Who is Dave Barry

David McAlister Barry (born July 3, 1947) is an American author and columnist who wrote a nationally syndicated humor column for the Miami Herald from 1983 to 2005. He has also written numerous books of humor and parody, as well as comic novels and children's novels. Barry's honors include the Pulitzer Prize for Commentary (1988) and the Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism (2005).

Barry has defined a sense of humor as "a measurement of the extent to which we realize that we are trapped in a world almost totally devoid of reason. Laughter is how we express the anxiety we feel at this knowledge."

Early life and education

Barry was born in Armonk, New York where his father, David W. Barry, was a Presbyterian minister. He was educated at Wampus ...
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Skyno_abdul: luddy dave – plenty talk ft. barry jhay
Markgoodw_in: “the first and the biggest truth about writing is that we all—you, i, and dave barry—can use more criticism. we would be a lot more professional if we took more of it.”
Dubabasketball: i haven't been able to slam-dunk the basketball for the past five years. or, for the thirty-eight years before that, either. ~dave barry
Rollingunits: duktorsett - duktor’s appointment b red - good music for bad days (ep) mo’believe - odù (album) jam boy ft dtac - money enny jay x jaywillz - belinda luddy dave x barry jhay - plenty talk j. martins - gimme love gnewzy - db szn
Benshapiro: if aaron judge surpasses 61 home runs, he is the legitimate home run king. as calculated here, 18 of barry bonds' 73 hrs likely would have landed in the ballpark if he hadn't been on the roids. similar story applies with mcgwire and sosa.
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Some Wretched creature, savior take
 by Emily Dickinson


Some Wretched creature, savior take
Who would exult to die
And leave for thy sweet mercy's sake
Another Hour to me


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