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Is It Just Me?

Or Is It Nuts Out There?
Goldberg, Whoopi (Book - 2010 )
Average Rating: 3 stars out of 5.
Is It Just Me?


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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.
Authors: Goldberg, Whoopi, 1950-
Title: Is it just me?
Or is it nuts out there?
Publisher: New York :, Hyperion,, c2010
Edition: 1st ed
Characteristics: xiv, 200 p. :,ill ;,22 cm
Statement of Responsibility: Whoopi Goldberg
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.S. 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
Summary: 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.
ISBN: 9781401323844
1401323847
Branch Call Number: 395.122 G6185i 2010
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Report This Aug 31, 2011
  • Pisinga rated this: 1.5 stars out of 5.

Although there are many views with which I personally very agree, there is no need, in my opinion, writing a book about how Whoopi Goldberg sees things around us. It's enough to have a column in the relevant newspaper or magazine. Books must be a Literature, it is possible that different genres and styles, but always written by people who have talent and some education in this field. Expressing views and opinions is possible in various blogs and the like. If you've ever seen “The View”, so to reading this book is like to hear Whoopi Goldberg on that show.

Report This Jan 26, 2011
  • dundurncook rated this: 2.5 stars out of 5.

I think she is funnier "live" than through her writing

Report This Dec 06, 2010
  • ehbooklover rated this: 3 stars out of 5.

A humourous look at some of Whoopi's pet peeves. Not as funny as I expected, but I still liked it. Especially since I agreed with a lot of what she wrote about!

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