Table of Contents
About the author, the book's origin, and keeping perspective.
If all of the clods featured in these stories worked for the same company, it would be in Chapter 11.
Cruelty to animals? What about cruelty to humans -- by animals?
Family: Can't live with 'em, can't cut their brake lines and make it look like an accident.
Many of us enroll in Matrimony University and decide to stay -- even though we never graduate.
God has a great sense of humor. Think about baldness, the Sharpei dog and most of the state of Nevada.
Once in awhile, we find someone who'll love us even when we've been seen at our worst.
After minor motoring miscues, a good chortle may keep our minds off our skyrocketing insurance premiums.
The Golden Years: an enduring euphemism for getting old, forgetful, slow and clumsy.
Laughter is the best medicine for those occasional health quirks or minor accidents.
When we travel, we're like rabbits let loose among coyotes.
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