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AuthorHouse, Aug 27, 2004 - Humor - 172 pages

“This collection of questions is a very amusing look at some of life''s absurdities and an enjoyable escape back to childhood”. 

“Did you ever wonder….why do we have to grow up anyway?”

-Grand Ole Opry Star Jeannie Seely

 

Did You Ever Wonder? offers over 1,500 quizzical and whimsical questions to ponder when you want a break from the serious side of life. 

 

You’re sure to find some of the questions silly and others a bit strange, but hopefully reading this compilation of inquiries will somehow trigger a smile and a chuckle.

 

Many of the questions inside were written especially for this book by Ron Harman.  Others he compiled over a period of several years from a variety of sources including jokes, cartoons, e-mails, stand-up comedy routines, and even T-shirts and bumper stickers.

 

Have fun and enjoy the collection!

 

“Did you ever wonder….aren’t good questions better than easy answers?”

-Ron Harman

 

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About the Author

 

Born in Oil City, PA, Ron Harman grew up on a family farm near the small town of Tionesta.  To this day not only are there no traffic lights or four-lane highways in Tionesta – there are none in the whole county.

 

The day after graduating from Penn State University with a degree in business and accounting, Ron began employment with a local bank.  Over the years the former high school valedictorian advanced from Teller to Assistant Vice-President, and along the way he began writing articles that were used by numerous banking organizations for state and national banking publications.  Ron earned several banking degrees from the American Institute of Banking, graduated from the three-year Central Atlantic School of Banking at Bucknell University, and achieved designation as a Certified Bank Auditor.

 

A meeting with country music singer Jeannie Seely – a former banker from Ron’s hometown area – led to a series of articles about her for newspapers and publications, as well as a museum exhibit and other projects.  As a free-lance writer Ron called upon other well-known western PA natives as subjects for his many feature stories.  Eventually Ron concentrated on covering country artists and events as he continued to write for various publications, including nationally circulated country music magazines.

 

Ron’s involvement in country music and dancing – along with the encouragement of friend Seely – resulted in his 1998 decision to relocate to Nashville, TN.  Calling on his banking background he began his present career as the Vice President and Director of Education for a financial services and ACH software company.  He also completed the requirements to become an Accredited ACH Professional (AAP).

 

In addition to his full-time job, Ron is employed part-time as a supervisor at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.  He also maintains the web sites for Grand Ole Opry members Jeannie Seely and Jan Howard, and in his spare time he continues to write articles and produce special projects like this book.

 

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