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About the author:
Heinz Dinter was born into the evil world of Fascism two years before the worst of human suffering ignited -- World War II; grew up under the clutches of Communism; then, as immigrant to the Free World and Democracy, raised his family and pursued his career as head of the computer company he founded, driven by dreams of a happy family and the challenges of Capitalism. And then he crashed -- burned out and not up to dealing with avarice.
On his way back he stood up to the misdeeds of those who give free enterprise a bad name. They set out employing agents who thrive in their self-serving, unprofessional pursuits. With conspiratorial elan vital they tried to teach him a lesson for publishing their misdeeds. He withstood and bounced back.
Today he builds on memories and experiences
-- sharing and enjoying life with friends.
He was only six when the war's madness took his father at age 36 and left behind a widow with four children; the youngest had just begun to walk.
The author does not want his twin children, Diane and Kenneth, and six grandchildren, Devin, Megan, Alexander, Dustin, Richard, and Charles, to experience that kind of confrontational and litigious lifestyle. They deserve better. Much better. That's reason enough for this book. And he lets it be fun.
Dr. Dinter earned his B.S. in mathematics cum laude, M.A. in management, and Ph.D. in business administration and corporate finance from the University of Florida.
He's an avid pilot and enjoys sailing and playing tennis in Miami, Florida.
But he does miss Lolita, Heidi, Kitty and her brood.
Thoughts About Lawyers
It's the must-read book on days you're either up or down.
Within these pages I'll spare you lots of overwhelming evidence embedded in real life situations. But to get your attention, I'll give you cause to think about what others think and say. I'll also give you cause for chuckles here and there.
You do not need to feel embarrassed. Go ahead and laugh. I and others who have gone through the wringer oftentimes kept our sanity because -- above all -- we kept our wits.
As you turn the pages, it's the likes of Adams, Berle, Cicero, Dickens, Franklin, Hoeveler, Jefferson, Kipling, Lincoln, O'Connor, Plato, Rehnquest, Rogers, Sandburg, Shakespeare, Truman, Twain, you, your friends and strangers who share their thoughts with you.
Hang any of the book's illustrations - with the fiery captions -on your wall or use it as a gift.
These illustration posters make the perfect gift for friend and foe - that includes the lawyers who stood and stand by you through thick and thin, or those you wish you had never met on either side.
Here's inspirational reading that opens eyes wide and motivates hearts. Chuckle and Think!
"Thanks for your good book. It has class and truth." -- Gerry Spence
- Publication Date:
- 1470014025 / 9781470014025
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Humor / General