Book Description: A man broke into a residence, stole a TV, and made a clean getaway but was later arrested while reentering the home--he had forgotten to steal the remote control. A bank robber was apprehended by a police officer on foot after the crook got his getaway car stuck in rush-hour traffic. Hard to believe the stupidity? This is just the tip of the iceberg. Leland Gregory, a former writer for "Saturday Night Live, banks on the laughable things people do and say for his livelihood. His books include the "New York Times best-seller, "America's Dumbest Criminals, Great Government Goofs!, The Stupid Crook Book, and "What's the Number for 911?, which sold 100,000 copies. It seems there's no shortage of material for "The Stupid Crook Calendar. Consider this statistic: On average, forty-five bank robbers a year are caught because they write their holdup notes on the backs of their own deposit slips. With this many thickheaded thieves, Leland Gregory will never be out of work.