Relative Genius chronicles a variety of the funny, silly, and misguided things said and done by adults. It might be from a relative, a friend, or the relative genius of strangers that think of themselves as intelligent. It could be considered a malapropism, an eggcorn, or a misspoken idiom. Whatever the category, they are perfect for a good laugh, which we all should do more. Relative Genius is a compilation of humorous short reads from real life situations. You can consume it for five minutes after work to de-stress or invite friends over to share samples over drinks. If you want to feel better about yourself, or just feel like roaring with laughter, then this book is for you.
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Ron Lang was born in Louisville, KY. He is a graduate of the University of Kentucky. Ron spent a number of years coaching college and high school football from Maine to South Texas. He has also coached wrestling, power-lifting and track and field. Coach Lang’s tutoring has helped numerous student-athletes receive athletic scholarships and some have even advanced to the professional ranks. Ron, himself, has corporate world experience in the asset management and insurance industries. He has now gone into private business “to ensure that the clients’ interest come first.”
Ron enjoys learning new things such as how to operate a locomotive, photography, and working with airplanes. He spends a lot of his time assisting with community events and helping non-profits. He is an active supporter of the local children’s advocacy centers and the firefighters’ association. Ron’s hobbies are fishing, playing golf, reading, and watching college sports.
Ron and his wife live in Texas, where they frequently attend sporting events of the kids in their family. They don’t have children together, but as Ron likes to say “She is the size of one and I act like one, so we have it covered.” Ron started his author journey with “Relative Genius” as a promise to his mother. His writing is directed toward telling great stories and bringing more positivity into the world. His next project, set to publish in August 2019, will deliver the need to know stories of people making a difference in our everyday world.