Funny is all I have to say. LOL
This is really funny. Like another reviewer pointed out, you have to have been alive during the early 90s to fully appreciate a lot of the jokes. But I like David Letterman and this was a funny stroll down memory lane with quite a few laughs.
1991 edition - so some seem dated, but most are timeless, rude, tasteless, clever, and laugh-out-loud funny!
Funnier than heck and then some.
To fully understand the humor of this book, you have to be familiar with the references he makes. This book was written in the early 90s, so you need to be familiar with the first George Bush and Dan Qualye, as well as the headlines from that time.
very good brand new never read
Top ten reasons to trade for this book: 10) We may never pass this way again. 9) Lists are easier to read than paragraphs. 8) Reading Letterman saves you the pain of watching him. 7) I need a credit. 6) You'll have a role model for writing your own dumb lists. 5) It's a cheap Christmas gift for your favorite enemy. 4) Hmm, I forget what number four is. 3) You'll learn celebrities' tricks for earning big bucks without doing anything. (See how easy it is? I'm doing it now.) 2) You can take the book in your car and when you see a homeless person with a sign that says, "Why lie? I need a beer" you can give him the book instead and rescue him from a terrible habit. 1) If you hated it like I did, you can always post it back onto the PBS website and some sucker will trade for it. Happy reading!