Don't Whiz on a 'Lectric Fence: Grandpa's Country Wisdom

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Gibbs Smith, Publisher, 1996 - Humor - 128 pages
Whether you're a rural homesteader or an urban dweller, Grandpa's good ol' country wisdom offers all the true advice, observations, and witticisms you'll ever need. For everyone weary of city-slickered self-help, Roy English serves up over 140 country bites of reality such as these: "Don't go huntin' with a fella named Chug-A-Lug." "Life is like juggling pitchforks; everyone knows when you mess up." "Trouble is a private thing; don't lend it, and don't borrow it."

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About the author (1996)

Roy English is the author of When I am an Old Coot. In his former lives, he was a state legislator and a judge. He lives in Texas.

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