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Jerry Clower described his style like this: “I don’t tell funny stories, I tell stories funny.” That sums it up perfectly. His stories aren’t in the traditional setup/punchline format; they’re gentle, they’re silly, and they always make me smile.
I didn’t know this existed until I heard Donald Trump complaining about it.
Most people saw this several years ago, but somehow I missed it. I’m hoping a few people will get to see it for the first time, and a few more people will enjoy seeing it again.
We went to see comedian Tim Hawkins last weekend, and he was a lot of fun. He’s been labelled as a “Christian comedian,” but don’t let that scare you off. I’m of a different faith, and was still the most I’ve laughed in a long, long time.
Excerpted from A Remarkable Mother by Jimmy Carter, © 2008: When the reporter arrived at the Pond House, Mama (Lillian Carter) instructed her that she would not answer any questions about my boyhood, because all of it was covered in my book Why Not The Best? Soon, however, an inevitable question came: “Miss Lillian, your …
A lot of really cool things have been discovered by weirdos doing weird things. If somebody hadn’t decided to fry a corn kernel to see what would happen, we wouldn’t have popcorn. If somebody hadn’t rubbed a ball of rubber on his homework Just Because, we wouldn’t have erasers. If someone hadn’t taken a bean, …