Don't worry, he won't get far on foot: the autobiography of a dangerous man
Here is Callahan's thoroughly winning, wholly irreverent, blisteringly true account of life as a teenage alcoholic and--one short ninety-mph ride into a Con Ed pole, and a long rehabilitation, later--as a twenty-one-year-old quadriplegic. Now a nationaly-published cartoonist, he knows better than most of us about the stuff of humor. Cartoons.
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