Don't Quote Me, But: The Offset Manual for Survival in This Century by Avoiding 34% of Sexual Minefields and Social Timebombs

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iUniverse, Dec 1, 2002 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 228 pages
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Don't Quote Me, But is about tradition. It is about attitudes, mores, beliefs, behavior and pitfalls of society as seen through the eyes of Essdale Wilson. It is revealing humorous, thought provocing and leaves nothing to the imagination. There are no sacred cows, no pussy footing, no avoidance of delicate topics. You may disagree, express anger, develop topics further. You may lay the book down but you will return to it time and again as it stimulates your thinking while providing chuckles and insigh

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Wilson worked at Bethlehem Steel, a brick factory, gas station and farms before joining the Air Force. After his service discharge he went to SUNY Brockport, Ithaca College, Syracuse University and Cornell. He taught in the Binghamton area, at Suny Cortland and Broome Community College.

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