“USER’S MANUAL FOR THE HUMAN EXPERIENCE” Chapter 6 – From Netiquette to Restraining Orders

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A between-episodes treat from the Freedom Feens Podcast. Chapter 6 – From Netiquette to Restraining Orders, A USER’S MANUAL FOR THE HUMAN EXPERIENCE, Audio book read by the author, Michael W. Dean.

Examples of different tactics when dealing with good people, weenies, Serenity Vampires, and people from hell. Here we show you actual examples from the author’s life (because this IS a teaching hospital!) on blocking and sidestepping the good, the bad, the ugly, and the criminal. We take you step by step, showing you what happened, what was done right, and what we would have done differently had we known what we know now. Each of the seven examples are in order of increasing hellishness, and you’ll learn how to diffuse and avoid, including showing you which Cooper Code color level was involved.

Michael W. Dean’s groundbreaking 2009 libertarian self-help book, A USER’S MANUAL FOR THE HUMAN EXPERIENCE (GET THE PAPERBACK OF THE BOOK on Amazon, HERE.)

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0 Responses to “USER’S MANUAL FOR THE HUMAN EXPERIENCE” Chapter 6 – From Netiquette to Restraining Orders

  1. Hesperus says:

    Boy that was wild, one thing about restraining orders though. From my experience, which sadly is quite a bit, they are more a legal tool than anything else. When a person has gone so bug nuts that a restraining order is needed generally a piece of paper will not stop their machinations. They are handy in civil and criminal cases against reasonable people though.

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