All the Culture I Ever Got Came From Buttermilk: A Decade of Jim Hendricks

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AuthorHouse, Jan 14, 2005 - Family & Relationships - 168 pages
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Life is full of quandaries.  Fortunately for devoted readers of Albany Herald humor columnist Jim Hendricks, many are solved weekly in 600 words or less.  Raised in a small town he never outgrew, Jim connects with newspaper readers on critical topics, such as the only two movies where a guy can tear up without being considered a wimp, why Mr. Spock is a better parenting model than Dr. Spock and how picking up your own underdrawers off the bathroom floor can save your marriage.  Get ready to laugh out loud and sometimes get a little misty as you read about family life, children growing up, lightning bugs, old grocery stores, enduring Southern traditions and folks you’ll be glad you met.

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For nearly a dozen years of a journalism career now into its third decade, Jim Hendricks has given readers south of Georgia’s famous Gnat Line a reason to go out and get the Sunday paper.  His witty, often touching observations on everything from family life to regular folks to politics to Southern traditions are corralled weekly into an award-winning column that is as much a must-read in metropolitan Gwinnett County as it is in rural Baker County, where his roots still run deep.  Discover what readers of The Albany Herald, Gwinnett Daily Post and Rockdale Citizen already know about a guy who finally got comfortable with the ’90s ... just in time to be dragged off into a whole new millennium.

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