Shifts

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iUniverse, Jun 2, 2011 - Fiction - 556 pages
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George Allen Stone—philosopher, pacifist, equalizer, survivalist, human being, and friend—is the kind of fellow everyone wants to know. He and his wife, Judy, share the ability to find the sunshine on the cloudiest days and to find the hope on the darkest day. George and Judy know that laughter is just as necessary as breathing, and they share that gift with everyone they meet. George is just a regular guy working a regular shift at a regular factory in the crazy, irreverent, no-rules, anything-goes (and is said) world of the early 1970s. It was a time when it was sometimes fashionable for the little head to do the thinking for the big head, a time when a woman was smart enough to let her husband think he actually ruled the roost, and an era when most people truly had enough common sense to really care and get involved with one another. Unlike the people around him, George knows the secret to happiness in any situation: a great sense of humor. As others around him are caught in some potentially sticky situations, George’s optimism allows him to sidestep most of these quagmires with hilarious results. George is one of those characters, that special person who can help make life’s journey a bit more bearable. Through his unique perspective on life, George helps everyone around laugh out loud, no matter what the world throws his way.
 

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