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The Complete Idiot's Guide to Disaster Preparedness

Ready for anything.

Both natural and man-made disasters seem to occur with greater frequency. While these disasters can be devastating, the vast majority of casualties are caused by a lack of preparation. The Complete Idiot's Guide(r) to Disaster Preparedness teaches readers the right steps to prepare the home or office for a disaster, and about issues relating to insurance, evacuation plans, and building an emergency to-go pack…

Submitted:Nov 11, 2008
Author:DO, Dr. Maurice A. Ramirez
Total comments:1
Category:Health, Mind & Body
2 diggs • 1 comment • Nov 11, 2008

The Complete Idiot's Guide to Disaster Preparedness

Now available for pre-purchase on at 32% off: The Complete Idiot's Guide to Disaster Preparedness (Paperback)by Dr. Maurice A. Ramirez (Author), John Hedtke (Author)


The Complete Idiot's Guide to Christianity

A comprehensive and objective overview of the Christian religion analyzes the differences among diverse Christian denominations and discusses diverse theological ideas and movements that mark Christianity in the twenty-first century. Original. 17,500 first printing…

Submitted:Oct 26, 2008
Author:Jeffrey B. Webb
Total comments:0
Category:Christian Living
2 diggs • 0 comments • Oct 26, 2008

Oh, the irony...

The book title pretty much speaks for itself.


The Complete Idiot's Guide to Understanding Intelligent Design

An objective overview of the biggest controversy in American education…

Submitted:Dec 3, 2007
Author:Christopher Carlisle
Total comments:3
Category:Artificial Intelligence
14 diggs • 3 comments • Dec 3, 2007

Behold the world's most redundant book title



The Complete Idiot's Guide to Evangelical Christianity

The word on spreading the word …

The Evangelical Christian movement is the fastest growing segment of American religion with 42% of all Christians in America identifying themselves as Evangelicals. Now, Evangelical Pastor David Cobia shares the genesis, history, and culture of this religion in America with a balanced, accessible tone. He also touches upon the controversies it’s spawned regarding such topics as school curriculum, abortion, gay rights, and family structure. Written both for those inside the movement and those wanting to know more, it gives a clear, factual portrait of what this growing Christian movement is all about…

Submitted:Jun 19, 2007
Author:D, Min., David Cobia
Total comments:2
7 diggs • 2 comments • Jun 19, 2007

Oh, the Irony. It burns.

Yup, it's a Christianity thing.