I don't think so.
This was therapy for Steve Bluestein. If you don't suffer from depression, you could by the time you reach the end of this book. Also, about 3/4 of the way through this book he keeps repeating what he said before, sometimes more than once.
He was good, which is probably why I listened to the end.
It started off funny, There were some funny parts through out the book but it was mostly therapy because his mother was rotten to him. Also he spent a great deal of time name dropping, maybe it had something to do with his insecurity problems. Even worse is that he had to go into detail about everyone of his friends who died.
While this book brought back a lot of memories I was very disappointed with the lack of content to laugh about. In a nutshell, this book really isn't very funny.
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