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Rage Against the Machine, Your Boss, Your Bills, and Everything Else: A How-To Guide to Small Acts of Revolt, Revenge, and Revolution

Rage Against the Machine, Your Boss, Your Bills, and Everything Else: A How-To Guide to Small Acts of Revolt, Revenge, and Revolution (Paperback)

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Tired of paying hundreds of dollars for a cell phone contract? Always end up with what seems like dozens of electrics accessories when all you wanted was a TV? Find yourself constantly stalked by telemarketers? Let this book teach you how to deal with all of those frustrations and more! A lot of people accept that these kinds of annoyances are just part of life, but what they don't know is that there are ways to avoid them. Learn about the dozens of easy solutions that will help you: Stay one step ahead of greedy banks Get telemarketers to stop calling Negotiate a better deal at your gym "Win a round of boxing" with big-box retailers Extend a stay in Canada without documentation or hassle Use an entire printer cartridgeIt's a tough world out there, but figuring out how to (legally and safely) rage against those who deserve it is more satisfying than you could ever imagine!

Health & WellbeingHumourReference & ResearchEncyclopaedias & reference worksReference works Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing Publication Date: 04/02/2014 ISBN-13: 9781626365483  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Ronald Lewis is a strong opponent of careless and greedy powerbrokers in corporate America and the hallways of Washington, D.C. Lewis blogs frequently about monetary policy in America and he is an outspoken critic of the Federal Reserve Banking System. He lives in Denver, Colorado.

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