By Dave Dunseath
Imagine workplace house is the best motion picture ever? Worship on the toes of Jon Stewart? are looking to learn a humor e-book that's really humorous? goal Low is for you.
Funny, cynical, good written, snarky, name it what you want–but there are literally thousands of those that will determine with the message in goal Low. writer Dave Dunseath says objective Low is in the event you have been invited to life's massive ceremonial dinner and ended up operating on the drive–thru. a superb present publication and a first–rate humor ebook, target Low additionally bargains such pearls–okay, morsels–okay, crumbs of wisdom–as:
-Hope is a crutch. Crutches are just stable for buying issues: extraordinary parking on the mall and sympathy dates with sizzling chicks. in a different way, they are going to simply sluggish you down.
-You can't be a failure in case you have no desire of winning.
-Whoever stated not anything is simple hasn't ever attempted quitting.
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It lay in thick black space. Occasionally it rocked and swayed. Every instrument was dead, every vision screen was dead. They consulted the computer. It said: “I regret I have been temporarily closed to all communication. ” They turned off the light music. They searched every corner of the ship in increasing bewilderment and alarm. Everywhere was dead and silent. Nowhere was there any trace of Zaphod or of Marvin. One of the last areas they checked was the small bay in which the Nutri-Matic machine was located.
And, less than half a million miles from where their starship is drifting lazily through the inky blackness of space, a Vogon ship is moving slowly toward them. Chapter 2 Like all Vogon ships it looked as if it had been not so much designed as congealed. The unpleasant yellow lumps and edifices which protruded from it at unsightly angles would have disfigured the looks of most ships, but in this case that was sadly impossible. Uglier things have been spotted in the skies, but not by reliable witnesses.
Nobody else can,” whispered Zaphod. Ford nodded despondently. ” the ghost was saying, “you became President of the Galaxy for a reason. ” insisted the ghost. “Yeah! Of course I forgot! I had to forget. They screen your brain when you get the job, you know. ” He paused for a moment. “Good,” he said and the noise stopped. “Forty-eight seconds,” said Ford. He looked again at his watch and tapped it. He looked up. “Hey, the noise has stopped,” he said. A mischievous twinkle gleamed in the ghost’s hard little eyes.
Aim Low: Quit Often, Expect the Worst, and Other Good Advice by Dave Dunseath