Charles Hall – UFO Chronicles: Area 51

UFO Chronicles is an unprecedented and uncensored series featuring the top authorities on the UFO enigma. Pilots, astronauts, government officials, military officials, medical experts, scientists, religious leaders, and more reveal in never before seen interviews the ramifications of the Alien Presence on planet Earth. Charles Hall was a weatherman at Dreamland aka Area 51 in Nevada from 1965 to 1967. During his duty at the installation, he experienced not only fully functional UFO’s but encountered human-like extraterrestrials known as the “Tall Whites”. Hall explains that not only do Aliens work alongside our government, but they work directly with the head of the military regarding issues of global importance. Upon retirement from the military, it took Sgt. Hall quite some time to come to terms with his encounters and write down his story which is entailed in a series of books entitled Millenial Hospitality. Charles is currently working as a Nuclear Physicist and Database Manager and lives with his wife in New Mexico.
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Allen Klein – TeacherLaughs: A Jollytologist Book: Quips, Quotes, and Anecdotes about the Classroom

TeacherLaughs is filled with hilarious and witty anecdotes about teaching and learning from the preschool classroom to the college lecture hall. These selections from comedians and notable personalities including Milton Berle, Ellen Degeneres, and Robin Williams, as well as less well-known teachers and students, tackle subjects like forgotten homework, students who misbehave, and the dreaded parent-teacher conference.
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John Grogan – Life Is Like a Sailboat

From John Grogan, author of the New York Times best sellers Bad Dogs Have More Fun, Marley and Me, and The Long Way Home, comes a new collection of more than 80 newspaper articles from The Philadelphia Inquirer written when he was a columnist there. In Life Is Like a Sailboat, John Grogan shows us all sides of the human condition pieces than reflect his unique understanding of the crazy-quilt world we inhabit.
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