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Why Michelle Obama Still Feels Optimistic About America | Oprah’s Book Club | Oprah Winfrey Network

Why Michelle Obama Still Feels Optimistic About America | Oprah’s Book Club | Oprah Winfrey Network

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– And one of the things that has lasted with you, you say, is the sense of optimism. “I continue to keep myself connected to a force that’s larger and more potent than any other, election or leader or news story. And that’s optimism for me. This is a form of faith and an antidote […]

The Mystery Method by Mystery ๐Ÿ“– Book Summary

The Mystery Method by Mystery ๐Ÿ“– Book Summary

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Psssst. Hey! You! How do you get beautiful women into your bed? Simple. First attract. Second comfort. Third seduce. These are the 3 steps of Mystery’s M3 model that you can learn, even if you are a shy guy. The Mystery Method by Mystery is the most famous book in the pick-up community. It’s based […]

The Book of Psalms

The Book of Psalms

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We have been talking about poetry in the Bible. How biblical poets love design and masterfully use metaphor and symbolism. These poems invite into an experience, to ponder ideas slowly and from many angles. The largest collection of poetry in the Bible is the book of Psalms. So, that is what we are going to […]

What’s inside a Rose Gold MacBook?

What’s inside a Rose Gold MacBook?

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– That is your audience right there. – That is there. – That is the world. – The world. Okay. – Hello, world. (dubstep music) (buzz saw) – Welcome back to What’s Inside. I’m Lincoln and this is Dan and today we’re with our friend John from TLD today. – And this is gonna be […]

The 2018 MacBook Air is Better than You Think

The 2018 MacBook Air is Better than You Think

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– Yo guys, Jonathan here, the madness does not stop. Yesterday was iPad Pro, today we’ve got the 2018 MacBook Air in the house. And all I ask is, please, for like the first one minute and 46 seconds of this video, can we not talk about watts? I realize that might be hard, take […]

Book Club Part 4 – A Barbie parody in stop motion *FOR MATURE AUDIENCES*

Book Club Part 4 – A Barbie parody in stop motion *FOR MATURE AUDIENCES*

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Barbie: (singing) Nants ingonyama bagithi baba Okay, we’ll stick with the standard theme song then (Barbie singing) My name’s Barbie, I have a Book Club I’m so pretty, I have a Book Club! Book Club. Barbie: I had a great time reading Stephen King’s “The Shining” I was delighted at the differences it had from […]

The Magic of Book Clubs

The Magic of Book Clubs

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This story begins with a box. Filled with adventure, and discoveries that ignite the imagination. A box filled with books, chosen by your child from Scholastic Book Clubs. But, as with all great stories, there’s more going on than meets the eye. Because that box also brings confidence, knowledge, and the keys to a lifelong […]

How to Rank your Book Higher on Amazon

How to Rank your Book Higher on Amazon

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Hey guys I’m Dave Chesson of Kindlepreneur.com and KDP rocket and in today’s tutorial I want to show you how to rank your books better for your targeted keywords for authors who don’t have a famous name or giant following it’s extremely important that your book can be found naturally on Amazon with the right […]

My year reading a book from every country in the world | Ann Morgan

My year reading a book from every country in the world | Ann Morgan

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It’s often said that you can tell a lot about a person by looking at what’s on their bookshelves. What do my bookshelves say about me? Well, when I asked myself this question a few years ago, I made an alarming discovery. I’d always thought of myself as a fairly cultured, cosmopolitan sort of person. […]

Salman Rushdie: 2016 National Book Festival

Salman Rushdie: 2016 National Book Festival

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>>From the Library of Congress in Washington, DC. [ Applause ]>>Bilal Qureshi: Good evening. It’s really an honor to be here for the closing event of the National Book Festival with Sir Salman Rushdie. So, can we just give a round of applause for him before we begin. [ Applause ] Please, you should come […]