Let's focus on what's good about White's jokes: he makes a whole lot of sense. Take for instance, his insight on "Don't Shake a Baby" - a joke that states the obvious. Apparently, Apple should pay attention to Ron White - as they didn't know it was a problem until a ton of people reported its "Baby Shaker" software was offensive.
You also get the impression that White is very patriotic, based on many of his military jokes and the fact that he served in the Vietnam War. Again, his observations are quite hilarious, from changing the complicated US color alerts to simply "get a helmet" and "put on the helmet" or selling the Navy's miltary bases to Israel as "ocean front properties".
Many of White's jokes are based on his life's experiences. For instance, his (one of his many, I'm sure) arrest for drug processions for "half an eight of weed".... which he considers is "out of weed". His sex jokes are a bit raunchy, and really not family-friendly. Also, to tell you the turth, his jokes about fat people are really offensive - but if you can't laugh about it, you may want to avoid Ron White altogether.
One of the thing that White does really good, especially on this Behavioral Problems recording is that his wit is top-notch. He made a few verbal errors, like saying "peaches" instead of "pizzas" or "UFO" instead of "USO" or when he forgets the punchline to his unfinished "pedicure" joke. Instead of sounding stupid, he actually makes jokes about his mistake, you just have to hear to know what I'm talking about. The mistake jokes actually sounds like it was all part of the plan, and that's what makes White so good.
White is currently on tour. Many of these shows are double appearances because of the Grammy nominations and Comedy Central are boosting his popularity. If you've just seen Ron White's Behavioral Problems on Comedy Central a few weeks ago, the good news is that you can now pick up the DVD or CD at most retailers or at his live shows. Some perks if you decide to buy it is that the DVD or CD are uncensored, so you can actually hear what Ron is saying.