Chili Dawgs Always Bark at Night
The popular humorist and syndicated columnist takes on politics, religion, sex, and golf, as well as George Bush, Mike Tyson, people named "Bubba," and the Japanese, in a collection of satirical essays on modern life
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Read this for the first time just now 2013 book came out in 1989. Some of the things in the book were timeless. Heartburn, children, "fancy" restaurants. Other have changed extremely computers, air travel. He ends his book with what he believes the millennium will bring, such as selling off some of the northern states to Canada to bring down the national debt, condos and a golf course on the moon. Was a fun book to read, his southern way of thinking is fun to read and he doesn't go to far after us Yankees. It's broken down into various different sections where he explores things from fashion and dining out to sports and the politics of the time.
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This book fulfills requirement 11 (humor) for the 2013 eclectic reader challenge. Lewis Grizzard was a newspaper columnist with a writing style similar to Dave Barry. It was very quick and easy to ...
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