Shit that Pisses Me Off

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Shit that Pisses Me Off

Shit that Pisses Me Off Challenging thoughts about everyday things casual day at the office calling people Ms and Mr parenting without a license flying a national flag women s fiction drugs and sports profit and loss m

  • Title: Shit that Pisses Me Off
  • Author: Peg Tittle
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 286
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Challenging thoughts about everyday things casual day at the office, calling people Ms and Mr parenting without a license, flying a national flag, women s fiction, drugs and sports, profit and loss, marriage, the weather report, hockey brawls, jury duty For every belief, attitude, and behaviour Tittle investigates in a way that only a trained philosopher can , she expChallenging thoughts about everyday things casual day at the office, calling people Ms and Mr parenting without a license, flying a national flag, women s fiction, drugs and sports, profit and loss, marriage, the weather report, hockey brawls, jury duty For every belief, attitude, and behaviour Tittle investigates in a way that only a trained philosopher can , she exposes the often unflattering implications of endorsing that belief, attitude, or behaviour not the least of which is that there is no reasoned argument one can give in support of, no acceptable, sufficient, defensible rationale for, the belief, attitude, or behaviour in question and, further, presents a great many counterarguments to those who would nevertheless persist leaving the reader with way to think about than the word count would suggest Philosophy with an attitude Because the unexamined life is dangerous.

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    One thought on “Shit that Pisses Me Off

    1. Tea on said:

      I enjoyed reading the view point of someone else on various topics. Although there were a few that I was just interested in reading and finding out why it would piss anyone off, there were some points I agreed with and others which I did not. However, the majority of all topics mentioned were based on good points. I say the majority because some points did not seem thoroughly thought through (say that five times fast), which made the argument seem less convincing.*****Spoiler Alert*****Some of t [...]

    2. Read2review on said:

      I was unsure on taking this book on for the use of language in the title, however I am glad I read it as some very valid points were made. I will tell you a little about my favourite bits of the book.Drugs and Sports – What’s The Problem: A subject which has been brought to the front for many who enjoy wrestling like me. We support the wrestlers and they, out of their own choosing, take drugs and get suspended. So do we still support them? For me I am choosing to support one particular wrest [...]

    3. Kitty Chatfou on said:

      Book Title: "Shit That Pisses Me Off"Author: Peg TittlePublished By: MagentaAge Recommended: 18 +Reviewed By: Kitty BullardRaven Rating: 5Review: This book had me laughing and had me nodding my head in complete and total agreement with a lot of things Peg Tittle wrote about. When you sit down and think about all the things in life that stumps you or really gets to you, you realize just how insane the world can be! There are so many things out there that often have us scratching our heads as to w [...]

    4. Deseray on said:

      Although this was a quick and entertaining read it is far from perfect. At first I really enjoyed it but the farther I read into it the more annoyed I became. If you are going to point out flaws (many which I agree with) then you need to come up with plausible solutions to fix them. Most were just bitching and moaning about things she doesn't like but offered no concrete solutions. The few "solutions" that were given were not thought out and just as flawed as the original problem (some of which [...]

    5. Briana Blair on said:

      Not very long, but a really good read. The author is intelligent, and points out some great inconsistencies in common thinking and action. She echoed many of my own thoughts about society, and may have been channeling some George Carlin in a few areas. Worth reading, and I may go out and find the other volumes I seem to recall seeing available.

    6. Nichole on said:

      Haha, I don't even know where to begin. I thought this short read was thought-provoking, and at times, hilarious. I particularly loved the chapter "Bambi's cousin is going to tear you apart." Definitely worth a read! Especially since it's free, and takes less than 2 hours.

    7. Jessica on said:

      A quirky, fleeting read. Some good points were raised, others I didn't agree with. Would be exceedingly more powerful if her arguments were meted out slightly more (and slightly less rambling). 3.5 stars.

    8. T. Blake on said:

      Closer to a 2.5ish from me It was the delivery that bugged me more than the actual statements and opinions.

    9. Cara on said:

      Thought this would be amusingly snarky, but I just found it tediously bitchy. Back it goes.

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