I have always enjoyed hearing Adam on Howard Stern and loved him on the Man Show. There are some funny parts of this book, but it's a lot more of him just hating people. When Sam Kinnison talked about hating people it was funny. But when Adam does it, it comes across as just hate. He hates Valet Parkers. He hates security people at Disneyland who have to follow the rules. When he got to the part about how he hates Sid and Marty Kroft, I thought "Now this will be funny. He'll go off an explanation of how Sigmund the Sea Monster was not his favorite show." But instead he just says they are terrible writers and that he hates them. Not a lot of funny stuff to back it up.
As much as I like Adam Corolla, I don't recommend this audio book.
It's funny, really funny. Society has gone nuts and his take is well worth a listen. Metrosexuals should skip this and go for an $8 Starbucks.
Wow, I really thought I liked Adam Carolla but upon hearing his world view I am no longer a fan. Adam is very forthright in the beginning of this book by admitting he is dumb, i.e. he doesn't know how to read or write due to his focus on sports in high-school and the fact that he was just passed over from grade to grade.
That admission aside, he then goes on to actually prove his stupidity by attempting to explain how he thinks US tax policy should work. Great, an admitted moron now thinks he is smart enough to develop a fair system of taxation. Purely due to the fact that he is a friend of Jimmy Kimmel, this ass-wipe thinks that he "worked hard" and "earned" all his millions of dollars in annual income. Loser here would still be a high-school drop-out and digging ditches for $7.00 and hour if not for Jimmy Kimmel. He has zero talent and has zero work for all the millions in income he has. Given that he luckily sneaked into the upper-class purely by knowing someone who has talent, he then goes on to rationalize his millions and to rant on our current taxation system. Specifically, that the rich are over taxed in the US! He is angry that the top 1% of the US pay 40% of the taxes in the US. Really? Well maybe you should also mention that the richest 1% of the US also owns as much as the combined wealth of the bottom 90%, or perhaps even more, before you start ranting that the poor rich people in the US are over-taxed.
What a total douchey ass-wipe. Unsubscribing from his podcast now.
The great Adam carolla can do no wrong. If you are familiar with his work you will love this audio.
If you are a Carolla fan, this is a must!
I definitely would
This is a story of rags to riches. Adam Carolla is known for Crank Yankers, The Man Show with Jimmy Kimmel, Love Line with Dr. Drew and many other endeavors. In this book, which is a version of an autobiography, it turns out that he is truly a down to earth, smart and above all else funny. He is someone that I would love to hang out with and share some Mangria or a beer!
Yes. Hearing Adam talk about the stories gives greater insight.
God No by Penn from Penn and Teller. They both share a lot of their personal in the stories.
Hearing about his two front doors.
It was a really funny book
Great book, funny stories!
I listened to it on a long trip and almost had a accident due to laughing constantly and sometimes to the point i couldnt breath.
talking about his teen years
laugh till you pee
Listening to sanity being explained so directly and Adam Carolla's narration is spot on
A to Z
The entire book
Adam Carolla, sometimes, is a bit frustrating listening to on his podcast because he's always in high gear and repeats himself a lot. In this book he's straight ahead from the station to home!
Among comedy, there is no equal in audiobooks. This had me dying of laughter the entire duration.
It's hard to name a single one. I really liked his truck kill switch.
It's natural. You can tell he isn't reading it to you. He is ranting and storytelling ad hoc and that makes it more enjoyable.
It's hit or miss. Be warned you will most likely be offended or off put by some of his comments. A lot makes sense but some might make you cringe. I believe he flat out says men are smarter than women and that we should send kids with peanut allergies to an island. If you can brush that off and realize he is a just a comedian with exagerated opinions, some parts really are true/wise. It's just intermingled with half baked opinions.
Hilarious but depends on the listener. Feminists, homosexuals, etc enter at your own risk.