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Advance Praise for Rubber Balls and Liquor
“One of the most touching, eye-opening historical accounts---one day I may even read it.”
“This is definitely the loudest book I have ever read. It changed my life. After reading it I decided to go through transgender surgery.”
“Gilbert is the funniest man alive. He is the comic genius of our generation. This book proves he is the Picasso of the cubist-dick joke.”
“Truly the funniest book ever, by one of the funniest guys on the planet!”
---Paul Shaffer, musical director, Late Show with David Letterman
“More than a national treasure, he’s a secret weapon. If we had had Gilbert Gottfried in World War II, Hitler would have given up in 1942.”
"This book crosses the line of good taste. I loved it."
Very, very entertaining. But I love Gottfried and most of what he does. He is a genius of our times.Published 1 month ago by John Snell
Gilbert explains his comedy / behavior, but pulls his punches and skips the most outrageous incidents. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Martin Krikorian
worst crap I ever sit still for. couldn't even get into it.
even trying to imagine him reading me to sleep.
what a mess.
at least hes honest about it. Read more
it was purchased as a gift for someone who is a big fan of Gilbert Gottfried. He was really pleased with the book.Published 15 months ago by bandmom
I don't find humor in this author's writing. His vulgar language and subject matter are not funny or interesting in any way. Read morePublished 17 months ago by LaVonne
As a comic, I like Gilbert and find him funny - really like him on the "Roasts" too - but I did not like the book at all - told you very little about him; and I could not find the... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Scuba1
I'm a big fan of Gilbert Gottfried's comedy but I was somewhat disappointed with the book. The first part of the book is filled with stories of his early childhood and career that... Read morePublished on December 21, 2011 by Marvin C.
I have to admit that I was disappointed in this book. I decided to purchase it based on an interview I heard with Gottfried about the book. Read morePublished on July 12, 2011 by Robert J. Karp