Never Stand Behind A Sneezing Cow & Other Tales from

Never Stand Behind A Sneezing Cow & Other Tales from Foggy Crossing [PDF / EPUB] Never Stand Behind A Sneezing Cow & Other Tales from Foggy Crossing Live recording of Michael Perry performing humorous stories from Foggy Crossing, a small town in northern Wisconsin where ones true love is declared on bug deflectors, the state animal is the concrete Live recording Behind A Kindle × of Michael Perry performing humorous stories from Foggy Crossing, a small town in northern Wisconsin where ones true love is declared on bug deflectors, the state animal is the concrete deer lawn ornament, and the four food groups are cheese, milk, beer, and cheeseTwo roughlyminute sides addressing high culture in low places, Fightin Frogs football, parade floats gone bad, the fine art of manure spreader maintenance, coon dogs and the people who love them, things you should never say in Never Stand MOBI :ß an ambulance, Mavis Turners Love Guide, the truth about deer hunting in Wisconsin, and of course, this business about the cowRecorded live at the Unitarian Fellowship Hall, Eau Claire, Wisconsin, March ,.


10 thoughts on “Never Stand Behind A Sneezing Cow & Other Tales from Foggy Crossing

  1. says:

    Fans of Lake Woebegone would love this This standup sounds like readings from Michael Perry s books or essays and is all based on humorous hyperbolic tales of small town Foggy Crossing, WI, full of blustering farmers, gossiping farm wives, cows, trucks, and inept volunteer fire department volunteers The material is funny butpredictable than Perry s other live recording The Clodhopper Monologues This one is told in a hokey don cha know accent, and is told in third person rather than fi Fans of Lake Woebegone would love this This standup sounds like readings from Michael Perry s books or essays and is all based on humorous hyperbolic tales of small town Foggy Crossing, WI, full of blustering farmers, gossiping farm wives, cows, trucks, and inept volunteer fire department volunteers The material is funny butpredictable than Perry s other live recording The Clodhopper Monologues This one is told in a hokey don cha know accent, and is told in third person rather than first person I definitely prefer the latter title, which hasnatural delivery and comes off assincere This feelslike a stage performance as a character than the author telling biographical stories live


  2. says:

    Perry has woven familiar and unique one liners in his description of Foggy Crossing, a rural Wisconsin town I appreciated his unique material best, but found myself laughing at the familiar as well.


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