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A Thousand Tiny Cuts: Life's Small Annoyances

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A Thousand Tiny Cuts: Life's Small Annoyances

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A Thousand Tiny Cuts: Life's Small Annoyances

A Thousand Tiny Cuts: Life's Small Annoyances

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To fight or not to fight, that is the question. Is it easier in the mind to suffer the slings and insults of large corporations, or to return to sender the darned junk mail — and order a SMALL coffee at Starbucks? We host a discussion about taking a stand against your pet peeves.

Guests:

Mitch Altman, inventor of TV-B-Gone, a remote control key chain that turns off all televisions

Michael McCullough, professor of psychology at the University of Miami

Brad Bushman, professor of psychology at the University of Michigan

Jim Zuckermandel, president and CEO of Zed Marketing Group, which specializes in insert media

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