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In recent posts by writers, we’ve learned that many of us have pulled the car over to jot down an idea for our novel, poem, short story, or whatever. If we didn’t, the idea would go POOF. Some of my brilliant ideas where captured on the back of an envelope, grocery receipt, or gum wrapper because that was the only paper in the car.

Comedian John Branyon does this bit below where he comments that in the pre-cell phone days of texting and driving, we didn’t need to be warned about the danger of typing and driving. Imagine if we writers took our laptops in the car . . .

I promise it will make you laugh.


If you want to see Mr. Branyon’s take on a Shakespearian re-write of The Three Little Pigs , click here.

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