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I Drink for a Reason (Paperback)

Author:  David Cross
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0446697710
ISBN-13: 9780446697712
Sku: 212937192
Publish Date: 8/25/2010
Pages:  236
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In his "New York Times" bestseller, award-winning comedian, actor, producer, and author Cross serves up a collection of essays, false memoirs, and laugh-out-loud strange stories.
Any description of David Cross will inevitably be filled with many contradictory contradictions and quotation marks. For instance, although his last name is "Cross," and the cross is known to be a prominent symbol of the Christian faith, David is actually an atheist (who may or may not be Jewish, depending on who you ask). Also, while David's first name, "David," is also the first name of a major character in the Bible, David is still an atheist (or a Jew). Perhaps even more bewilderingly, David Cross has often been overheard bragging to taxi and rickshaw drivers that he is a "comedian," although no one has ever heard David Cross tell a joke. While he has been known to get onstage and read verbatim from the newspaper, or dial up Rickey Henderson's answering machine, or ponder the jingoistic hi-jinks of our infallible leaders, David does not do comedy bits detailing his romantic pratfalls or the expiration date of sour cream. He tells the horrible, horrible truth, except that he replaces the horror with humor, and sometimes adds a dash of lore, and couldn't we all use a little more lore in our lives? Oh, and he also wrote a book, apparently.

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Product attributeBook Format:   Paperback
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0236
Product attributePublisher:   Grand Central Publishing
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