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Pretty Good Joke Book by Garrison Keillor
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Pretty Good Joke Book (2000)

by Garrison Keillor

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A lot of jokes, most of them funny, used on the Prairie Home Companion joke show. This will bring a smile to the face.
  Fledgist | May 5, 2012 |
Pretty Good Joke Book. HighBridge Company, St. Paul, MN, 2000. A collection of jokes from the Prairie Home Companion joke shows. Pretty funny. Is there another word for ``synonym?''
  BrianDewey | Jul 30, 2007 |
Droll as its title, pure Garrison Keillor. ( )
  edwin.gleaves | Jun 26, 2007 |
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The New York Times came out with a big story in the spring of 2005 saying flatly that The Joke Is Dead.
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The "Pretty Good Joke Book" includes all of the jokes from the first nine Prairie Home Companion Joke Shows.

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