You can open the book at random or read it sequentially and get the same pleasant experience both ways.
I will not try to convince the skeptic (I was a skeptic myself), except to say that I am so glad that I experienced (so much more than "read") this book.
Dr. Mardy Grothe has identified -- and expertly catalogued -- the oxymoronic element which is at the heart of so much of what we recognize as wit.
I think that oxymorons are such fun words anyway, and Mardy Grothe has done a neat job with writing this book about them. BTW, there is a comedy group named the Oxymorons. Read morePublished 2 days ago by cnighti
Lots of fun. Full of good material for use in our church newsletter.Published 1 month ago by paul mannen
Entertaining. Not a bad book. I bought it for .01 cent, plus shipping. Even includes stupidity from George W. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Marvelous Mal
This was a present, and the recipient loved it! Good book, funny!Published 7 months ago by bnpleco1
I have yet to read a book by Mardy Grothe that is not deeply engrossing, encourages lots of reflection and is often hilarious at the same time. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Richard H.
A very, very entertaining read with a host of interesting and humorous items.
GREAT bathroom library material. Something to dip into while your mind needs a distraction.
I think my title pretty much says it all. A good read. Try it you'll like it! I did very much!! What's with this 20 work minimum?Published on October 17, 2012 by TonyD