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When Badger And His Friends Find A Rope, A Basket, And A Piece Of Cloth In The Woods, They Are Quick To Think Of Some Brilliant Ways Of Recycling Them. But Then They Discover A Mole Stuck In A Tree Who Needs Their Help. Can Badger Come Up With A Clever Plan To Rescue Their New Friend In Need?
Folksong Arrangements UPBEAT JAZZ
1. (A) Anti-confederation Song -(b) Lukey's Boat/a Great Big Sea Hove In Long Beach 2. (C) The Bonny Banks Of Virgie-o 3. (D) The Blooming Bright Star Of Belle Isle - (E) Anti-confederation Song -(f) The Badger Drive 4. (G) I'se The B'y That Builds The Boat/we'll Rant And We'll Roar/kelligrew's Soiree 5. (H) The Squid Jiggin' Ground/squarin' Up Time 6. (I) Anti-confederation/jack Was Every Inch A Sailor 7. Donkey Riding 8. Auction Block 9. Pull On The Oars 10. An Eskimo Lullaby 11. Kelliygrew's Soiree 12. Lukey's Boat 13. The Shepherdess' Carol 14. The Cherry-tree Carol 15. The Huron Carol 16. Lullaby 17. The Plea Of The Miller 18. David Of The White Rock 19. A Lullaby 20. Robin Redbreast 21. Blue Christmas 22. Pianoman 23. (A) Early One Morning - (B) Booby Shafto 24. (C) O, Waly, Waly - (D) Early One Morning/what Shall We Do With Drunken Sailor? 25. (E) There Is A Tavern In The Town
Confidence tricks Books on Demand
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 61. Chapters: Confidence trick, Pyramid scheme, Ponzi scheme, Cold reading, List of confidence tricks, List of Ponzi schemes, White van speaker scam, Strip search prank call scam, Great Reality TV Swindle, Enzyte, Hongcheng Magic Liquid, Three-card Monte, Art student scam, Work-at-home scheme, Miracle cars scam, Scams in intellectual property, Fortune telling fraud, Hustling, Black money scam, Shell game, E-mail fraud, Pig in a poke, Clip joint, Reloading scam, Hot reading, Television Preview, Spanish Prisoner, Mock auction, Thai gem scam, List of e-mail scams, Moving scam, Shyster, Vanity gallery, Slavery reparations scam, Badger game, Patent safe, BioPerformance, Coin rolling scams, Children of Lieutenant Schmidt, El Gordo de la Primitiva Lottery International Promotions Programmes, Flim-Flam! Psychics, ESP, Unicorns, and Other Delusions, Cramming, Embarrassing cheque, Thai tailor scam, The switch, Green goods scam, Pigeon drop, Sucker list, Bogus escrow, Fiddle game, Azeztulite, Welsh Thrasher faith scam, Kansas City Shuffle, Thai zig zag scam, Bride scam, Drop swindle, Salting, Sandbagging. Excerpt: This list of confidence tricks and scams should not be considered complete, but covers the most common examples. Confidence tricks and scams are difficult to classify, because they change often and often contain elements of more than one type. Throughout this list, the perpetrator of the confidence trick is called the con artist or simply artist , and the intended victim is the mark . Get-rich-quick schemes are extremely varied; these include fake franchises, real estate sure things , get-rich-quick books, wealth-building seminars, self-help gurus, sure-fire inventions, useless products, chain letters, fortune tellers, quack doctors, miracle pharmaceuticals, Nigerian money scams, charms and talismans. Variations include the pyramid scheme, the Ponzi scheme, and the Matrix sale. Count Victor Lustig sold the money-printing machine which he claimed could copy $100 bills. The client, sensing huge profits, would buy the machines for a high price (usually over $30,000). Over the next twelve hours, the machine would produce just two more $100 bills, but after that it produced only blank paper, as its supply of hidden $100 bills would have become exhausted. This type of scheme is also called the money box scheme. Salting or salting the mine are terms for a scam in which gemstones or gold ore are planted in a mine or on the landscape, duping the greedy mark into purchasing shares in a worthless or non-existent mining company. During gold rushes, scammers would load shotguns with gold dust and shoot into the sides of the mine to give the appearance of a rich ore, thus salting the mine . Examples include the diamond hoax of 1872 and the Bre-X gold fraud of the mid-1990s. This trick was popularized in the HBO series Deadwood, when Al Swearingen and E. B. Farnum trick Brom Garret into believing gold is to be found on the claim Swearingen intends to sell him. The Spanish Prisoner scam and its modern variant, the advance-fee fraud or Nigerian scam take advantage of t
Life at the Zoo Columbia University Press
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Please Do Not Annoy, torment, pester, plague, molest, worry, badger, harry, persecute, irk, bullyrag, vex, disquiet, grate, beset, bother, tease, nettle, tantalize or ruffle the Animals. -- sign at zoo Since the early days of traveling menageries and staged attractions that included animal acts, balloon ascents, and pyrotechnic displays, zoos have come a long way. The Menagerie du Jardin des Plantes in Paris, founded in 1793, didn't offer its great apes lessons in parenting or perform dental surgery on leopards. Certainly the introduction of veterinary care in the nineteenth century -- and its gradual integration into the twentieth -- has had much to do with this. Today, we expect more of zoos as animal welfare concerns have escalated along with steady advances in science, medicine, and technology. Life at the Zoo is an eminent zoo veterinarian's personal account of the challenges presented by the evolution of zoos and the expectations of their visitors. Based on fifteen years of work at the world-famous San Diego Zoo, this charming book reveals the hazards and rewards of running a modern zoo. Zoos exist outside of the "natural" order in which the worlds of humans and myriad exotic animals would rarely, if ever, collide. But this unlikely encounter is precisely why today's zoos remain the sites of much humor, confusion, and, occasionally, danger. This book abounds with insights on wildlife (foulmouthed parrots, gum-chewing chimps, stinky flamingoes), human behavior (the fierce competition for zookeeper jobs, the well-worn shtick of tour guides), and the casualties -- both animal and human -- of ignorance and carelessness. Phillip Robinson shows how animal exhibits are developed and how illnesses are detected and describes the perils of working around dangerous creatures. From escaping the affections of a leopard that thought he was a lap cat to training a gorilla to hold her newborn baby gently (instead of scrubbing the floor with it) and from operating on an anesthetized elephant ("I had the insecure sensation of working under a large dump truck with a wobbly support jack") to figuring out why a zoo's polar bears were turning green in color, Life at the Zoo tells irresistible stories about zoo animals and zoo people.
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