It's a little too backwoods hillbilly for me. The language is accurately simple, and the story could be a run-of-the-mill true story in the life of any backwoods Southerner.
Yes. It's a wonderful step-by-step instructional.
I suppose Greg was my favorite character.
A LOT! I now know how to go about following a childhood dream.
I'm not sure why people think they were supposed to be entertained and amused by a how-to manual. This is NOT a joke book. It's a book about how to be a joke teller, and it is a great book for its purpose. Yes, it is repetitive, but that's how Greg gets the point across on how to create jokes.
The story reminded me of one I might hear on NPR radio. I thought it was a fun, amusing little story.
I've never read the print version of the Weekend Journal so I really can't compare.
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