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  • I thought it was kind of funny that the chicken police came in and seized the shipment.It was actually the SPCA, who confiscated the colorful chicks at the Johnston Post Office Friday morning.They come from Texas from a poultry farm in Texas, delivered to the Johnston Post Office. A person that owns a pet store in Johnston ordered them.We were gonna order some chicks the kids and to replenish our stock, and we chose to go with the colored ones that look cute.So you ordered the chicks personal use, not to sell from the store?Yeah. You know, You don't make poultry in exotic. It doesn't work out.But what Pure Paradise Pets store owner Domenic Parisella claims he didn't know was that Rhode Island law prohibits anyone from possessing dyed poultry.I had no idea that there was a ban on dyed chickens. Had I’d known, I would stay away from it.But Parisella said he had no reason to think there will be any problems since neither the dyeing process nor the dye is harmful to the chicks.It's a full grain dye. That's not gonna hurt. It doesn't, even if it goes in eyes or mouth, whatever. It's no different than the food coloring that you get on your average birthday cake.But it's enough to detour the 8 chicks, and leave everyone wondering: what will happen next?Right now I am in the darkness to what's going to happen to them.If they find their way back to me, that will be great 'cause I got probably about 8 little kids that are looking ward to having some multi-colored chickens that they won’t have. But, you know, it is what it is.SPCA: Society the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals 1399。
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  • Influence 影响力精点评A Superb Text About Influence(M. A Netzley)As I sit here and write,I wonder why I did not draft this review long bee now.I Cialdini's book about five years agoand have been hooked ever since.It is simply a superb book about influence.Cialdini believes that influence is a science.This idea attracted me.As a rhetorician,I have always thought of persuasion as more of an art.Cialdini, however,makes a first-rate case the science point of view.But maybe most importantly,he makes his case in a well-written, intelligent,and entertaining manner.Not only is this an important book to ,it is a fun book to too.讲解逐句对照As I sit here and write,I wonder why I did not draft this review long bee now.I Cialdini's book about five years agoand have been hooked ever since.It is simply a superb book about influence.Cialdini believes that influence is a science.This idea attracted me.As a rhetorician,I have always thought of persuasion as more of an art.Cialdini, however,makes a first-rate case the science point of view.But maybe most importantly,he makes his case in a well-written, intelligent,and entertaining manner.Not only is this an important book to ,it is a fun book to too.多学一点hook 钩子hooked 钩住了,被迷住了A novel that hooked me on the very first page.hitch 钩子get hitched 结婚He got hitched last month.ever sinceShe left school three year agoand have work as a nurse ever since.not only 不但not only…but alsonot onlyNot only did they give us money, but also helped us a lot.musicHe introduces you to six principles of ethical persuasion:reciprocity, scarcity, liking, authority, social proof,and commitment consistency.A chapter is devoted to eachand you quickly see why Cialdini looks at influenceas a science.Each principle is backedby social scientific testing and retesting.Each chapter is also filled with interesting examplesthat help you see how each principle can be applied.By the end of the book, I had little doubtthat these are six important dimensions of human interaction.讲解逐句对照He introduces you to six principles of ethical persuasion:reciprocity, scarcity, liking, authority, social proof,and commitment consistency.A chapter is devoted to eachand you quickly see why Cialdini looks at influenceas a science.Each principle is backedby social scientific testing and retesting.Each chapter is also filled with interesting examplesthat help you see how each principle can be applied.By the end of the book, I had little doubtthat these are six important dimensions of human interaction.多学一点be devoted todevote 献身,专心于tobe devoted to devote oneself toNurses devote themselves to the care of the sick.Nurses are devoted to the care of the sick.be dedicated toHe is dedicated to his studies.musicI highly recommend this book to all professionals.It does not matter if you are a manager,sales person, pastor, or non-profit volunteer.The ideas in this book, once applied,will make it easier you to accomplish your goals.In a featuring the author,Professor Cialdini even goes so far as to promisethat these principles can help youinfluence the most resistant of all audiences--your children.With a claim like that, who wouldn't be intrigued?My advice is to this sooner rather than later.You will be quite glad you did.讲解逐句对照I highly recommend this book to all professionals.It does not matter if you are a manager,sales person, pastor, or non-profit volunteer.The ideas in this book, once applied,will make it easier you to accomplish your goals.In a featuring the author,Professor Cialdini even goes so far as to promisethat these principles can help youinfluence the most resistant of all audiences--your children.With a claim like that, who wouldn't be intrigued?My advice is to this sooner rather than later.You will be quite glad you did.多学一点non-not非,不non-automatic 非自动的non-White 非白种的non-swimmer 不会游泳的人NFO non-profit organization 非营利性组织NGO Non-governmental Organization 非政府组织rather than 而不是He is a teacher rather than a writer.You, rather than she, are my guest.原音重现A Superb Text About Influence(M. A Netzley)As I sit here and write,I wonder why I did not draft this review long bee now.I Cialdini's book about five years agoand have been hooked ever since.It is simply a superb book about influence.Cialdini believes that influence is a science.This idea attracted me.As a rhetorician,I have always thought of persuasion as more of an art.Cialdini, however,makes a first-rate case the science point of view.But maybe most importantly,he makes his case in a well-written, intelligent,and entertaining manner.Not only is this an important book to ,it is a fun book to too.He introduces you to six principles of ethical persuasion:reciprocity, scarcity, liking, authority, social proof,and commitment consistency.A chapter is devoted to eachand you quickly see why Cialdini looks at influenceas a science.Each principle is backedby social scientific testing and retesting.Each chapter is also filled with interesting examplesthat help you see how each principle can be applied.By the end of the book, I had little doubtthat these are six important dimensions of human interaction.I highly recommend this book to all professionals.It does not matter if you are a manager,sales person, pastor, or non-profit volunteer.The ideas in this book, once applied,will make it easier you to accomplish your goals.In a featuring the author,Professor Cialdini even goes so far as to promisethat these principles can help youinfluence the most resistant of all audiences--your children.With a claim like that, who wouldn't be intrigued?My advice is to this sooner rather than later.You will be quite glad you did.中国人民大学出版社出版日期:-5页数:353知行提示 9368。
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