Important, Not Very, and Who Really Cares?: A Comedy in Fifty-Four Parts

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iUniverse, Feb 1, 2010 - Humor
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Laughing at childhood memories
Country boy takes a mail order brain surgery course
Laughing at family happenings
Interviews with Genghis Khan and George Washington
The courtship and married life of the cave family the Uggs
And other comic relief

You never know what is going to pop up in your everyday life, but R. D. Wright has found a way to handle it with wit and humor. Follow him as he hits garage sales on the weekend or tries desperately to find his mother's telephone number, "It's in the book, Ron." "No it's not, I looked." Sound familiar?

Important, Not Very, & Who Really Cares? will resonate with anyone who has searched high and low for something only to discover that it is right in front of them or worse, nowhere to be found. His pieces are witty, charming, and we can see a little bit of our own lives in each of them.

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