The final episode of the acclaimed series joins the employees of Reynholm Industries as they turn it off and on again for one last time. An accident involving spilt coffee, a tiny barista and a van with breasts leads to Roy (Chris O’ Dowd) and Jen (Katherine Parkinson) being shamed on the internet. Suddenly, their reputations and that of Reynholm Industries are at risk, and everything they do only makes it worse. Can Jen and Roy restore their good names? Will a newly confident Moss (Richard Ayoade) be able to help? How will Douglas (Matt Berry) fare on ‘Secret Millionaire’? Will a hastily-drawn chart be the key that saves the day? No, no, badly, no.
No! Please Sir! It HURTS TOO MUCH Sir!"It’s for your own good, Tom, so stick that bottom UP!When handsome, new shop assistant Tom is rude and obnoxious to a valued customer, he discovers the painful way to learn to be polite - through the indignity of hard, regular spankings and canings applied to his upturned bare bottom. The irate customer, Mr. Parkinson, is expert at severe and humiliating corporal punishment for misbehaving adults. It’s so embarrassing, and it hurts so much - but soon, Tom’s fear and dread of the cane turns to acceptance, and finally a real craving for more and more imaginative discipline, which his new master is only too keen to give. Sometimes, Tom’s punishments are administered in front of enthusiastic witnesses, and to add even more to his distress and embarrassment, his flatmate, Neil, is invited to watch as well. (Neil particularly enjoys seeing the effects produced by Mr. Parkinson’s small, polished wooden hairbrush.)Hear vivid descriptions of Tom’s increasing torments as his bare, exposed buttocks writhe and flinch under the excruciating sting of the cruel cane brought down hard on the most sensitive parts of his bottom, over and over again. He is reduced to begging and pleading for it to stop, but Mr. Parkinson well knows that regular, good, old-fashioned, traditional canings, combined with prolonged bare bottom spankings, always brings about a change in behavior. This complete, highly erotic corporal punishment novel is for adults only (over 18) and contains strong, graphic descriptions of humiliating, naked adult discipline, together with strong sexual scenes.A fem-dom version of this hot story is available as "Domestic Discipline for Daniel", by Mistress Jade with Mark Maguire. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Saul Jones. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/160300/bk_acx0_160300_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The unabridged digital audiobook edition of Telling Stories, Tim Burgess’s lacerating, frank, and vivid memoir. Read by the actor Craig Parkinson, star of the hit film Control. The Charlatans have had three UK Number One albums and 17 Top Thirty singles. But they’ve also had to face the imprisonment and death of keyboard player Rob Collins and an accountant who ran off with all their money. Not to mention the rock & roll excesses of singer Tim Burgess. In his startlingly revealing memoir, not ghosted but written by Burgess himself, he describes how they dealt with their crises, and what’s gone right with the band as much as what’s gone wrong. Brought up in a Cheshire village, he went on to front a band that has travelled the world and was at the forefront of the Madchester and Britpop movements. Telling Stories is a tale of achievement and survival, via a fair bit of heartache, but told with humour. At the centre of it is Tim Burgess’s own story: how someone with a passion for music got to fulfil his dreams. He doesn’t flinch from the dark stuff - the lure of the rock & roll lifestyle, its sweet enticements - and he confesses in vivid detail how he had to pull himself back from the brink. But along the way he had a lot of good times and met some great people while making great music. It’s all here in Telling Stories. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Craig Parkinson. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/pauk/000361/bk_pauk_000361_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Mark Gattison has avoided love and commitment his entire adult life. Not interested in more than a one night stand or a brief encounter in a bathroom stall, he is the epitome of a good time.Will Parkinson is the guy who defends him, the guy who puts up with him, the guy Mark calls his best friend.When Will becomes unsettled and a little distant, Mark takes it upon himself to find Will a boyfriend. Not familiar with the concept himself, Mark thinks Will needs someone to make him happy.What Mark doesn't know, is that he's about to get blindsided. He's about to get knocked off his feet by the one thing that's been right in front of him the entire time. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Michael Pauley. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/158455/bk_acx0_158455_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Minerva Parkinson has just received distressing news: she's dying. Though she and her husband Henry have been married for many years, their marriage has grown listless, and she therefore chooses to keep her dire prognosis to herself. With the hopes of leaving Henry with fond memories of her, she buys a houseboat to fulfill his dream of a riverboat trip, and they set off down the Missouri River. Things are looking good until they meet two strangers, a young woman named Nora and a mysterious man named Mr. Mortimer, who possesses knowledge beyond the worldly realm. In fact, Mr. Mortimer isn't a man at all but Death in human form, a fact that does not escape Minerva. When it becomes apparent that there is an attraction between Nora and Henry, Minerva pushes aside her jealousy and focuses on what will make Henry happy when she is gone. But Mr. Mortimer's growing attraction to Minerva becomes an unexpected complication. