Manners, etiquette and good taste are the stuff of civilization. Cherish the riches our world has to offer, but if you don't mind your manners don't bother. Play a part in the betterment of society by civilizing yourself. Politeness is civil correctness, not political correctness. In an age when being crude, crass and offensive is in vogue, take a moment to consider those we share the world with, for after all your one of them. Read the 110 rules that guided the life of our founder George Washington, accompanied by modern observations and humorous illustrations.

Buy a discounted copy to be donated to a rude person of your choosing, pick up a copy for yourself and send some anonymous manners mail. If you're in need of further assistence ask Mr. Manners.