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Old 07-17-2009, 04:06 PM   #10
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Boy, that is the worst Bryson book to read if you're looking for a laugh. Heh, it's okay but it's nothing like most of his stuff. Try In A Sunburned Country or I'm a Stranger Here Myself.

Wodehouse, I wouldn't say just any of them. The Jeeves and Golf stories are excellent but not laugh out loud in my opinion. Best and funniest in my opinion by far - were Something Fresh (here at MB), Leave It To Psmith, Blandings Castle and Summer Lightning. There's a Blandings anthology called Life At Blandings.

Pecked To Death By Ducks by Tim Cahill

The Night the Bear Ate Goombaw by Patrick McManus

Good online comic - http://xkcd.com
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