I Had the Right to Remain Silent-- but I Didn't Have the AbilityBook - 2006
Following Jeff Foxworthy and Larry the Cable Guy from the Blue Collar Comedy Tour to the page, Ron White (affectionately known as Tater Salad) delivers the laughs in his distinctive and beloved down-home style. Fans of Ron Whites perfectly-phrased everyman gripes and raunchy, grinning asides* will find much to appreciate here. He riffs on everything from obnoxious designer sunglass salesmen to his wifes wealthy but stingy family, and he revisits some of his most famous characters, such as his troublesome dog Sluggo (He ran away all day. He was gone for ten hours. So, to punish him, when he came home I took him for a walk.).Best of all, Whites hilarious material is accompanied here by clever artistic interpretations, courtesy of illustrator Matthew Schulz. BACKCOVER: Ron Whites comedy is about as understated as a chainsaw, and twice as sharp. STAR TRIBUNE(MINNEAPOLIS) Whites inspired comic mind finds a dozen sources of humor where the average comic would find only one or two, while making a fine art of the deadpan style. DAILY VARIETY
Publisher: New York : Dutton, 2006.
Branch Call Number: B WHITE RON
Characteristics: 304 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.