The funniest man in the world while telling the truth about everything from religions to politics. A man I respect for having the guts to tell it like he sees it. Where was he when all we had was Timothy Leary???? I guess he was listening too.
It was great. I love how comedy and this was like 5 hours of his stand-up. Highly recommended.
I just didn't enjoy this listen. I've never listened to anything else by Lewis Black so maybe he's just not my kinda guy, but I found most of his points sort of illogical and so not very funny.
Lewis Black's sharp wit is turned toward an often laughable topic that has dogged humanity since its inception. He takes it off at the knees!
His own experiences with Judaism.
Jesus, of course!
I laughed my #%£!! Off!!!!
Even if you're not a fan of Black, you will have a good time.
I really like Lewis Black and his relentless energy.
NO! The screaming can be a little too intense. Small doses is OK, but listening for too long can be exhausting.
His unique no-nonsense attitude is enjoyable and hilarious. Not only I laughed, I also learned about the irony of humans on this earth.
I'm a fan of Lewis Black, and several parts of this audiobook/presentation are kind of funny, talking about Jerry Falwell, etc.... The vast majority is extremely dull and boring--the jokes fall flat. Lewis Black is hilarious--I love anything I've heard from him released from stand-up sessions, politics, and "Moo-cow f--- milk" but was very disappointed with this audiobook.
Having watched Mr. Black on television and in-person, I was aware of his biting intelligence and wit. More subtle is his sensitivity about our bizarre and sometimes upside-down world. After hearing this book I decided I appreciated another side to Mr. Black, his courage. It takes courage to write a book like this as a public figure and as a comedian. The stories in this book are thoughtful and thought provoking, allowing the reader a glimpse of a spiritual life rich with revelation and consternation.
Can the stories be believed? Mr. Black's search and acknowledgement lead him though experiences that I can validate in my own searches as a Jew who doesn't believe in traditional religions for reasons too plentiful to elucidate here. I do know that there are many things in our world that science has yet to discover the how's and why's of, and many things that don't kowtow to the 'New Age' philosophies either. So where does that leave us? Continuously curious about our lives and our world, so let's get on with it!