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Essential Freud by Badcock, and Other Stories

All of the textbook/author combos below are legitimate. They were culled from my days in the 1990s working in the textbook department at University Book Store in Seattle, Wash.

  • Essential Freud by Christopher Badcock
  • Organization Theory and Design by Robert Daft
  • Basic Human Genetics by Mange and Mange
  • Immigrant Voices by Thomas Dublin
  • Introduction to Advertising and Promotion by Belch and Belch
  • The Psychology of Blacks by Joseph L. White
  • Microeconomics by Robert Pindyck

Apologies for all the dick jokes but Essential Freud would understand.


Posted at 05:29 PM on Thu. May 03, 2012 in category Books  
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Reed wrote:

I read Pindyck in college, not that book, another one I think. It was challenging stuff - especially with my roommates howling over the dudes name.

Comment posted on Thu. May 03, 2012 at 11:30 PM

Erik wrote:

We are all Beavis and Butthead. Except for the Pindycks.

Comment posted on Thu. Mar 14, 2013 at 08:36 AM

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