Posts made in November, 2016


Jack Garcia’s Book Recommendations


Posted By on Nov 30, 2016

Joaquin “Jack” Garcia is a New York Times Best Selling Author and retired FBI agent. Known as one of the most accomplished undercover agents in FBI history, Garcia worked 24 out of his 26 years as an undetected undercover special agent busting corruption in all forms including, Colombian and Mexican drug lords, National and International terrorists, corrupt politicians, corrupt policeman, Russian and Asian organized crime groups, and...

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Jay Dobyns Book Recommendations


Posted By on Nov 24, 2016

Jay Dobyns is a New York Times/International Best Selling Author , and public speaker. Jay’s book No Angel, documented his experience going under cover infiltrating the Hells Angels for the United States Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms Jay’s story is remarkable, for over 27 years he successfully infiltrated and brought down deadly criminals, illegal enterprises, operated among notoriously deadly gangs and gunrunning groups,...

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Henry Rollins Book Recommendations


Posted By on Nov 19, 2016

Embed from Getty Images Henry Rollins is a musician, author, actor, and comedian. Originally the frontman for the hardcore punk band Black Flag in the 1980’s, Rollins also formed the Rollins Band which toured from 1987 until 2003. Hosting multiple different radio stations, Rollins also acted in movies such as Heat, and Bad Boys 2, as well as hosting television shows such as The Henry Rollins show. As an author Rollins has written...

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Review: Social Media Is Bullshit


Posted By on Nov 8, 2016

Social Media Is Bullshit by B.J. Mendelson This book was a breath of fresh air. I’ve been engaged in what Brandon calls “The Asshole Based” economy the past couple of years, reading their blogs, reading their books, listening to their podcasts, watching their videos, etc. But anyone who has ever tried using social media for a small business or even just tried running a Facebook page, will quickly realize that what a...

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Review: A Clockwork Orange


Posted By on Nov 8, 2016

A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess This book was better than I expected it to be. When I hear the name “A clockwork orange” I typically think about the movie that everyone thought was disturbing or how all the stoners in high school had a copy of the book. But when I decided to actually read it I was surprised. The language in this book is intentionally hard to understand so it is worth sparknoting each chapter so you...

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