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I drink for a reason

Author: David Cross
Publisher: New York : Grand Central Pub., 2009.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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An award-winning comedian, actor, producer, and now author serves up a collection of essays, false memoirs, and laugh-out-loud strange stories.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Cross
ISBN: 9780446579483 0446579483
OCLC Number: 297206892
Description: xv, 236 p., [8] p. of plates : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Don't abandon your baby --
But it's good for you! --
I think rich people are boring --
Minutes of the Development and Programming meeting for Fox Television's new season --
I ain't no this or that --
Woodstock --
Breaking up --
A non-sponsored look at holidays in America --
The mystifying allure of gratuitous luxury --
YourStar.com --
Scrapbooking in Michigan --
I would be the shittiest survivor in history --
A little bit about me, 'cause it's my book --
My memoir-to-be --
A free list of quirks for aspiring independent filmmakers --
Sitting on a pole trying to win some money --
Didja know? --
I hate America! or, I hate America? --
Heaven! --
The five people you meet in limbo --
Ideas for T-shirts to be sold at Urban Outfitters --
In anticipation of reading this right now --
Gay Canada --
You'll never guess!!! --
Sweet Mary J. --
Hey! Free advice! --
Correspondence with Dave Eggers --
Involuntary random thoughts I've had not always when I was pooing but certainly sometimes when I was pooing --
Ask a rabbi! --
A short request to lame friends --
Things to do when you are bored --
The golden age of cowardice --
Top ten top ten lists --
Bill O'Reilly fantasy --
How to play "Mafia," the funnest yet most unnerving game ever invented --
I don't have children --
A short list of videos with babies in them that I have not seen on the internet but most likely exist and I would like to see at some point --
Other ways in which Jews can utilize current technolgy to get around God's strict laws for the Sabbath --
Beef with Jim Belushi --
Cigar corner --
Excerpts from the galley copy of James Frey's latest memoir, Lesson learned --
Original message --
Top ten CDs to listen to while listening to other CDs --
An open letter to Larry the Cable Guy --
We have got to stop calling so many people "heroes" --
Oh, I forgot you could do that --
For the love of God! --
Cigar corner: bonus story! --
Cigar corner, part 2 --
Truck stop --
Letter from the future --
An afterthought.
Responsibility: David Cross.

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An award-winning comedian, actor, producer, and now author serves up a collection of essays, false memoirs, and laugh-out-loud strange stories.

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