Ian Urbina writes about 'Life's little annoyances' in his new book

New York Times reporter Ian Urbina describes things that tick him (and others) off in his book 'Life's little annoyances'. He will be discussing the book Lifelittle on NPR's Week-End Edition in the coming weeks. we will post the date when it happens. I would offer my own pet peeve: why do we need music piped everywhere including restrooms. Are we afraid of a minute or two of calm and silence, noise annoys.
You can buy the book in good local bookstores and online if you cannot find it locally.

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