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Stick It to the Man: How to Skirt the Law, Scam Your Enemies, and Screw Big, Fat, Stupid, Lazy Corporations...for Fun and Profit!by Ronald Lewis
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Finally, a brilliant guide to outwitting and outplaying the lopsided world of the law and power. Lemon computer? Learn how to make them take it back and give you a brand new, better, faster computer instead. Got a speeding ticket? Learn how to get out, fast. Tired of fighting with the cable company over incorrect charges on your bills? Learn how to get them to reverse all the charges in question . . . and get additional credits, instead. Big box stores seem like big busts? How to get the most from them. Want to screw the airlines—just like they've been screwing you for years? And much, much more. Don't bother fastening your seatbelt—that law is for girly-men—but hold on for this exciting read!
It's Tony Soprano meets Steal this Book . . . with you coming out on top every time!
A brilliant guide to navigating the world of law and power. Got a speeding ticket? Here"s how to get out of paying for it, and assuring how you never get another one. Need cable television but can"t afford it? Use your neighbor"s'"here"s how. Are you sick of big corporations using your favorite baseball teams to advertise? Gregg Stebbens, author of Stick it to the Man, isn"t going to tell you to write a letter to your senator. He"s going to tell you how to storm the field. How much pot can you have without being arrested? Can you hide your income from the pesky IRS? Don"t bother fastening your seatbelt'"that law is for girly-men'"but hold on, as Stick it to the Manmakes for an exciting read!
About the Author
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 a outspoken critic of the Federal Reserve Banking System.
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