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I'm Not Crazy, But I Might Be A Carrier: Infectious Inspiration From Comedian Charles Marshall    by Charles Marshall order for
I'm Not Crazy, But I Might Be A Carrier
by Charles Marshall
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Kregel, 2008 (2008)
* *   Reviewed by Leslie McKee

In I'm Not Crazy, But I Might Be A Carrier, singer/songwriter turned comedian Charles Marshall shares his views on topics such as marriage (Marital Tips for the Groom-to-Be, New House Purchase, and Birthing Faith), holidays (A Man's Approach to Valentine's Day, The Choices of Thanksgiving, and The Santa Recall Vote) and health issues (Med Depot, Tough Guys Don't Need Novocain, and Mom's Cold Remedies).

The reader will appreciate Marshall's views on controversial topics, such as exercise plans. He proposes a diet that includes eating more grease (to slide things through the arteries), getting less exercise (so we do not wear out too quickly), gaining weight (to protect our organs from stray bullets) and seeking more stress (to make us stronger). He points out that God typically uses the most unlikely people ... even us humans who are like 'mutant rat dogs' - not attractive, but still loved by God.

Although the book seems to come to an abrupt end, each chapter/topic is interspersed with scripture that is designed to remind the reader that no matter what is going on in your life - God is in control.

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