Real-life adventure mixed with a few tall tales and down-home good humor make this, not only an interesting read, but one that you can relate to. Perhaps some of these improbable events have... More > happened to an acquaintance, a neighbor or even to you! You'll laugh till your eyes water and perhaps shed an occasional tear. As you discover how I answered the question, WHATAMIGONNADO?! you'll reflect on how you've answered the same question throughout your own life. Enjoy!< Less
Hey - seriously - congratulations on your new political post!
If you are reading this, it means that you have ascended to the highest levels of government, so it's really, really important that you... More > don't do or say anything stupid, and screw things up for the rest of us.
The first thing to remember is that you are a figurehead, about as relevant to the direction of the state as a hood ornament is to the direction of a car -- but you are a very important distraction, the "smiling face" of the fist of power. So hold your nose, kiss the babies, and just think how good you would look on a stamp.
Now, before we go into your media responsibilities, you must understand the true history of political power, so you don't accidentally act on the naive idealism you are required to project to the general public.
The reality of political power is very simple: bad farmers own crops and livestock -- good farmers own human beings...< Less
Evil Inc is about a corporation run by and for super-villains. (Because you can do more evil if you do it legally!) This book is a collection of the daily comic strip from June 2005-Jan. 2006.... More > However, instead of the standard comic-strip collection, we've taken the individual comic-strip panels and created a continuous-narrative graphic novel.< Less
Paul is funny in the throes of addiction. Due to the kindness of his doctors he is allowed to read his journal to those who are willing and those unwilling. But a book is not enough. He must... More > recreate himself. Laugh with him as he defines what millions have already come to terms with, their recovery. Why is Paul so special? Paul is human, unique and qualified. After all. God likes humans. He doesn't want Mr. Undres to go just yet. There's still a cigarette to burn, a cup of coffee to do lip service to. Let's all die together used to be Paul's slant. For now, it's bring home the troops and get a job while we're at it. Leave the dying and join the living. It's just not that funny anymore.< Less
Tag along with Tracy and Betty as they enjoy a guided tour of England, Wales & Scotland. Be prepared to laugh out loud at the sometimes ironic, often quirky and always fascinating people, places... More > and situations they encounter. Recorded with warmth and candour Tracy captures the true essence of relationships that can transcend generations.< Less
The Sheaffe County Chronicles are 17 very short stories about people who live in the mythical county, somewhere north of the cirty of South of Steele's, named after Major General Sir Roger Sheaffe,... More > the British officer who was in command during the most humiliating setback in the War of 1812.< Less
When a young woman spots the man of her dreams during an afternoon news show, she sets off on a cross country trip to finish the rest of her life. Ohhh, one more thing, she's a mental patient. Not... More > that anyone would look at a person who's a mental patient any differently than the rest of us. It's just a small little detail that seems to keep popping its head up throughout the book. Sometimes Love can cost you everything you have. Especially Crazy Love.< Less
There are few things more satisfying than a good joke that is directly linked to the situation at hand: it breaks the ice, it restores perspective, and it makes the point in a way that a... More > straightforward assertion can rarely do as well. As a result, it has wide application and effectiveness in a myriad of situations in private and in organizational life.
This collection of 118 classic jokes and aphorisms will make you laugh and leave you happier but wiser.< Less
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
Automotive writer Doug DeMuro is sharing his stories. In “Plays With Cars,” the former Porsche manager covers some of his most ridiculous decisions, like buying an old Land Rover sight... More > unseen, taking a Mercedes AMG station wagon to a rural Georgia dragstrip, and roadtripping across the United States in a Lotus Elise without air conditioning. He’s also reviewed his former cars, which range from a Mercedes G-wagen to a Nissan Cube. Most importantly, he wrote this entire description himself in the third person.< Less
"How to Remember Jokes" is a simple system to remember jokes. Have you ever been in a situation where someone told a joke, and you wanted to tell one in return, but couldn't remember any of... More > the thousands of jokes you've heard over the years? You'll never experience that again once you've read this book. Richard Webster has taught workshops on memory for many years. The most popular part of these has always been the session on remembering jokes. Once you've read this book, you'll always have a selection of jokes that you can instantly recall whenever you wish to add humor to a situation.< Less
Chicken Nuggets is a series of short stories about growing up in the rural South during the sixties. Set in Carroll County, Georgia, the stories carry you back to humorous, and strangely true events.... More >
Run from a flock of terroristic chickens in Chicken Nuggets, take a momentary break in Outhouse Blues, look for an unknown creature in the dark of night in Red Eyes At Night, ride some unusual mounts in Horse Tales, or learn the sport of Birding.
