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May Day: Recovering Humor from a Stroke By Anna Marie Porter
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Less than two months past her fifty-third birthday Anna Marie Porter suffered a stroke caused by the rupture of a cerebral cavernous malformation. She was suddenly paralyzed on her right side, unable... More > to use any of her appendages save three fingers In the wake of such a life-altering event--and faced with months of rehab--she found comfort in poking fun at her situation; humor became her survival mechanism. What’s so funny about having a stroke? Not much unless you have a healthy sense of humor--or even an unhealthy one! And if you’re going to take a death-defying leap into the world of serious illness, “What good is sitting alone in your room?” So she didn’t. She invited her friends, family, and colleagues in to her virtual hospital room through an online blog. That blog became the basis for this book. May Day: Recovering Humor From a Stroke is sometimes poignant, often funny, and always an enlightening look into the world of recovering from a serious setback.< Less
May Day: Recovering Humor from a Stroke By Anna Marie Porter
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Less than two months past her fifty-third birthday Anna Marie Porter suffered a stroke caused by the rupture of a cerebral cavernous malformation. She was suddenly paralyzed on her right side, unable... More > to use any of her appendages save three fingers In the wake of such a life-altering event--and faced with months of rehab--she found comfort in poking fun at her situation; humor became her survival mechanism. What’s so funny about having a stroke? Not much unless you have a healthy sense of humor--or even an unhealthy one! And if you’re going to take a death-defying leap into the world of serious illness, “What good is sitting alone in your room?” So she didn’t. She invited her friends, family, and colleagues in to her virtual hospital room through an online blog. That blog became the basis for this book. May Day: Recovering Humor From a Stroke is sometimes poignant, often funny, and always an enlightening look into the world of recovering from a serious setback.< Less
Bubbaworld Comix Mostly Humorous Dawn of Time Volume By Andy Childress
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DAWN OF TIME is one of my main humor comic strip titles and it's about a Redneck Caveman named Bubba and his chimpanzee friend Milo. This book collects nearly 15 years of this comic title.
BWC MOSTLY HUMOROUS QUICK APPLIANCE REPAIR volume By Andy Childress
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Two idiot brothers working for their Dad in the Family Appliance Repair business. This book collects 15 years of QUICK APPLIANCE REPAIR humor comic strips. You get to read it from the beginning and... More > watch it's evolution.< Less
BWC MOSTLY HUMOROUS DAWN OF TIME volume By Andy Childress
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Redneck Cavemen in the DAWN OF TIME humor comic strip dealing with dinosaurs, gray aliens and dodo birds. It centers around Bubba the Caveman and his ape friend Milo and Paw Paw Bubba.
God Said, “Let There Be Humor”: And God Saw That It Was Good By Jacob Hofman
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Jacob Hofman takes you behind the scenes of the Old Testament, as never before, in this sidesplitting meditation on the Five Books of Moses. Your favorite bible stories are all here – the... More > creation of man, the story of Noah’s Ark, the trials of Abraham, the Exodus from Egypt, the giving of the Ten Commandments, and much more – seen through the divinely skewed revelations of Jacob Hofman and illustrator, Michael Malbrough. As if that were not enough, you’ll also find the answers to questions about the Bible you never thought to ask, such as: • How did the splitting of the Red Sea inadvertently repel an alien invasion? • How did the Children of Israel respond when God took cheeseburgers off the menu? • How did vampires react to the commandment against the consumption of blood? God gave man the ability to both cry and to laugh, but Scripture teaches that a cheerful heart is the preferred alternative. God Said, Let There Be Humor, is a witty expression of the author’s belief that even God can take a joke.< Less
God Said, “Let There Be Humor”: And God Saw That It Was Good By Jacob Hofman
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Jacob Hofman takes you behind the scenes of the Old Testament, as never before, in this sidesplitting meditation on the Five Books of Moses. Your favorite bible stories are all here – the... More > creation of man, the story of Noah’s Ark, the trials of Abraham, the Exodus from Egypt, the giving of the Ten Commandments, and much more – seen through the divinely skewed revelations of Jacob Hofman and illustrator, Michael Malbrough. As if that were not enough, you’ll also find the answers to questions about the Bible you never thought to ask, such as: • How did the splitting of the Red Sea inadvertently repel an alien invasion? • How did the Children of Israel respond when God took cheeseburgers off the menu? • How did vampires react to the commandment against the consumption of blood? God gave man the ability to both cry and to laugh, but Scripture teaches that a cheerful heart is the preferred alternative. God Said, Let There Be Humor, is a witty expression of the author’s belief that even God can take a joke.< Less
Four Hundred Humorous Illustrations With Portrait and Biographical Sketch By Various
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: John Leech (29 August 1817 – 29 October 1864 in London) was... More > an English caricaturist and illustrator. He is best known for his work for Punch, a humorous magazine for a broad middle-class audience, combining verbal and graphic political satire with light social comedy. Leech catered to contemporary prejudices, such as anti-Americanism and anti-Semitism and supported acceptable social reforms. Leech's critical yet humorous cartoons on the Crimean War help shape public attitudes toward heroism, warfare, and Britons role in the world.John Leech was born in London. His father, a native of Ireland, was the landlord of the London Coffee House on Ludgate Hill, "a man", on the testimony of those who knew him, "of fine culture, a profound Shakespearian, and a thorough gentleman." Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Leech_(caricaturist)< Less
From the Heart: Injecting Healing Humor in the Healthcare Setting By Becky Cortino
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While it is said the longest journey begins with a single step, the adventures of a hospital or caring clown into the Great Clown Unknown may comprise the most incredible experience of a lifetime, in... More > every step taken by those funny shoes and in the true heart behind that nose. This book is written based upon personal experience, explorations and interest-directed research serving in the trenches, as a hospital or caring clown since 1997. Presented as an inspiring collage from my clown heart as a grassroots volunteer community-based hospital clown creative ministry coordinator, this book is well-seasoned with insight, served up with the purpose of providing a dose of encouragement to active healthcare venue performers and creative arts entertainers; those with a heartfelt desire to inject healing humor into the healthcare setting; or those simply interested in taking a peek into the joy-full existence, a part of the blessed journey of hospital/caring clowns and creative arts family entertainers!< Less
Dictionary of Jewish- Frum Life Humor with the Honest Rabbi By David Kilimnick
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From the writer of the ‘Aliyah Dictionary’ comes the new comedic work that received no support from any rabbi. The perfect Jewish bathroom reader of tradition... Enclosed, you'll find... More > the words and phrases that are vital for living and understanding the religious Jewish life experience. A work of pure comedy, the reader will walk away educated and laughing. David’s words: Jewish culture is found in humor. It's up to you to deliver the material in this book. So read with timing…You should have much enjoyment. That would make my parents very proud. Examples of brilliance filling these pages of nachis. Kashering- The process of making something kosher by risking one’s life. See blow torch and rabbi with boiling water. Whitefish- How a Jewish father and son bond. Sitting quietly side by side, eating smoked fish together…Not fishing. Eating. Jewish bonding. Let us now bond with the Jewish people and join in the laughter. (this is the 50lbs paper edition...the other edition is 60lbs)< Less

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