The Barn Special Edition

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MBI Publishing Company LLC, 2002 - Barns - 96 pages
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The Astro-guide that no worker should be without!
At last! A no-nonsense astrology book that explains why all bosses are such complete and utter bastards. Learn why Cancerian bosses never mean what they say, and why Capricorn bosses will never invite you round for dinner. Discover why Scorpio bosses all think you want their jobs, and why working for a Sagittarius can result in falling out of a helicopter into a pile of manure. Find out why Aquarius bosses all want to save the world (so long as it doesn't cost them any money), and why Pisces bosses are contradictions in terms.
Ever wondered why your boss ignores all your ideas? Maybe he's a Taurus and can't stand anything new. Maybe he's a Virgo and too busy compiling the week's to-do lists. Or maybe he's a Gemini and never shows up to work in the first place.
Bosstrology is a tax-deductible reference tool that should be in every office, shop, farm, orchard, or construction site.
Essential reading for disgruntled employees!

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The Origin of American Barns
The Influence of Northern Europe

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About the author (2002)

Randy Leffingwell creates pictorial books on automobiles, motorcycles, and farm vehicles. Titles include Porsche Legends, Mustang, Caterpillar, American Farm Tractor, and Harley-Davidson: Myth and Mystique. Before devoting his work time to creating illustrated books on vehicles, Leffingwell was an associate editor with AutoWeek Magazine and a staff photographer for the Los Angeles Times. In creating his pictorial books, Leffingwell travels nationwide, researching and photographing intriguing road and farm vehicles. He has interviewed many vehicle designers, spoken with museum specialists, and visited many factories, in his efforts to create detailed books. For example, he searched through hundreds of old Henry Ford Museum boxes and hired researchers in order to obtain facts on Ford tractors. Randy Leffingwell's photograph composition background and historical research have contributed to literature on the history of American transportation.

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