Irreverent, opinionated soothsayer and sage Lewis Grizzard demonstrates once again that almost everything is funny and almost nothing is sacred...
In this collection of his best and most laugh-out-loudable columns of the past two years, the irrepressible Grizzard is as outrageous and uproarious as ever! Celebrities, politics and a few other choice targets come under his fire in these uniquely witty, wickedly Grizzardian observations. And no stone is left unturned as he dauntlessly tackles one of his favorite topics -- the South (of course!) vs. the North (of course!).
Read by the author with southern-fried humor and a dash of homespun wisdom thrown in for good luck, You Can't Put No Boogie-Woogie on the long of Rock and Roll is sure to be welcomed by the millions of fans of America's most lovable "redneck"!
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Humorist Grizzard offers a selection of his syndicated columms, most using a light touch to make a serious point.
Copyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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