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As dockbitch you're supposed to guide the trucks into exactly a certain spot, but the truck drivers don't give a damn and they never pay any attention to you anyway, and then of course the grouchy crane operators always blame you when ...

Author: Wolf Larsen

Publisher: Author House

ISBN: 1452076073

Category: Biography & Autobiography

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Unalaska, Alaska is closely based on Wolf Larsens experiences living and working on Americas final frontier. Unalaska, Alaska is about life on commercial fishing boats at the top of the world. The main character Jay works 115 hour weeks on the Bering Sea, which has some of the worst weather in the world. After a year and a half on the fishing boats Jay begins living and working on the island of Unalaska, Alaska which is one of the most remote corners of the North American continent. The novel Unalaska, Alaska is as wild as the island itself - an untamed frontier town where guns and groceries are sold side by side at the local supermarket.
2008-03-21 By Wolf Larsen

Travels with Lost Conquistadors, Mountain Men, Cowboys, Indians, Hoboes, Truckers, and Bullriders Richard Grant. I'm drunk off my ass and I don't give a fuck Batshit in the daytime and batshit at night I'll ride this old rail and I ...

Author: Richard Grant

Publisher: Grove Press

ISBN: 0802141803

Category: Travel

Page: 311

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In a richly textured travelogue, a British journalist recounts his fifteen-year odyssey throughout the United States, examining the myths and realities of the wandering life as he recalls his encounters with America's nomads and traces the history of wanderers--cowboys, explorers, frontiersmen, trappers, and Native American warriors--in the New World. Reprint.
2005 By Richard Grant

'You don't have to tow anybody anywhere. I'll move the fuckin' car.' 'The wood's down,' Pins said. 'You can't move it once the woods down.' 'Fuck you and the wood,' the driver said. The middle of the garbage truck stopped right next to ...

Author: Lorenzo Carcaterra

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 9781446493236

Category: Fiction

Page: 336

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In the early 1980s, a new scourge is unleashed upon an unsuspecting America. Crack cocaine. The tenuous grip on law and order is finally broken as organized gangs run amok. None of their leaders is more evil than Lucia Carney whose drug empire grows and grows at the cost of thousands of lives, many of them innocent ones. With the forces of law and order incapable of breaking the gangs, a new type of enforcement is required; a rogue force, outside the restrictions of the police code. These men and women are called the Apaches. They have little left to loose, having already lost their police badges as a result of the wounds and disability sustained in the course of duty. They are the avenging angels who will descend on Carney's empire and, irrespective of personal cost, destroy it forever.
2011-08-31 By Lorenzo Carcaterra

“Who the fuck's gonna help me unload” Asked the truck driver. “I don't give a shit! Why doncha get a couple of them nigger bums standin around one of those bonfires? I don't know. Do whacha gotta do!Just shake your ass and get the Job ...

Author: Ronald Joseph Tocchini

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 9781466908024

Category: Literary Collections

Page: 68

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A Literary Collage is a collection of short stories. Some of them are fiction (like The Way It Was); others relate experiences of the writer himself (for example New York City or Bust). Some are more or less expository writing (like In Llama Land, There Are One-Man Bands).
2011-12-20 By Ronald Joseph Tocchini

“Son, I don't give a fuck about that bullshit! ... “She asked to sit in my truck to write my tickets,” Marvin replies. ... Eddies Suarez's sighs as he runs his hands through his hair, it was apparent to the truck driver that he was ...

Author: Eugene Smiley, Jr

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781387116669

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Behind the steering wheel, Donald Holland, the assigned EVD—Emergency Vehicle Driver—of Truck 105 had the motor ... Despite his “I don't give a fuck about life” demeanor and his rapacious libido— “Hagan would screw a snake if you held ...

Author: K. Scott Bonovich

Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing Rights Agency

ISBN: 9781631350610

Category: Political Science

Page: 436

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A dangerous shell game is being played in cities across the country. It is a Russian roulette-style series of decisions practiced on a daily basis, involving the safety of a generally unsuspecting public. As fire houses and their companies are closed and disbanded, their communities become unwitting victims to the ravages of fire, awaiting help from ever-increasing distances. The men and women proclaimed heroes doing their job day in and day out become expendable when fire department budgets fall to the domain of those lacking an iota of experience, namely, the politicians. Convenient Heroes is a microcosm of the ongoing struggle between firefighters who fight fires and save lives, versus politicians who don't. It is the story of "The Bravest," who are due far more than a photo op and honorable mention when it is politically expedient. K. Scott Bonovich was granted access to firehouses in three different departments, often living there with the firefighters, listening, observing, and many times riding along to fires. He learned first hand why these average men and women are heroes. He also learned that fires and politics do not mix ... at all. About the Author K. Scott Bonovich spent much of his life in Maryland, and currently lives in Los Angeles. "How could I truly describe what these average men and women experience that does make them heroes in the literal sense of the word?" Publisher's website: http: //sbprabooks.com/KScottBonovich
2014-04 By K. Scott Bonovich

slip up with fuck this or that, I had better hear nothing but Yes Sir's or Yes Ma'am's. ... Remember, I don't give a rat's ass if you are a cook, truck driver, admin or even fucking public affairs, every Marine is a basic ...

