A Treasury of humor: thousands of humorous stories, jokes, anecdotes and one-liners, up-to-date and categorized for ease of use

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Lowell D. Streiker
Hendrickson Publishers, Sep 1, 2000 - Humor - 442 pages
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"A Treasury of Humor" is a sequel to the best-selling "An Encyclopedia of Humor" (now in its fifth printing in two years). There are almost 200 categories of topics in this fun treasury of new material, arranged alphabetically from "Advertising" and "Atheists" to "Weddings" and "Wisdom." It features everything from bumper stickers and one-liners to full-page stories. Accompanying the book is a CD-ROM" use it for fast searches or to copy and paste into a manuscript. The material is all family-rated content and is acceptable for both youngsters and adults. This is a valuable resource for pastors, speakers, and writers as well as a source of fun for families.

The CD-ROM contains over 2,000 stories, jokes, and one-liners that can be searched or browsed by topic or title. It also provides a handy way to copy and paste content into other documents such as sermons, or lesson plans.

"CD-ROM requires Windows 98, 95, NT, or later, 16 MB RAM, minimum 7MB hard disk space, CD-ROM drive."

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Contents

Introducing Lowell Streiker
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Advice
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Air Travel
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Copyright

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About the author (2000)

Streiker holds a Ph.D. in Religion from Princeton University and is an ordained minister in the United Church of Christ.

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