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Sam Holmes Holmes itibaren Tombuluan, Tombulu, Minahasa Regency, North Sulawesi, Endonezya itibaren Tombuluan, Tombulu, Minahasa Regency, North Sulawesi, Endonezya

Okuyucu Sam Holmes Holmes itibaren Tombuluan, Tombulu, Minahasa Regency, North Sulawesi, Endonezya

Sam Holmes Holmes itibaren Tombuluan, Tombulu, Minahasa Regency, North Sulawesi, Endonezya

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İlginç, şüpheli ve iyi yazılmış.

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Bu kitap, ABD dış politikasının gerçekte ne olduğunu anlamama yardımcı oldu. Liderlerimiz dünyanın herhangi bir aptalca nedenden dolayı üzüldüğünü düşünmemizi sağlayacaktı, ancak bu kitap 5. özgürlüğü ve dünyanın geri kalanında ne yaptığımızı açıklıyor. Keşke okumaya ihtiyaç duysaydı.

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Daha ne söylenebilir? Etkileyici klasik Amerikan felsefesi, doğal dünyanın dokusu ile vaaz verdi.

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I thought this author made a good point about our society not drinking enough water and drinking too many other unnecessary drinks. I think, though, he may have taken his point too far. He seems to believe water can cure just about anything and I think that is a stretch. I just can't believe that all medical conditions are caused by dehydration. I was disappointed that he doesn't recognize the merits of drinking milk, particularly for women and children. At one point in the book, he mentions something to the effect of water should be the only beverage children drink. Some of his arguments didn't jive with me, either. For example, he says that the sun doesn't cause skin cancer. His argument in support was that he played tennis for 3 hours a day in the sun for years and he didn't get skin cancer. Overall, the book was enlightening and a good reminder to drink plenty of water and not to replace it with pop, juice, etc. Oh, and yes, I have been drinking the amount of water he recommends daily for 2 years now... unfortunately, no improvement in any of my health conditions. (Of course, based on this book, he might recommend I increase my salt intake)...

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This had a fun yet different viewpoint on pride and prejudice.