You'll enjoy a look back in time from the author's eyes!< Less
In an effort to get "out of my head" or, more accurately, clear things out of my head, I started to keep a journal of miscellaneous thoughts.
I'm not sure if this has made things more... More > clear or more cluttered, but I know it's been fun.
To me there's nothing remotely ground breaking or life changing in these pages, but if it brings even a hint of a smile to someone, then I can cross one more thing off of my bucket list................< Less
This is an inflammatory tale of an alcoholic who seeks comfort in his own words and ends up losing all his money in a heart breaking, no holds bared fate. It is a richly deserving tale.
Book Blurb... More > on back of Lo’ Steppin’
Paul Undres, famed story teller in Hi’ Steppin,’ seeks to clarify himself in this sequel. He brazenly attempts to redefine American cultural hang-ups with a stream of consciousness that rivals James Joyce as he prescribes the antithesis of anti-laissez faire, which results in his imprisonment, a sort of final sentence for the author.
Basically, a harmless kook get a raw deal for an underage peccadillo that could happen to the nicest guy in the world. If you like freeloaders, pederasts, and pedophiles, you’ll love Paul. After all, that’s all he really wanted anyway.< Less
Come, Sit, and Say Hello to a therapy dog dropout named Chipper, and the people who love her. This funny, touching story—narrated by Chipper herself—teaches that you don’t have to... More > be perfect to make a difference. It is sure to leave a paw print on your heart!< Less
Chuckles was a wonderful dog who was rescued from an animal shelter and lived in a beautiful Sneden's Landing house on the Hudson River. Chuckles was a mutt and lived to be 18 years old. We wanted to... More > tell her story from her perspective as a dog. It is a story for the joy of young children – and adults too.< Less
Manfred Munch is your typical Renaissance man. With extensive experience as a farmer, treasure hunter, spiritualist, and astute observer of the human condition, Manfred—Manny for... More > short—will inspire you to lead the life you've always wanted to live.
Fans of O. Henry, Dr. Seuss, Rudyard Kipling, and Dave Barry will enjoy this collection of tall tales from the southland. Less Redneck Riviera, more Florida Cracker Country, you'll return to these tall tales often for a laugh.< Less
Satirical stories about the zany, overlapping worlds of religion and politics, where meritocracy is an ancient and forgotten Irish legend. These stories illustrate the old adage that “The best... More > thing we can do to people who lust after power and privilege is to laugh at them.”< Less
As a physician, Dr. Fred D. Cushner firmly believes that laughter is a good form of medicine—just as long as people are laughing with you and not at you.
Cool versus Creepy: An Aging... More > Man’s Guide to Turning Fifty
is as quick, fun, and memorable as the epic Vegas pool party that inspired it. Ever wondered just how others perceive you and your actions? Just what sort of impression do your ponytail, Corvette, scandalously young girlfriend, and earring really make? Is anyone really impressed by your midlife-crisis antics?
Is it as cool as you think … or just creepy?
Dr. Fred D. Cushner is a well-known Orthopedic Surgeon in NYC who specializes in knee surgery. He is an avid medical writer, having authored two knee text books, numerous scientific articles, many book chapters, and even an article entitled Humor and Medicine. In his free time, he enjoys creative writing, having previously completed a children’s book entitled NBA and The Other 23 Letters of the Alphabet.< Less
For anyone who has watched airplanes fly, wondered and wanted to fly or just "plane" curious about the process, this is your book! For those not interested, read it, then you might be, who... More > knows!< Less
***ADULT EDITION - STRONG LANGUAGE***
This is a compilation of comics from the popular facebook page of Vegan Sidekick, along with a few new comics and a quick guide on how to respond to those who... More > defend animal cruelty or attack veganism.< Less
A collection of cartoons by Royston Robertson, all taken from Private Eye, Reader's Digest, The Spectator, The Oldie, Saga, New Humanist and other magazines. Many of the jokes are about modern... More > technology and the internet but real-world subjects like cats, bats, sofas and sheds are also covered.< Less