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Aspiring rock singer Jack Frost (Michael Keaton) has been struggling for years to make it big, often missing out on time with wife Gabby (Kelly Preston) and son Charlie (Joseph Cross) along the way. While driving to a music mogul's party one wintry evening, Jack realizes that his family is more important than his career, and turns his car around - only to plunge to his death when he swerves off the road in a blizzard! One year on, an angry and depressed Charlie is still mourning for his father. Deciding to make a snowman in the garden (one of the few activities Jack always found time for), Charlie gives it his dad's old scarf - only for the snowman to come to life as a reincarnated Jack. Determined to compensate for the mistakes he made in his lifetime, the new, snow-based Jack sets out to be the kind of father Charlie always wanted.
This book contains 65 years of incredible memories, 65 years of American history, 65 years of being a teenager. In this book you will travel back in time to the 1950's, 60's, 70's, 80's, 90's and the beginning of the 21st century. You will see the highlights of history come alive. Through the author's eyes you will see what happened in America and you will see, as a result, why America is where it is today. In this book you will follow the adventures of America, and an American teenager, a 65-year-old teenager. This book is not only enlightening, enjoyable, and enriching, it's a lot of fun Want to learn the secrets of getting old and staying young? Read this book "The 65-Year-Old Teenager is a very interesting, intriguing, illuminating book. WOW "
For actors, writers, directors or others who want to be in show business. Learn how the entertainment business really works. Learn how to break into showbiz. For ages 18 and up.
Want a better life, a life with more meaning and fulfillment? A life that fits YOU? Read Life Changers. And learn 10 true secrets that will change your life Learn the real truth about how life works. Learning and applying the 10 true secrets of life is simple, easy and fast. Can it work for you? Yes Life Changers: 10 true secrets that can change your life ... is amazing The truth shall set you free.
Wall Street made simple. An insightful inside look at what Wall Street is all about; why it exists, what it does, and what it means to YOUR life. This book provides fascinating and enlightening insights into the real Wall Street, from someone who knows - from someone who was an actual trader on Wall Street. Wall Street - The Real Deal is easy to read, easy to understand, priceless yet inexpensive A must-read book for anyone who wants a basic understanding of Wall Street. This book is the real deal
What every CEO, senior executive, business owner, financial professional and serious investor needs to know n-o-w.
An insightful imaginative look at the soul - and sex. This book provides fascinating and enlightening insights into the age old mystery of the soul ... and introduces a whole new level of sex - soul sex. The ultimate pleasure. Includes soul sex instructions - what it is, how to do it.
This little book reveals big secrets of a happy and productive retirement, including what to do all day, what to do about your health and wealth, and is 70 the new 50? A must-read for every senior citizen in America For ages 55 and up,
The economic, political and social future of America - and you - from today to 2020 What is America's future under far-left liberalism? What is YOUR future? What will happen? How will it affect you? What does the future look like? Will you like your future? Can the future be changed? How? The author was professionally trained to forecast the financial, economic and political future of America and, in writing "Glimmers Of Hope," he calls on more than 30 years of skills, knowledge and experience. What's in YOUR future? Like the rest of us, you'll have to wait and see. In the meantime, if you want a preview of your future under far-left liberalism, read "Glimmers Of Hope." - "This book is right on the money " - "The book liberals love to hate" What's In YOUR Future? Find Out Today P.S. If you're a left-wing liberal you will no doubt hate this book and will probably leave a highly negative and unintelligible review (see below)
Not your typical book about money. This book is easy-to-understand, enjoyable, and filled with valuable real-world knowledge you can actually use. Geared to Americans, 18-80, who want to be more money savvy.
This book provides a succinct overview of the evolution of policies addressing energy and climate justice in South Africa. Drawing on a range of analytical perspectives, including socio-technical studies, just transitions, and critical political economy, it explains why South Africa's energy transition from a coal-dependent, centralised power generation and distribution system has been so slow, and reveals the types of socio-political inequalities that persist across regimes and energy sources. Topics explored include critical approaches to the South African state and its state-owned energy provider, Eskom; the political ecologies of coal and water; the politics of non-renewable energy alternatives; as well as the trajectory and fate of the Renewable Energy Independent Power Producers Procurement Programme (REIPPPP), the country's major renewable energy policy. The book concludes with reflections on alternative, neglected energy and development paths, suggesting how the political economy of South Africa's energy system could be further transformed for the better.
The debate between feminist and evolutionary scholars about sexual violence has resulted in polarized ideas about whether sex offenders' motives are sexual, nonsexual, or both. Spivak examines the history of this controversy, and then evaluates national victim survey and police data to test hypotheses about victim-targeting in rape incidents. The primary question is whether offenders preferentially select victims based on youth, or more indiscriminately based on convenience and proximity, examining the age distribution of victims and offenders across relationships and other measures of routine activity. Results reveal that offenders may be more sexually motivated than implied by some feminist assertions, since they appear to specifically target younger victims, but these facts are explainable within a criminological framework that does not require a direct evolutionary adaptation.
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