Fathaer of two, employed full time, married. Active runner.
The first run through of the audiobook was good and lively. The replay with slight additions- not so much- adding new material is fine but the entire replay was redundant and distracting, it took away from the overall experience.
Never heard of this guy before. However, he has interesting points of views of ordinary situations and tells them hilariously.
Carlin's material is made to be listened to. A lot of the sarcastic, snarky emotion would get lost without his voice. I would love the collection so much more if I hadn't heard so many of the jokes in "Life is Worth Losing" and "Parental Advisory." I love how his material isn't typically laugh-out-loud punchline material, but more of things that get you thinking. A master at his best.
Would your life make a good movie? Live a good story.
If you don't mind a bunch of cuss words, you have more of a likelihood of enjoying this book (or first paragraph) than I did.