Follow Me, I'm Right Behind You!: A Treasury of Irish Humour

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Robson, Oct 23, 2001 - Irish wit and humor - 198 pages
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This gem of a book contains popular Irish comedian Tom O'Connor's favorite Iris stories, all of them funny, some of them almost believable, and all recounted and laced with his inimitable flair and wit. Collected together over many years - starting on his grandma's knee, continuing through his schooldays (both as student and teacher) and on through countless travels and stage appearances throughout the Emerald Isle - the stories and jokes cover all aspects of Irish life, from the pub to the church, from the home to workplace. From pearls of Irish logic to witty retorts in the face of adversity, this enterprising book proves once and for all that there's no finer wit than that of the Irish, and no greater nor more observant story teller than Tom O'Connor.

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About the author (2001)

Tom O'Connor was gold columnist for the Financial Post from 1993 to 1998, and for three years contributed to and edited the newspaper's "Golf Update," a five-page weekly section. He has been published in many North American golf journals, and was named Golf Reporter of the Year three times -- in 1994, 1995, and 1996. With The Ladies', Tim O'Connor continues to tell the story of Canadian Golf, which he began in 1995 with The Feeling of Greatness: The Moe Norman Story. That book became a Canadian bestseller. He recently became Director of Communications for ClubLink Corporation.

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