By Lowell D. Streiker
Lowell Streiker's Encyclopedia of Humor presents ample ''good fresh fun'' everytime you want inspirational slices of existence, bracing quips, quotable knowledge, or a clean dose of nonsense to counterpoint your sermons or talks
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