One More Trip

One More Trip
Author: Thom Wilder
Publsiher: Dog Ear Publishing
Total Pages: 208
Release: 2017-09-13
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
ISBN: 9781457556739

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Just as Minneapolis songwriter Jon Wayne’s music career is taking off in the summer of 2008, his life is falling apart. He’s homeless and begging on the streets, addicted to heroin, cocaine, alcohol and whatever other poison he’s putting into his body. He’ll overdose three times that summer before embarking on his seventh trip to rehab. As he begins his newfound sobriety on Sept. 14, 2008, he knows getting clean has to stick this time because it’s no longer a choice of whether or not to get high; it’s a choice of life or death. Growing up in bucolic Jamestown, North Dakota, Wayne enters rehab for the first time at 18 after a brief yet voracious dance with cocaine addiction. His struggles with addiction and sobriety will take him to Fargo, where he parties, delivers pizzas and attends chef school, and ultimately to Minneapolis, where he makes music – forming reggae band Jon Wayne and the Pain in 2006 – and discovers heroin, the answer to the ever-present voice in his head. One More Trip is one man’s story of survival and redemption set against the backdrop of a non-stop music career in a drug-prone work zone. Author Thom Wilder weaves the inspirational tale of Jon Wayne’s moment of truth in overcoming addiction, changing his life, correcting his mistakes and making amends.

One Last Trip

One Last Trip
Author: Lori Rinard Gambill
Publsiher: Page Publishing Inc
Total Pages: 289
Release: 2021-09-07
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 9781662441882

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Who was Sydney Rinard? God loves everyone. He does. But sometimes he sends someone to us who channels that love so well that their life revolves around sharing it. Not in fancy lights or productions. Just by being them. This book is about one such person. My dad, Sydney Rinard. He was an ordinary man. But he was an extraordinary man. Those who were lucky enough to know him already understand that. In his gentle, unpretentious ways, he touched so many lives. He would help anyone in need. Anyone. He was not a famous man. He did not walk the red carpet, win an MVP, or discover the newest scientific breakthrough. He was a son, husband, father, and grandfather. He was an engineer, a woodworker, a friend. He was humble as the day was long but affected so many others with his oversized heart and love for his creator. He loved everyone. And he was funny. Life made him laugh. He was truly happy. Why write a book about him? Sydney Rinard was the type of man that the world needs to know and emulate. As his only daughter, I felt it was not fair for me to keep him all to myself. He wanted to reach out to everyone before he died, so I am now giving all humankind this opportunity to get to know him and be his friend. This story follows his life and a final posthumous journey with me to the beautiful Rocky Mountains in Colorado that will touch your heartstrings. Does God have a favorite? No. But if he did, Sydney Rinard would make his short list.

Another Trip to the East Or a Winter s Tour in Egypt and the Holy Land

Another Trip to the East  Or  a Winter s Tour in Egypt and the Holy Land
Author: Wyardt
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 350
Release: 1854
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: BL:A0017680405

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Just Another Trip

Just Another Trip
Author: Martin Whittle
Publsiher: AuthorHouse
Total Pages: 274
Release: 2015-05-28
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9781504943154

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August 1943 and the Allies air war in Europe is not going well and losses are mounting. Matt White and the crew of Lancaster bomber M-Mother have become a close-knit team but as the battle intensifies, the raw brutality of the endless night operations has a devastating effect on them. This novel tells their story.

The Nature of Things Grand Canyon

The Nature of Things  Grand Canyon
Author: Brucie Hibma
Publsiher: Lulu.com
Total Pages: 108
Release: 2024
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 9781304493781

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Hearings

Hearings
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 1324
Release: 1945
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: UOM:39015018407042

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Cognitive Computing for Internet of Medical Things

Cognitive Computing for Internet of Medical Things
Author: A Prasanth,Lakshmi D,Rajesh Kumar Dhanaraj,Balamurugan Balusamy,Sherimon P C
Publsiher: CRC Press
Total Pages: 231
Release: 2022-12-23
Genre: Computers
ISBN: 9781000806007

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Cognitive Computing for Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) offers a complete assessment of the present scenario, role, challenges, technologies, and impact of IoMT-enabled smart healthcare systems. It contains chapters discussing various biomedical applications under the umbrella of the IoMT. Key Features Exploits the different prospects of cognitive computing techniques for the IoMT and smart healthcare applications Addresses the significance of IoMT and cognitive computing in the evolution of intelligent medical systems for biomedical applications Describes the different computing techniques of cognitive intelligent systems from a practical point of view: solving common life problems Explores the technologies and tools to utilize IoMT for the transformation and growth of healthcare systems Focuses on the economic, social, and environmental impact of IoMT-enabled smart healthcare systems This book is primarily aimed at graduates, researchers and academicians working in the area of development of the application of the of the application of the IoT in smart healthcare. Industry professionals will also find this book helpful.

Saving the Human Race

Saving the Human Race
Author: Robert W. Stach
Publsiher: Page Publishing Inc
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2016-03-11
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9781682895153

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The year is 2112 and scientists are predicting that in twenty years or so an ice age will develop, that will, in all probability, be an extinction level event (ELE). Six scientists from various scientific fields come together and are able to build a spaceship that is capable of traveling faster than the speed of light. They discover that this will allow them to travel back in time. Traveling essentially the speed of light allows them to travel forward in time. Using time travel, they go back to 2012 to try to convince people to change their ways and prevent this ELE from happening. Unfortunately, the people in that time period don’t believe them and the ice age is definitely coming. The six explorers search for an earth-like planet to which they can bring a number of people. They find a suitable planet more than two million light-years from earth. Is there time to find the appropriate individuals and transport them to this new planet before ice age engulfs the entire Earth?