Something in the Coffee

Something in the Coffee

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by Jan Tailor
     
 

When you work more than 100 hours in a week how would you stay away during your fifth night of graveyard shifts?

Overview

When you work more than 100 hours in a week how would you stay away during your fifth night of graveyard shifts?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940045004923
Publisher:
Jan Tailor
Publication date:
09/22/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
872,170
File size:
83 KB

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Meet the Author

Jan Tailor is a recluse living in bowels of Shaughnessy an affluent neighbourhood of Vancouver where the Crème del Crème live therefore there is no need for public transit to run through Shaughnessy. Jan is certain that there has already been a zombie apocalypse because zombies are creatures that do not think and eat the brains of those that do. To Jan it is very apparent this has been happening in society since Bush II’s first term. Jan tries to avoid society. Jan believe that society could be helped if it took some mushrooms but Jan has never been able to grow enough – Jan is a bit of a pig, rarely having enough for anyone else. So Jan tries to defend consciousness by writing. It has been said by a fool that the pen is mightier than the sword, Jan is a fool. The act of writing has nearly caused Jan to lose the plot and kill an editor. Jan insanity stem from dyslexia, the inability to incorporate English’s irrationalism from thought into writing. Jan believes there is some symmetry in being a dyslexic writer and being a Canucks fan.


The sentence Jan live by is: Searching for the strong argument in the instant of instinct.


Jan hobby is fishing and one of the few things Jan will rise during the day for.


Jan’s photo is of an orca off of Spanish Bank in Vancouver Harbour. The whales (87 of them) spoiled the fishing that day but reminded Jan people are natural too.

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