Good Citizen's Handbook:
A Guide To Proper Behavior
by Jennifer McKnight-Trontz
Stunning guidance from civics, scouting and even government
handbooks from decades ago.
I have never seen a book like this one -- it is a collection
of wisdom from before America's values fell into a sewer.
With original drawings from the 1920s to the late 1950s,
here is what made America great -- the dignity, courtesy
and goals we all stood for. You'll remember it all, a flood
of ethical nostalgia, with more value today than ever:
The dangers of delinquency
The importance of playing fair
A good citizen eats plenty of meat
The benefits of cheerfulness
Code of the Junior Rifleman
Good citizenship in your neighborhood
Outdoor activities for family fun
A good little boy never talks back
Tips to ensure that work doesn't dominate your life
Why it's never right to poison the neighbor's dog
This book is a kick -- it re-awakens a part of you that
has been numbed and dumbed down by television, Hollywood,
and the mindless talking heads of the news machinery. Get
a copy and feel a smile peal across your face, walk out
your door with a brisk step, renewed vigor and a sense of
purpose you had all but lost.
An indispensable guide for surviving life's sudden turns
for the worst. Survival experts provide illustrated, step-by-step
instructions on what you need to know FAST:
How to take a punch
How to deliver a baby in a taxicab
How to jump from a moving car
How to stop a car with no brakes
How to escape from a bear (with separate entries for snakes,
mountain lion, killer bees, charging bull, alligator and
How to treat a bullet or knife wound
How to use a defibrillator
How to perform a tracheotomy
How to land the plane
And much much more!
Amazing reading, this compelling page-turner gives you the
real skinny on stuff you've mostly only seen as movie mythology.
This book is the extra step for anyone who keeps a gun for
"Ramming a car to move it out of your way is not easy
or safe, but there are some methods that work better than
others and some that will minimize damage to your vehicle...
The best way to hit a car blocking your path is to clip
the very rear of it, about one foot from the rear bumper.
The rear is usually the lightest part of a car, and it will
move relatively easily..."
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