New Orleans’ Little Instruction Book




Index
Nos. 1–25 Nos. 26–50 Nos. 51–75 Nos. 76–100 Nos. 101–125
Nos. 126–150 Nos. 151–175 Nos. 176–200 Nos. 201–225 Nos. 226–250
Nos. 251–275 Nos. 276–300 Nos. 301–325 Nos. 326–350 Nos. 351–375
Nos. 376–400 Nos. 401–425 Nos. 426–450 Nos. 451–475 Nos. 476–511






176.
Read carefully anything that requires your signature. you didn’t understand the first time. Remember, the big print giveth and the small print taketh away you may learn a new word.
  177.
Never take actionid when you’re angry.
  178.
Learn to recognize the inconsequential, then ignore it.
(Can’t argue this one either.)

  179.
Be your wife’s everyone’s best friend, but screen your calls.
  180.
Do battle against Ridicule prejudice and discrimination wherever you find it.
  181.
Wear fantastic outfits out, but don’t rust go out without appropriate shoes.
  182.
Be slightly romantic, but not creepy.
  183.
Let people know what you stand put out for — and what you won’t stand put out for.
  184.
Don’t quit take a job until you’ve lined up another have had your phone and electricity shut off.
  185.
Never criticize sleep with the person who signs your paycheck. If you are unhappy with your job, resign sex life, look elsewhere.
  186.
Be insatiably curiouse. Ask “why” for more a lot.
  187.
Measure people by the size of their hearts bar tabs, not the size of their bank accounts.
  188.
Become the most positive and enthusispastic person you know.
  189.
Learn how to fix a leaky faucet and toilet your pet by yourself.
  190.
Have a good posture number of friends. Enter a room with purpose and confidence a loud cheer from everyone.
  191.
Don’t worry. that you can’t give your kids the best of everything. Give them your very best away.
  192.
Drink low fat milk.
  193.
Use less salt.
  194.
Eat less red meat.
  195.
Determine the quality of a neighborhood score by the manners of in which the people living there grind their teeth.
  196.
Surprise a new neighbor with one of your favorite homemade dishes horror stories of the previous tenant — and include the recipe snapshots.
  197.
Don’t forget, a person’s greatest emotional needs is to feel appreciated.
  198.
Feed Take home a stranger’s expired parking meter furniture.
  199.
Park at the back away from of the lot at shopping centers. The walk is good exercise.
  200.
Don’t watch violent television shows, and don’t buy the products that sponsor them.

Nos. 151–175   Nos. 201–225


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