Monday, August 25, 2008

And to think I almost moved without these

So I'm packing up my books and I realized there's a pile on the floor of my sister's books but some of mine are mixed in. Thank God I realized that, I thought to myself as I recovered my trusty copies of:

Joy Shtick (or What is The Existential Vacuum and Does It Come with Attachments?) by Joy Behar

But Enough About Me... by Jancee Dunn

The Scorecard by Greg Gutfeld

The Verbally Abusive Relationship by Patricia Evans [not a how-to, unfortunately]

Happiness is a Warm Puppy by Charles M. Schulz

5 comments:

Joe said...

And don't forget "Something's Amiss in My Uterus" by Hilary Hodes and Scott Hodes.

Brett Jones said...

"The Verbally Abusive Relationship by Patricia Evans [not a how-to, unfortunately]"

That is unfortunate.

Toddrod said...

Charles M. Schultz is my favorite author of all time. When I was a kid in the 70s, my neighbor friend and I would draw pictures of Snoopy and Woodstock and send them to Chuck Schultz. He would proptly write us back saying nice things about our artwork. I cried when he died. He has brought so much joy to so many people. That is an awesome legacy.

Toddrod

Toddrod said...

I love Charles Schulz so much that I wanted to add that I misspelled his name! :D

Toddrod

Joe said...

Todd, I fully agree about Charles Schulz. He was amazing.

Just one example of the impact he had - "A Charlie Brown Christmas" is still a favorite holiday show for millions of people even though it was made in 1965. It's 43 years old! Wikipedia says 50% of the televisions in the U.S. were tuned in to the first broadcast.