Michael Close is an inveterate joke teller whose stories have brought gales of laughter from audiences around the world. For more than twenty years, Michael’s friends and colleagues have... More > eagerly awaited a collection of jokes from his enormous repertoire. That Reminds Me is that compilation – more than 250 of the best clean (and not so clean) jokes you’ve ever read. But this is much more than a joke book. Michael shares heartfelt reminiscences of the funny people who have enriched his life, stories of crazy personal experiences, and thoughts on the importance of “finding the funny” in your own life. This is the perfect book for anyone who needs a good laugh.
Foreword by Penn Jillette
[The jokes in this collection range from squeaky clean to R-rated. Words that you can’t use on network television appear occasionally. If such language offends you, please don’t purchase this book.]< Less
You Want Me To Do What? is a humorous journey through the three most demanding training programs in the US Miliary - Navy SEAL training, Army Special Forces training and Army Ranger training...by one... More > of the few men who have attended all three of these arduous programs and survived to tell about them.< Less
Creator Paul Gilligan has published two previous books compiling his wildly successful comic strip “Pooch Café,” where canines gather to compare stories about their masters, the... More > mailman, and pesky felines invading their cozy homes. Now enjoy the much sought-after, unpublished works in “Bark to Work Legislation.” Poncho and company guarantee the same level of hilarity in these never-before-seen comic strips!< Less
The second collection (2008) from Tom Fishburne's Brand Camp series. Includes over 100 cheeky marketing cartoons from 2005 to 2008, complete with liner notes on each one, and a forward by Jackie... More > Huba, co-author of "Creating Customer Evangelists."
Brand Camp cartoons cover provocative business issues on marketing, innovation, sustainability, design, and management. First drawn on the backs of Harvard Business School cases as a popular student strip and later emailed to a handful of colleagues at General Mills, Brand Camp has grown by word-of-mouth to reach thousands of marketers each week and appears regularly in blogs, web sites, and publications such as Brandweek, Market Leader, and the Asian Wall Street Journal.< Less