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Why we suck : a feel good guide to staying fat, loud, lazy and stupid

Author: Denis Leary
Publisher: New York : Viking, 2008.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The four-time Emmy-nominated comic satirist of Rescue Me presents irreverent cultural observations about how society is taking itself too seriously, in an account that shares anecdotes from his Irish-Catholic upbringing, high-pressure family life, and work as a performing artist.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Denis Leary
ISBN: 9780670031603 0670031607
OCLC Number: 213308783
Description: xvi, 240 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Doctor's note --
A second note from the doctor --
Why everyone hates us --
Your kids are not cute --
Please drug your children --
I had sex with Kathie Lee Gifford (and she was amazing) --
Bullies R Us --
Autism shmautism --
Famous dead kids --
Nuns, tits, booze and my mom --
Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome in utero --
Self-esteem this --
Matt Dillon is a giant fag --
Your cat sucks fish heads in hell --
Grande vente mocha Oprah chai --
Does this bomb make my ass look fat? --
Testicle-colored towels --
This is your brain on semen --
We'd hate you even if you weren't black --
The pope is a pimp --
The asshole olympics --
Someone tell my mom that cell phones cause cancer.
Responsibility: Denis Leary.
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Attacks the politically correct, the hypocritical, the obese, the thin - basically everyone who takes themselves too seriously. This book unravels the author's Irish Catholic upbringing, the folly of  Read more...

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