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That's true, in that he had the advantage of growing up in Hart County, where anyone who was tempted to add "de la" to his name would have had to do so with the knowledge that from then on his very approach would cause anyone he went to high school with to fall down laughing. Still, if you think a suspended sentence will do, just say so.
Lander's book, Fall Down Laughing, for ideas on how to laugh at what can seem unlaughable.
David Lander, who is best known for playing Squiggy in the 1970s hit show Laverne & Shirley, has given a voice to the disease through his critically acclaimed biography, Fall Down Laughing. The book features Lander's unique humor and chronicles his experiences with MS.