Any one that likes the Penn and Teller act will love this book. Like the previous one, "God No!" its mostly little stories about Penn's life. This one had more about how Penn and Teller became Penn and Teller.
It's all interesting, and mostly humorous.
His Late-Late Show is on WAY too late for me to watch, so I hardly ever see him, but the title seemed interesting and I gave it a try. First, Craig reading Craig was the best part, his voice is interesting to listen to.
Its not War and Peace, but an interesting story, told well, with humor and humility.
I don't know if there's a name for the narrator's speech pattern, but IT IS SO ANNOYING. The first part of each sentence is okay, but he does something with EVERY last syllable. Like if the last word in the sentence was "end", he'd do something like "ennnNNNnndah"I couldn't listen to more than 10 minutes of the book.
YES! I have listened/read/watched other what I'll call
That daycare centers affiliated with a religion do not have the same regulations as far as child safety as the non-religious ones. What kind of a deal is that? Child safety concerns should be universal, either its a good idea to keep medicines locked away or it isn't, for example.
This was an interesting listen. I was a little surprised that the author is clearly writing to a female audience, when I thought the topic was of interest to both sexes. The point is small, and barely distracts.
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