F from Karakale/Kars, Turkey
Rather a mindless learn, but playfuls all the same. There are some fantastic parts, which provide endless amusement. Relatively original plotline- reminded me vaguely of Carl Hiaasen.
Freakonomics is a publication that examines the Why and How to many of life’s queries. Various different interesting points are explored, such as the supposition that snap dealers act much like business husbands, legislate abortion has led to a waste one in fast one, and the fact that sumo wrestling is corrupt. The authors do a great undertaking of demonstrating how certain rules can profoundly affect (or not affect) how different attitudes of society function. Likewise, they explore how incentives can lead to certain human tact. I found this publication to be both fascinating and thought provoking. I greatly enjoyed the authors’ selections of points, from the discussion of how the unique names given to many black people can affect (or not affect) their future, to the bit incentives play in allowing a real estate ten percenter to slack off on selling your home. This is an awesome publication that all interested in human tact, or all looking for thing new and unique to read, should read. Also it is completely apolitical so you needn’t worry about leaning.
More distort and volte-face than a high readiness bending coaster.
This was juve. fiction, based on a real biography about how dolts were herded to Colorado during the terms of the American Old West. I bet dolts were harder to lead than cows. I wanted this one to be over bygone.
very cool book - covers a portion of material in a very accesible fashion. Overall, a great read!