Laugh If You Like, Ain't a Damn Thing Funny by Lurma Rackley
The Life story of Ralph ''Petey'' Greene as told to Lurma Rackley

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" Ralph ""Petey"" Greene was a comic genius who spent years ""clowning around"" and spiraling to life's lowest depths. Then he conned, rhymed, and ""speechified"" his way to heights he hardly dared imagine, using lessons from his unconventional grandmother. He gained national recognition with ""Petey Greene's Washington,"" on cable (BET), and when he signed off with, ""I'll tell it to the hot, I'll tell it to the cold, I'll tell it to the young, I'll tell it to the old, I don't want no laughin', I don't want no cryin', and most of all, no signifyin' ...,"" viewers asked, ""Who IS this man?""
Laugh ... answers and introduces two characters destined to capture hearts.

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Published February 16, 2007 by Xlibris. 268 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Humor & Entertainment. Non-fiction

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