distance from my house. I learned to swim there, took boxing there, even learned to ice skate there. The Russians was to many to fight; running was my best option until I joined the baby Russians. The school I attended was in the area of the gang called the Angels. I eventually found myself being a part of both gangs. Running and ducking allowed me to escape being found out until my family moved out of the area. Running kept me out of more trouble than fighting. The story is based on my ability to avoid potential deadly situations.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography



Oh, yeah, you read murder novels?” “No.” Rob spoke reluctantly. “I majored in police science.” “No shit, a college boy? You're a college boy. You don't look like a college graduate. Did you graduate?” “I told you I'd been in school.

Author: Richard Voil Webb

Publisher: Page Publishing Inc

ISBN: 9781662432323

Category: Fiction

Page: 696

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In the heartland of America, in the town of McWreath in Tahoka, Oklahoma, mystery and madness arise in the form of a sadistic, relentless serial killer. Former FBI special agent Robert Wheeler, on a cross-country trip, discovers the body of the second victim, a teenage girl, and clues to the killer soon to be dubbed the Ripple Creek Ripper. He is delayed in McWreath by the mysterious destruction of his motorcycle and by a relationship developed with a beautiful waitress at a local roadhouse. Recruited by Sheriff Eddington to lead the investigation, he soon discovers a strange labyrinth of pure evil and psychopathic destruction that affects the whole county. The lives of the women are at stake, and the lives of the investigators while the suspects are slowly unraveled to reveal a deeply disturbing truth. This is the story of a county in the grips of terror and the secrets it unveils. With his life on the line, Wheeler meticulously searches for the answer to one of the most terrifying murderers in the annals of American history.
Categories: Fiction