Wayne Lougee was born and has lived. He married and had children. His greatest accomplishment in life was to graduate from Crooked River Grade School in Prineville Oregon. This feat only took him 2 1/2 years as that he started out in the middle of the fourth grade. He began his career as a comic at an early age. Most of his material came to him while sitting in the back row at school and church listening to and remembering the funny things people say. He has lived by the principle that humor can be found in any situation.
Spoiler alert: I'm thinking my next book will be about...
P.G. Wodehouse and his Wooster and Jeeves stories.This is a book I have been trying to write for the past five years.
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P.G. Wodehouse, of course, because almost every word he wrote holds more meaning than many people's entire life. Dickens was the next greatest author this side of the universe. Both Dickens and Wodehouse understood humor.
This book is addictive. Read it. (At your own risk.)
This book is not addictive and need not be read, unless you have a good understanding of how to balance humor and reality. Reality in my mine is over rated. We usually think that we know what is real because we see and hear things around us. But, to fully understand this book, one needs to suspend reality for a few minutes and be able to accept certain concepts that may be foriegn to one's way of thinking. In my world, the world is not round or flat. It is squeeshy.