Stories I Tell: A Comics Random Attempts To Make Some Sense Out of Nonsense Paul DAngelo

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Stories I Tell: A Comics Random Attempts To Make Some Sense Out of Nonsense  by  Paul DAngelo

Stories I Tell: A Comics Random Attempts To Make Some Sense Out of Nonsense by Paul DAngelo
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Paul Murphy spent eleven years as an Essex County, Massachusetts Assistant District Attorney, supervising several of the Commonwealths busiest district courthouses, before building a reputation as a noted criminal-defense trial attorney. TheMorePaul Murphy spent eleven years as an Essex County, Massachusetts Assistant District Attorney, supervising several of the Commonwealths busiest district courthouses, before building a reputation as a noted criminal-defense trial attorney.

The unexpected twist to this story is that, at the same time, under the pseudonym of Paul DAngelo, Paul was simultaneously becoming one of the nations top stand-up comedians with appearances at venues from Boston, to New York, to Vegas, the West Coast and a great deal of stops in between.The Los Angeles Times once called comedian DAngelo quite likely the funniest entertainer youve never heard of...yet.Known as a prolific creator of intelligent, introspective and reflective humor that everyone can relate to...men and women, young and old, blue or white collar...there are still numerous comedy routines, funny stories and anecdotes that Paul rarely gets an opportunity to share with his live audiences.DAngelos book, Stories I Tell: A Comics Random Attempts to Make Some Sense Out of Nonsense, presents many of these comedic treasures in a random collection of entertaining musings, which range in subject matter from hilarious courtroom stories, to the dilemma facing an unhappy Eva Braun as she contemplates breaking-up with Hitler- from a stand-up comics life in Hollywood, to being attacked by a Great White Shark in his own water-bed- and from satirical commentary on contemporary society, to Pauls awkward attempts at conversation while having lunch with Jesus.DAngelos constantly evolving and diverse selection of original material takes normal everyday experiences and spins them into hilarious yarns.

Its a fun, easy read with unique observations and down to earth stop-and-think humor.



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