Original web offer details & such: 2 books - $37.98 ($29.99 + $7.99 S&H). Includes: "Who Knew?" & "More Who Knew?" Sales tax: May Apply.
Working up at a casino boat, we often had time on our hands when people were busy getting gamed by the machines they were trying to game. During said downtimes we've had a tendency to read every sort of bathroom reader someone would bring in from their respective johns. Almanacs, quote books, Hemingway readers, sports magazines...Eventually one would come in with a tip book to help pass the time. One of those tips would inspire discussion for days and trigger an experiment or two.
The, "Who Knew," book series would have been perfect on those cold, snowy nights.
But, will we know what they ask if we knew?
Let's take a read...
The Who Knew? Series are practical solutions compiled together to help give readers domesticated solutions to help with everyday arisings. And for those who didn't think 400 pages is enough they send the second book, "More Who Knew?" - an additional 500 pages of fun goodness. From beauty to cooking to gardening, gas and grocery bills, and those little things that help make your home-making day a little brighter.
According to official product websites, the Who Knew? Books claim the following features and benefits:
- save money on bills
- simple shortcuts for life problems
- beauty secrets
- cooking secrets
- make money from home
Order Process: The issues were finding in regards to order process stem from the TV infomercial seen by Canadians who later found out they got charged extra shipping and handling. Canucks, be on alert: outside the continental US there's additional shipping charges. Another one had an issue of the product coming later than they expected .
Product Performance: Great question. There's so many factors to consider. The first would be the quality of the tip. The second would be the situation surrounding the person and the tip. The third would be the reader's attempt to execute the tip. Always make sure you do your homework before trusting anything read out of a book!
These types of books come out ever year. They're like a Farmer's Almanac except for the part where it doesn't give farming tips. But these types of books for coming up with left-field practical ideas
if that works
that helps broaden the imagination. If you're up for a read and you don't want to reread Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, you could do worse.
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