There Is Something Funny about Joe

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by Joseph Menkes Finding humor in life is not hard, as evidenced by There Is Something Funny about Joe, a pithy collection of clever rhyming poems and sayings from the talented mind of Joseph Menkes. For example, did you ever have a bad meal? Well, according to Mr. Menkes, If the meal aint edible, the cook aint credible. In the same vein, A bakers humor may be more rye than wry, and I eat wrinkled prunes so I wont become a wrinkled old prune. He has also found the long-lost sayings of Confusions, Confuciuss younger brother: He who keeps money in mattress should not smoke in bed, and A lawyers brief is seldom brief, as well as I am always right with hindsight. It is said laughter is the best medicine, and since hes still going strong at eighty-seven years of age, then Mr. Menkes has found the Fountain of Youth in his humorous outlook on life! ABOUT THE AUTHOR A single native of New York City, Joseph Menkes is a member of the Jewish War Veterans and is enjoying his retirement years by writing and thinking of everything under the sun and the moon. (2004, paperback, 64 pages)


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