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Stephen R. Thorne. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/blak/006280/bk_blak_006280_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Upon diagnosis of his mother Kathy with both Parkinson and Alzheimer's disease, Max Lugavere set out to study the causes, as well as ways to prevent and even reverse the two diseases. Lugavere who was hitherto a media personality had to bid it good-bye so as to focus on medical research. He left his dream job as a reporter and presenter both on TV and online. With good media credentials, Lugavere was able to penetrate far and wide. He soon became one of the leading scientists and experts in the field of medicine around the world.With determination, he dived in intensively into the discipline - spanning papers. He interviewed several clinicians and researchers. He visited several leading research labs as part of his commitment to the mission.Here is what you will get out of this summary:A detailed summary of every single chapterHow diet and lifestyle determine how healthy we areYou will get to know Lugavere top "Genius Foods"Key takeaways and points worth remembering at the end of every chapterAnd so much moreIf you are someone who's tight on time, maybe you want to see whether the original book is worth it or not or maybe you don't remember much of what you hear, then this summary is created for no one else but you. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Sam Simmons. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/135085/bk_acx0_135085_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Peapod is an online grocery delivery service owned by Royal Ahold and operating only in a select number of US cities. The company is based in Skokie, Illinois. Peapod was founded in 1989 by Andrew and Thomas Parkinson, both of whom are still executive officers. Its original name was IPOD for Information and Product on Demand, but as they were creating their business cards they changed it to Peapod on a whim. Before 1996, it provided an on-line grocery shopping service in partnership with Jewel in Chicago and surrounding towns, Safeway in San Francisco, California, Randall's in Houston, Texas, and Kroger in Columbus, Ohio. In 1996, it launched its website and became one of the earliest internet start-ups, the company made the Inc. 500 list of fast-growing privately held US companies. It parlayed this success and good press into an IPO on NASDAQ. Between 1997 and 2000, Peapod expanded into Boston and Watertown, Massachusetts, Long Island, New York, and Norwalk, Connecticut in partnership with Stop & Shop. In late 2000, they entered Washington, DC and surrounding towns with Giant Food.
A step-by-step guide for the millions of baby boomers who want one simple practice for feeling and looking great- yoga! One in five Americans is now moving toward the age bracket of ' sixty and beyond, ' and while many are calling sixty the ' new forty, ' this milestone is the perfect time to take stock in good health. One form of exercise that is proven to prevent or alleviate a host of physical and mental ailments for the last 5,000 years is yoga. Now, under the guidance of a qualified and well-known Iyengar yoga teacher, who is also the author of The New Yoga for People Over 50, readers can reap the benefits of yoga with this gentle and clear guide written specifically with today’ s baby boomers in mind. Filled with clear instructions, including the use of yoga props and modified poses, plus crisp follow-along photographs, The New Yoga for Healthy Aging takes readers step by step through the asanas (poses) that can prevent or lessen ailments such as osteoporosis, hip fractures, chronic pain, arthritis, Alzheimer’ s and Parkinson’ s disease. With heartfelt interviews and tips from some of America's most active yoga teachers and their older students- each sharing wisdom, insights and successes- readers will discover a source of inspiration that will help their practice evolve into more than just those moments they spend on the mat.
During World War II, a German agent landed in Canada from a U-boat. Curtis Parkinson has used this true historical event to tell a fast-paced, exciting story. Sixteen-year-old Scott and his friend Adam find summer jobs as deckhands on the Rapids Prince, a ship that plies the waters between the town of Prescott, on the St. Lawrence River, and Montreal. Scott overhears convincing information that a German agent is actually on board the boat. He has a good reason for not telling anybody, but his silence eventually leads him into more trouble than he can imagine, including a possible murder and a kidnapping. It is up to the boys to expose the agent in order to save the Rapids Prince and the innocent passengers on board. Curtis Parkinson has written an impossible-to-put-down novel that combines history with high adventure.