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Rollicking humor from a great wit, including, "Reports of my death are greatly exaggerated".
The world of sport has produced some memorable characters - yet the wit demonstrated off the track often scores even higher. For athletic wisecracks and champion comebacks, Sporting Wit is top of its field. Contenders for jocular gold include Muhammad Ali and Murray Walker, while among the gagsters in the grandstands are Oscar Wilde, Robbie Williams and Albert Einstein. All ensure that Sporting Wit hits the bull's eye.
Humorous animal photos are captioned with witty one-liners that touch on virtually every aspect of our lives. The threefold purpose of this clever little gift book is to provoke a smile, remind the reader of typical human foibles, and inspire readers to recognize something of themselves in the humorous phrases. For instance, a typical photo shows a family of lazy walruses lounging at the seashore, and the accompanying caption reads: “Exercise is a dirty word. Every time I hear it, I wash my mouth out with chocolate.” Close-up, black-and-white photos appear on every two-page spread, and each cleverly-captioned picture reminds us that animals and human beings have more in common than we sometimes like to admit.
Great Hollywood Wit rollicks with hilarious movie lines and backstage zingers-smart, tart, and (in Sir John Gielgud's case) wicked: "Ingrid Bergman speaks five languages and can't act in any of them." Julia Roberts, fashion buff: "I only put clothes on so that I'm not naked when I go out shopping." Retiring Burt Reynolds: "You can only hold your stomach in for so many years." Great Hollywood Wit is an unequaled cavalcade of hilarity that you'll laugh through again and again. A wonderful one-of-a-kind gift.
America's Renaissance Man is quoted on democracy, public policy, slavery, and morals.

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