Author: Frank Hernandez

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781465321510

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 128

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Marine Mystique is an autobiographical work, where I seek to render an account of my memories and experiences as a Marine Corps Drill Instructor (D.I.). The book is framed with descriptions and the jargon (Explicit language), related to life as a Marine D. I. It is filled with depictions of individuals, conversations and my inner thoughts and emotions about the training of recruits as they strive to become Marines. Discover the reason it is so important for a D. I. To learn the ability to mask his own emotions. Learn what the making of a Marine is all about, from the D.I.s point of view. Feel the progression of pride as you turn each page, the pride that is the United States Marine Corps. Their Motto of Semper Fidelis (Always Faithful) and then know the Mystique and the kinship that is so strong, that these men and women are ready to die for one another. It all starts at Boot Camp and the D. I. And that is what this book is all about!
2000-07-21 By Frank Hernandez

Iwasthere tobe a truck driver. I wantedto bea truckdriver I'm not untrainable. I just don't kissass ortellon myself. Fuck Owens! Sgt. Menton told me he was a fair man and its up to me, if I get my licenseor not.

Author: Aetius D. Harris

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781499079111

Category: Fiction

Page: 330

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Columbus has made the transition from a teenager to becoming a man. Columbus did what he needed to do to overcome stressful situations. His love for his family didn’t let him activate his killing demon. He is faced with decisions of life progression. He learns you can’t outrun your past. When you do fuck shit, it’s always going to come back and bite you. He is trying to handle things that are out of his control. He has to discipline himself. He still keeps letting the hood creep out of him. He knows he got to get a handle on it. He has a handle on the stealing demon because he’s getting money. He’s learning how to make the right decisions instead of letting his emotions explode.
2014-11-26 By Aetius D. Harris

The two things are still there within me: the one hand that says, “Why the fuck should that truck driver make more ... I'd like to find twenty composer-performers who don't give a damn about their careers, who are willing to go off with ...

Author: Barney Childs

Publisher: University of Illinois Press

ISBN: 9780252052927

Category: Music

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In 1972-73, Barney Childs embarked on an ambitious attempt to survey the landscape of new American concert music. He recorded freewheeling conversations with fellow composers, most of them under forty, all of them important but most not yet famous. Though unable to publish the interviews in his lifetime, Childs had gathered invaluable dialogues with the likes of Robert Ashley, Olly Wilson, Harold Budd, Christian Wolff, and others. Virginia Anderson edits the first published collection of these conversations. She pairs each interview with a contextual essay by a contemporary expert that shows how the composer's discussion with Childs fits into his life and work. Together, the interviewees cover a broad range of ideas and concerns around topics like education, notation, developments in electronic music, changing demands on performers, and tonal music. Innovative and revealing, Interviews with American Composers is an artistic and historical snapshot of American music at an important crossroads.
2022-01-25 By Barney Childs

These had apparently intrigued his pal the truckdriver, who was also drunk. But when he mentioned that he knew Grant and that Grant had written The Song of Israphael, the truck driver had become ecstatic. ... “I don't give a fuck!

Author: James Jones

Publisher: Open Road Media

ISBN: 9781453215524

Category: Fiction

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A playwright vacationing in Jamaica becomes dangerously obsessed with deep-sea diving Ron Grant is one of the finest playwrights of his generation, second only to Tennessee Williams in pure genius. But success does not mean he feels like a man. On vacation in Jamaica with his mistress, an ice queen who considers him her personal trophy, his thoughts are back in New York City, with a beautiful young girl he met a few days before he left town. As the stress bears down on him, the brilliant playwright goes nearly to pieces before he finds his salvation under water. On his first deep-sea dive, Grant falls in love with the haunting beauty of the reef. He returns as soon as he can, staying longer and swimming deeper until all his problems seep away. But a man can’t breathe underwater forever—and his obsession will drive him to take increasing risks that will change his life forever. This ebook features an illustrated biography of James Jones including rare photos from the author’s estate.
2011-05-10 By James Jones