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Never Buy a Car Alarm From a Dealership
The alarm that many buy in the F&I office is nothing more than a dealer profit device.
hyundai  caralarms  karr  alarms 
august 2017 by phubbard
An Interview with Brian Solis - X: The Experience When Business Meets Design 12/10 by Marketing Technology | Marketing Podcasts
Brian took time out of his business schedule as author, speaker, analyst and consultant to share with us his vision for this book and why it required 3.5 years from idea to execution. It's a fascinating conversation where Brian helps explain where we've been, where we are, and why businesses need to yield his advice on where to go next.
brian  solis  x  publicity  press  podcast  douglas  karr  business  experience  interview 
december 2015 by briansolis
MAYBORN: Mary Karr Q
Interview w/ Mary Karr ca. 2010 Mayborn: where real stories come alive
memoir  Karr_Mary  Mary_Karr  Karr  writing 
april 2012 by apushkal
Mama Went to Jail for the Vote: Kathleen Karr: Illustrated by Malene Laugesen - LIBRARY OF RESOURCES
Did you know that women in America have not always been allowed to vote? How do women today use their right to vote? "Mama Went to Jail for the Vote" tells the story of the woman suffrage movement from the perspective of a young girl named Susan Elizabeth.

This collection of resources is based upon the children's book, "Mama Went to Jail for the Vote," a selection of the Smithsonian's "Our Story" series (National Museum of American History) about the 19th Amendment, women's equality, and suffrage.
Masterpieces  Women's-History  Children's-Literature  National-Museum-of-American-History  American-History  Our-Story  Civil-Rights  Constitution  Folksongs  Karr  Laugesen  Library-of-Resources  Prisoners  Suffrage  Human-Rights 
january 2012 by TOPICS_William_Prante
Mary Karr: 2006 - Video
Speaker Biography: Mary Karr is the author of four volumes of poetry, including the most recent collection, "Sinners Welcome" (HarperCollins, 2006). Her poems and essays have won Pushcart prizes and have appeared in The New Yorker, The Atlantic and Parnassus. Her memoir, "The Liar's Club," was a New York Times best-seller for more than a year. The recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship for Poetry and the Whiting Award, she is the Peck Professor of English at Syracuse University and lives in New York City.

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