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The Totally Unscientific Study of the Search for Human Happiness Paula Poundstone The Totally Unscientific Study of the Search for Human Happiness .txt download
Customer Reviews Average Review: Write a Review Post to your social network Most Helpful Customer Reviews See all customer reviews The Totally Unscientific Study of the Search for Human Happiness 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratingsBack Careers at NPR Search Jobs Culture Applying Interns Fellows Digital I hope the descriptions and stories in the book are exaggerated because otherwise - oh boy.All the experiments were all about getting something for her (me me me me) and I think that at times the me me me me got in the way of obtaining happiness in most of these experiments.more flag Like see review PG-13: Risky Reads You Must Read This Summer Books Best Books of the Year Uh-oh, it looks like your Internet Explorer is out of dateI got another cat.” —Lily Tomlin “Paula Poundstone is the funniest human being I have ever known.”—Peter Sagal, host of Wait Wait Even if you aren't thinking that stalking Paula would make a good life choice, you won't regret reading this bookI actually finished this last night before going to bed so I could laugh with abandonFeb 27, 2017 Brandi rated it it was amazing I couldn't help but be sucked in by this bookThe experiments are varied and honestPG-13: Risky Reads You Must Read This Summer Books Best Books of the Year O’Rourke "If you haven't met Paula Poundstone, I highly recommend that you get to know her nowJun 23, 2017 Valeska rated it really liked it Shelves: non-fiction This is a very delightful and quick summer readInstead, this read more as a semi-sarcastic memoir about her and her family as she searches for the things in life that make her happyJun 07, 2017 Cora rated it really liked it Shelves: humor, memoir, early-reviewer, location-tor In this humorous memoir, Paula Poundstone examines what leads to happinessThe queen of the skepticism-fueled rant, Paula Poundstone stands alone in her talent for bursting bubbles and slaying sacred cowsWhich is fine, except this is a book about happiness and not childrenI was snorting occasionally at some of her jokes.This witty human loves Harry Potter as much as we all doshe has cats named Sirius and Tonks! The occasional Potter-related jokes had me cackling while reading the book I liked reading this book despite not having previous knowledge of Paula PoundstoneAnd of course, nothing new: Do things in life that make you happy.Read this if you're a fan of Paula Poundstone the comedian and don't get offended when she talks about how much her schools and teachers suck(As can having too many cats.) Paula brings her engaging sense of humor to the search for what every human seeks: happinessPaula is a human in the most genuine way, and her writing is addictiveI myself like to set myself goals but I really have to push myself if it means having to face a new group of people alone or join classes etc (to sum it up - to have any normal human interaction)flag Like see review 48a4f088c3