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Celebutards Hardcover – February 1, 2009
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That brings us to Andrea Peyser's incredible book. As a discriminating consumer, my money and time was well spent on this witty, timely, thoroughly enjoyable narrative. I laughed (out loud and often); I cried (blessed confirmation that I was not alone in this); and most important - I was entertained !!!
As an aside: During the last couple of weeks it seems the entertainment center has shifted from Hollywood to D.C., what with the daily installments of drama and comedic flair. It's called irony.
The argument that entertainers have as much right to free speech as anyone else turns stale when "speech" is a commodity to be purchased by fame money and access to constant media outlets.
Celebrities have become the golden calfs of the current age...
Andrea Pyser has done a great job of beginning to melt them down.
However, Jimmy Carter is not really a "celeb" or a "debutante," and his works at diplomacy are hardly ill-founded. And the tease and insinuation that George Clooney is gay are beyond useless; they make Peyser into the sleazy bozo she claims to be so angry about. Had Andrea ever listened to Bruce Springsteen's well-spokeness or seen his actions or done anything other than listened to his records, she'd realize tha man consistantly puts his money where his mouth is and follows up. She thinks that being a media personality and having an agenda is a bad thing? Dear Madame, YOU'RE ON TV. If you wanna play journalist, start acting like one. Innuendo and knocking what you don't understand doesn't make a book like this any more credible than 30 minutes of Glenn Beck's bird vomit.
Hey, I used to be a fan of Bruce Springsteen. Until I heard him speak and not sing.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Possibly one of the worst books I've read, which is a shame since I completely agree with the concept of the celebutard. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Gordon Marc Cooper
Don't waste your money or your time. This book proves that reputation and fame can sell a book. Talent need not apply.Published 23 months ago by Darcey Miller
The title may offend the retarded. But they cannot read the book anyway, so I do not think the author really cares. ;)Published on November 8, 2013 by Paine
This horrible word needs to die a rapid death. Help it die by not buying this book.
Don't get me wrong, I'm all for making fun of Hollywood wannabees. Read more
I hate it because she used a slur that mocks people with disabilities in the title just to increase sales. Not okay.Published on November 5, 2013 by H. Jacobs
Picked this book up for a penny, and the penny would have been put to better use by tossing it into a fountain and making a wish. Read morePublished on September 7, 2012 by TJ Westwood
"Always outspoken, never pulling any punches, Andrea Peyser shows why it's vitally important that these mental midgets and media whores... Read morePublished on August 21, 2012 by RealRockstarOnly
As the aunt of a woman with severe intellectual disabilities and someone who has worked for decades with people with intellectual disabilities, Andrea Peyser must hate people who... Read morePublished on August 16, 2012 by Kindle Customer
Why I read It
Making fun of egotistical Hollywood celebrities who believe their opinions on world politics are like the gifts from the Gods to us peons down below. Read more