Bad vs. Worse: The Ultimate Guide to Making Lose-Lose Decisions
Skim or whole milk? Aisle or window seat? Easy. Don Corleone or Darth Vader as your father? Not so much. Welcome to the pinnacle of lose-lose decision-making, courtesy of the bestselling author of The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook. In Bad vs. Worse, readers are presented with a series of impossible choices, as well as the facts, figures, stats, and tips they need to make a decision when the only choices are worse or "worser." Rats or Rambo? Neanderthals or ninjas? In Bad vs. Worse, readers will get to decide between a very big rock and a really hard place.
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From the author who brought us the best-sellingThe Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook and its several spin-offs comes this goof of a psychology book. Piven pits two equally bad options, people ... Read full review
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