The Middle-Age of Aquarius

The Middle Age of Aquarius If you re not already familiar with the work of online humor columnist Barry Parham here s your chance to get to know him e man the Chicago Tribute has called the next Mark Twain no they didn t e gu

  • Title: The Middle-Age of Aquarius
  • Author: Barry Parham
  • ISBN: 9781461006503
  • Page: 215
  • Format: Paperback
  • If you re not already familiar with the work of online humor columnist Barry Parham, here s your chance to get to know him e man the Chicago Tribute has called the next Mark Twain no, they didn t e guy David Ladderman, Jay Limo others depend on for new material no, they don t e acclaimed wit known to the staff at the Miami Harold as the funniIf you re not already familiar with the work of online humor columnist Barry Parham, here s your chance to get to know him e man the Chicago Tribute has called the next Mark Twain no, they didn t e guy David Ladderman, Jay Limo others depend on for new material no, they don t e acclaimed wit known to the staff at the Miami Harold as the funniest man since Mark Twain actually, they never met a man the New Yorker Times considers to be just a bit taller than Mark Twain this is true, because Mark Twain died So hop aboard for Barry s fourth collection of looks at play, work, art, TV, cultural norms a very short chapter, that one , ads, fads, politics, the internet, anti social networking, and why the end of the world might be late And yes, Straw Heads, the ferrets are back Includes these award winning stories Comfortably Dumb Snowblind The Zodiac Buzz Killer

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    About “Barry Parham”

    1. Barry Parham

      Barry Parham is the award winning author of humor columns, essays and short stories He is a recovering software freelancer and a music fanatic.Parham is the author of the 2009 sleeper, Why I Hate Straws, his debut collection of humor and satire including the prize winning stories, Going Green, Seeing Red Driving Miss Conception In October 2010, Parham published Sorry, We Can t Use Funny, another award winning collection of general topic satire and humor, and the targeted Blush Politics and other unnatural acts He followed up in 2011 with The Middle Age of Aquarius, a growing old but not so gracefully vehicle for the award winners Comfortably Dumb, Snowblind and The Zodiac Buzz Killer Full Frontal Stupidity 2012 , Parham s 5th collection of humor, satire and observations, features award winning stories, including Skirts vs Skins and Scenes From a Maul He followed up the next year with a brace of collections, Chariots of Ire and You Gonna Finish That Dragon and most recently published his 8th compilation, Maybe It s Just Me Parham s work has also been featured in three national humor anthologies My Funny Valentine 2011 Open Doors Fractured Fairy Tales 2012 My Funny Major Medical 2012

    779 thoughts on “The Middle-Age of Aquarius”

    1. “And just when everybody stops being worried about mental health, June sneaks up on us with National Accordion Awareness Month. Man, that’s cold. That’s just wrong.” ~ Barry ParhamWriting or reading humour is an entirely different beast from a novel. The pacing’s different, the tone’s lighter, and it usually makes you laugh more. Unless the writer is doing something entirely wrong. In which case the book has backfired. I’ve read many humour compilations. Some of them are from colum [...]


    2. Barry Parham’s, “The Middle Age of Aquarius,” should come with a warning: While reading this book, spontaneous combustions of laugh-o-zoids (LMAOROTF) will inevitably break out and interact with your tear-atrical ducts (located in the corner of your eyes) rendering you temporarily verbally challenged and in need of a tissue. This is often followed by temporary bladder-overactory and in need of a different kind of tissue. The anecdote is to continue reading while trying to regain control of [...]


    3. Intelligent and Irreverent - Parham Strikes Again!In his latest foray into the full-length "literary" format, THE MIDDLE-AGE OF AQUARIUS, Barry Parham befuddles, amazes, provokes, enlightens, and most of all, entertains.As a member of Parham's middle-aged generation, I found myself wandering through the stages of my existence, a big smile on my face, amazed at the clarity of Barry's memory of MY LIFE. At many points I nearly fell out of my chair laughing . . . and I was in a barca-lounger!Is the [...]


    4. When I first started reading this book I was instantly confused. It took me a couple of articles to find my rhythm with this book but once I did I found the book amusing enough. I can't say it made me hold my sides laughing, but I appreciated the satire of our American society. This is one of those books that if you wish to read you need to be up to date on current events and have a decent understanding on the workings (or non-workings according to Parham) of American government. Parham uses a s [...]


    5. I graciously received a signed copy of this book through first reads giveaway.This book is a ranting/article book based on the writings of the author. It is supposed to be found humorous, but I found it mildy witty at best. To be fair, I could just be too young and this author has geared his writings to an older generation.I thought it was just ok, lots of political stuff, but others may find it hilarious.



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