by Louis Dvoretzky|
Book Website: http://www.louisdvoretzky.com
356 Pages, Paperback, 5.5 x 8.5
Random nonsense, including cleverisms, stupidisms and whizdumbs for careless intellectual whizbangs. Full of mental challenges, quirky thoughts presented in one-liners, short paragraphs, quick conversations, Q&A's, puns, oxymora, fractured English and ironic quips and slips of the tongue.
About The Author
Louis Dvoretzky, a senior native of Houston, is an alumnus of Rice University, Yale University and the University of Montpellier, France. His academic background included French and comparative literature. He is a partly retired writer of health plan documents and a consultant in the federal laws relating to them. Some of his humorous work has appeared in newspapers and business publications.
This book "could possibly make one think, laugh, groan, smirk, acknowledge (the author's) wisdom." "This compilation is a masterpiece. Read it through like a book or open to pages at random -- you'll grin, chortle, guffaw, cackle out loud...This is perfect material for Masters of Ceremonies, humorists, stand-up or sit-down comics, and anyone who enjoys laughing. It's great for coffee tables and bathroom-reading, too. Get it now or risk being cheated in the humor department."
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