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Is it just me? : or is it nuts out there?

Author: Whoopi Goldberg
Publisher: New York : Hyperion, ©2010.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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The veteran comedian and co-host of "The View" uses her trademark humor to examine the growing disrespect and rudeness in society and discusses how a loss of civility diminishes the quality of life.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Whoopi Goldberg
ISBN: 1401323847 9781401323844 9781401310653 1401310656
OCLC Number: 456181042
Description: xiv, 200 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: Rude awakening --
Abuse it and lose it --
Politics has gotten #$!@%! nasty --
Group insult --
Big blogger --
If you can't we witty, don't be shitty --
Then maybe you should stop complaining --
Abuse --
Censorship --
Road rude --
Parking --
No condom? No way --
If you don't want to hear the answer, don't ask the question --
A civil person's handy list: things to tell people who put you on the spot --
Gracious you --
Toenail clipping and common scents --
Where is the respect? --
You respect my opinion, and I'll respect yours --
A civil person's handy list: how not to turn a discussion into a fight --
Daily rehab --
T.S.A. does not mean "time to smart ass" --
A civil person's handy list: how not to slow down a TSA screening --
Just plane good manners --
Even Steve Jobs has to turn off his cell phone --
A traveler check --
Fragrant fliers --
Stinky foods not to bring on a plane --
Louder, they can't hear you in the lobby --
Places not to use a cell phone --
Thank you for not texting --
Resisting textation --
A flea on the ass of a mosquito --
Play nice or stay home --
Self test: stadium behavior --
Block that parent --
Self test: sideline civility --
Down in front! --
Manners --
An elevator is like a bathroom --
Encourage your kids to play by themselves --
Peer itself --
Role models will disappoint you --
A civil person's handy list: role models who have disappointed us --
How do I look? And tell the truth --
The three questions --
You realize I can see you --
If you don't like it, don't do it --
Should we be worried about this? --
Bloggers are cowards --
Don't think you know someone because you see them on TV --
A civil person's handy list: commonly used hurtful words and phrases --
You realize I can hear you --
The smarter things to say --
Self test: offensive language --
Think it, don't say it --
A civil person's handy list: things to think and not say --
Buddy is the new nigger --
Just because I'm Catholic, don't assume that a priest has touched me --
There aren't enough jails --
Take your stinking paws off me, you damned dirty ape! --
A civil person's handy list: the hands-off list --
A civil person's handy list: behavior to avoid in the workplace --
Simple requests for portraying black people --
Questions you should ask a week before guests come to your house --
Who rules when it's not your house? --
Noisy neighbors --
Bullies --
Self test: am I a bully? --
Manners don't take a vacation --
May I have your attention please? Please? --
Stress one now --
With all due respect --
Master score sheet for self-tests --
Glossary of terms & other words.
Responsibility: Whoopi Goldberg.
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The veteran comedian and co-host of "The View" uses her trademark humor to examine the growing disrespect and rudeness in society and discusses how a loss of civility diminishes the quality of life.

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