Henderson's House Rules: The Official Guide to Replacing the Toilet Paper and Other Domestic Topics of Great Dispute

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East Quincy Publishing, 2005 - Humor - 114 pages
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Henderson's House Rules is THE official rulebook for couples who share living space. Room by room, it takes an unflinching yet humorous look at those petty yet contentious domestic issues--from replacing the toilet paper to resealing a loaf of bread. With amusing illustrations and off-the-wall footnotes, the book offers authoritative rules to settle the debate over whose way is the right way. In a world where communication and compromise is king, only Henderson dares to say, "This is the rule."
 

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Co-author David E. O'Connor grew up in a family of seven in a three-bedroom, one-bath home (his first introduction to the challenges of shared living space). While serving in the U.S. Army as a young man, he lived with fellow soldiers for six months in barracks and for two-and-a-half years in an isolated seven-person station--which was, aside from its military function, essentially a two-bedroom, one-bath home surrounded by barbed wire.David has shared apartments and houses with various roommates; with his first wife and their child; a second wife; the second wife and the child from the first marriage; and, of course, he has lived alone.After earning a bachelor's degree in English and a master's degree in special education, he later went on to receive his doctorate in law. David is also a certified mediator. As an attorney he has represented landlords, tenants, accused murderers, wives, and husbands. He has published works on education, labor law, legislation, and criminal law, and he has also edited law journals and documents for state government and the United Nations. David is currently a freelance writer and editor in Bozeman, Montana.

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