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Gunn's Golden Rules: Life's Little Lessons for Making It Work

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 29, 2013

    I really wish I could have my money back on this Nook purchase.

    I really wish I could have my money back on this Nook purchase.


    Tim Gunn obviously has issues...huge issues, which I guess he's trying to work thru. So content: He talks about 'take the high road' and then proceeds to bash people right and left...and sometimes he strikes down...like at a clerk or an assistant. That's not the high road. For the catty part: Isaac M has an ego. Well do tell...and that surprises whom? The editor of Vogue is a bit of a diva...again, this is a surprise? Martha Stewart is an odd, rich duck....who sometimes disappears when it's time to do donations. Again, telling us this is the high road? Bashing your mother/family because of their odd quirks...highroad? Implying your father was a closeted gay man who may or may not have had some sort of relationship with J Edgar Hoover...highroad? Then there's also the nasty little asides about the designers from Project Runway...as well as the scathing remarks about Parsons.
    So bottom line: do not buy this book. It's poorly written and does not illuminate the audience...at least not in a good way. If you like Tim Gunn you like Project Runway...reading this book will not make you like him more.

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    Posted June 2, 2011

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