by Adrian Stonebridge, Stuart Kerr .
by Adrian Stonebridge, Stuart Kerr. ISBN 9780091525514 (978-0-09-152551-4) Softcover, Arrow (A Division of Random House Group), 1983. Coauthors & Alternates. Learn More at LibraryThing. Tennis That Counts: Based on the Channel Four Television Series.
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1. Tennis That Counts: A Players Guide. Stonebridge, Adrian and Kerr, Stuart. Published by Hutchinson (1983)
1. Published by Hutchinson (1983). ISBN 10: 0091525519 ISBN 13: 9780091525514.
America the Book, Democracy Inaction (excellent pun) takes an irreverent, thought-provoking, but generally quite funny look at America's political history
America the Book, Democracy Inaction (excellent pun) takes an irreverent, thought-provoking, but generally quite funny look at America's political history. It offers up a wonderfully entertaining perspective from the writers of The Daily Show with occasional "contributions" from major staff members as well. This book satirizes a high school government textbook to the T, including silly but profoundly critical discussion questions, diagrams explaining the least functioning parts of the government, and wonderfully wry reinterpretations of historical events.
Sten Hallström, also known by his stage name StoneBridge, is a Swedish DJ and record producer. StoneBridge won international renown with the remix of the 1993 hit "Show Me Love" with Robin S. Until then, he had been running the Swedish DJ/remix outfit SweMix, formed at the end of the 1980s. He has released several 12" remixes, CDs, and has several singles, including "Put 'Em High", "Take Me Away" and "Freak On" from the debut album 'Can't Get Enough' 2005.