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01 January 1970 01:00

The Twelve Principles

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set of precepts designed to lead you directly to any lost object.

Independent Online Edition > This Britain

1. How to change a tyre (or a tire, for us yanks) 2. How to sleep 3. How to build a fire 4. How to shine shoes 5. How to make a martini (by Dale DeGroff, the ‘king of cocktails’) 6. How to apply lipstick 7. How to negotiate (by Donald Trump) 8. How to scramble eggs 9. How to hang a picture 10. How to ask for a raise or promotion 11. How to use chopsticks (by the CEO of PF Chang’s) 12. How to iron a shirt 13. How to shave (see also) 14. How to hit a tennis ball (by Jennifer Capriati) 15. How to listen (by Larry King) 16. How to ask someone out (by the president of 17. How to learn a foreign language (by the president of Berlitz) 18. How to shake hands 19. How to buy a diamond (but, please, give it a second thought) 20. How to conduct a background investigation (by a Watergate investigator)

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I get a third to double the amount out of my car using some of these techniques. (i.e. I fill up every second week, rather than every week)

Achieve-IT!: How to Take A Caffeine Nap

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"But what researchers found worked the best was a Caffeine Nap."<br /> <br /> The Caffeine Nap is simple. You drink a cup of coffee and immediately take a 15 minute nap.The recommendation was to nap only 15 minutes, no more or less and you must sleep immediately after the coffee.

Geek to Live: How to fix Mom and Dad's computer - Lifehacker

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hen demand the Good Offspring Award, because after all that, you’ll deserve it.

The Morning News - How to Write a Thank-You Note, by Leslie Harpold

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ability to write proper thank-you notes. Can you offer me some guidelines? –Helen<br /> <br /> Answer: I was wondering when you were going to ask that question, and frankly, I’m a little disappointed it took you so long. Somewhere in between your mom making you sit down with your Peanuts® stationery and you shooting off an email, you completely lost touch with the concept of simple thank-you notes. Now that you’re a grown-up, an email just won’t do, and more is expected of you than scratching out ‘Thanks for the present, you rock!’