Pissing

Stop Pissing Me Off: What to Do When the People You Work with Drive You Crazy (repost)

Stop Pissing Me Off: What to Do When the People You Work with Drive You Crazy by Lynne Eisaguirre
English | 2007 | ISBN-10: 1593375484 | 336 pages | PDF | 2,2 MB

This is a nitty-gritty, witty and concise book for anyone who is fed up with another person in any kind of work situation. This is a field guide for everyday people in the trenches at all levels of business who need to understand the underlying reasons for difficult people, manage those difficulties, work productively with a diverse work force, and transform work misery into productivity.
Stop Pissing Me Off: What to Do When the People You Work with Drive You Crazy

Lynne Eisaguirre, "Stop Pissing Me Off: What to Do When the People You Work with Drive You Crazy"
2007 | ISBN-10: 1593375484 | 336 pages | PDF | 12,7 MB

Tim Marquitz - Resurrection (Demon Squad)  

Posted by tarantoga at July 1, 2011
Tim Marquitz - Resurrection (Demon Squad)

Tim Marquitz - Resurrection (Demon Squad)
Publisher: Damnation Books, LLC | ISBN: 1615723986 | June 1, 2011 | EPUB | 182 pages | 1 Mb
Genre: horror

Armageddon averted, the world returns to business as usual. Unfortunately for Frank "Triggaltheron" Trigg, business as usual sucks. His night out interrupted by a horde of kidnapping zombies, what could possibly be worse? The resurrection of the Anti-Christ, that's what. Caught in the middle of a supernatural pissing match between the Devil's wife, a legion of undead, and an overachieving necromancer, Frank must survive long enough to stop Hell from being unleashed upon humanity; Again.

Stephen Chow - The God of Cookery 1996 [Dual Audio]  

Posted by duochon at Aug. 1, 2007
Stephen Chow - The God of Cookery 1996 [Dual Audio]

The God of Cookery
Cantonese Chinese | Subtitle:Chinese | 1h:00 | XVid 576x320 | 128 kbps mp3 | 23 fps | 780 MB

Stephen Chow is “Sik San,” the self-styled God of Cookery, an arrogant restaurateur who uses his image to launch substandard restaurants and poor quality instant food. He loses it all when he’s betrayed by his employees Ng Man-Tat (unrecognizable with white hair and sans moustache) and Vincent Kok, who becomes the new God of Cookery. At his wits end, Chow lands on Temple Street where he’s saved by the ugly Sister Turkey (Karen Mok), who uses her triad to help him regain his self-respect. They launch a small business marketing Chow’s new “Explosive Pissing Beef Balls.” Eventually, Chow must challenge Kok to regain his title, but not before he heads to Mainland China to learn the cooking fundamentals that he’s sorely lacking. God of Cookery parodies other cooking comedies like The Chinese Feast, as well as giving us the usual Chow themes, i.e. arrogant big shot falls from grace and achieves redemption. As Sik San, Chow doesn’t even have to sweat. He’s played this character time and time again. That said, he does it extremely well and Karen Mok is very good as the ugly Sister Turkey. The ending goes a bit astray, but that’s the only real complaint. A bit more stylishly told than Chow and Lee Lik-Chi’s earlier efforts (a lot of temporal shifting and narrative hijinks go on), this film doesn’t disappoint. It’s a mishmash of all the familiar Chow elements, and darn near perfect as Chow films go.