Crass Vulgarity and Legal In-Jokes - Well, you won't find much of that in retired judge Gordon Lewis's engaging and humorous romp through life, from a childhood accident (which gave rise to the title) through a series of progressive changes in his legal, quasi-legal and extra-legal career. I suspect that when he eventually drops off his perch they'll have to tape his mouth shut just in case. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book, and so did my wife, for whom I bought it, and who kept reading bits out to me. He also spilt the beans on a lot of things happening in judicial and governmental circles of which I was only dimly aware at the time. There is a tiny bit of vulgarity, and I didn't 'get' one or two of the jokes, but on the whole it was a very pleasurable read, enhanced by the fact of us living in South Geelong near the railway station where the old fart lived as a kid.