Just ... Think about It! (2nd Edn)

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By Peg Tittle

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A collection of think pieces on a variety of topics: the environment (the notion of garbage, who owns the water, climate change as entertainment, ... ), business (the limits of advertising, the notion of profit, ...), rights and responsibilities (making certain words illegal, a concept of noise trespass, ...), social issues (cultural anarchy, ... ), ethics (what's wrong with selling your organs, euthanasia, should parents need to be licensed, ...), education (the failure of ...), sports (drugs, competition, ...), religion (intelligent design, tax exemptions, ...), and so on.

An omnibus of the four Shit that Pisses Me Off volumes,* plus over a hundred additional pieces.

* minus the pieces that address sexism, which are anthologized in Sexist Shit that Pisses Me Off, along with a great many additional pieces.

Note that the 2nd edn includes almost all of the pieces in the 1st edn, plus more than eighty additional pieces. So ... if you've purchased the first edition of Just ... Think about It (or more than one volume of Shit that Pisses Me Off), contact me (through pegtittle.com), and I'll send you a copy of the second edition for free (because hey, you've already purchased much of it!). (Due to printing and postage costs, this offer applies only to the epub and pdf formats.)

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about Shit that Pisses Me Off

"... smart, witty essays that challenge the intellect ... her razor sharp words will slice and dice the cerebral jugular." Laura Salkin, thinkspin.com

"... It's all thought-provoking, and whether or not you end up agreeing with her conclusions, her essays make for fascinating reading." Erin O'Riordan

"Tittle's pieces are atypical of philosophical writing in the best ways: of interest to non-specialists, yet instructive and profound, yet entertaining." Ron Cooper, Professor of Philosophy
"... a passionate, stylistically-engaging writer ..." George, Amazon

Just ... Think about It! (2nd Edn)