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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 22, 2012

    If you've never read Dave Barry, start here.

    I have read 80% of his humorous books. What a marvelous writer! I had the whole Alaska Airlines waiting section in stitches because I couldn't stop laughing. When I'm upset, I always go to my library, and pick out a Dave Barry book. No library is complete without a few of them. Can't help but wonder what it must be like to live under the same roof with a mind like his. Don't deprive yourself any longer. Read his books.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 4, 2000

    This book for college students...

    I have enjoyed this compilation of Mr. Barry's for many years, since working to edit his material from its conception when he was a well known local columnist in the Philadelphia area. The work done by Owl to my original author's material displays Mr. Barry prior to his winning the Pulitzer Prize and his television show (this book is a must read for the writers and producers.) The article on Math is a laugh aloud, hilarious amusing statement that drew some wonderful letters, proving that there is a Santa Claus. A book for hugging and laughing, I think of Mr. Barry as The Man Who Knew Too Much. He proves it again and again, wonderfully edited by the people at Owl as a paperback. The original title was 'Bad Habits,' a Doubleday hardback. This version is much better.

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