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The author contradicts himself so many times, I have to keep looking to see just how many authors wrote this nonsense. Waste of time and money. Snark.Published 1 month ago by Brian Pinette
Denby truly hasn't regard for talent. See his Dark Knight review for details.Published 11 months ago by J R
Is there any new information in this book? Self grandiosity exists. We are insecure. We think irony has substance, or at least pretend. Wait, was that snarky?Published 19 months ago by Anne M Hess
I found the information in this book mostly anecdotal. The reader of the book is not Denby but a William Dufris, whose voice may have been chosen because his tone is snarky. Read morePublished on February 19, 2013 by S. Lindow
"Perhaps that's one reason why writers of snark seem so bitter. They know they are cutting the path of their own extinction. Read morePublished on November 13, 2012 by mateo52
The subtitle of _Snark_ is "It's Mean, It's Personal, and It's Ruining the Conversation."
That author Denby proceeds to tell us what snark is and then unleashes snark on... Read more
I knew I was in trouble when the book kicked things off by stating that Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert do not use snark. Read morePublished on December 8, 2011 by Aaron Silverman
...of being only the second book I have ever thrown in the garbage, so that no one else would waste a moment of their precious time reading my copy. Read morePublished on July 3, 2011 by lovemydanes
Whenever a conservative makes a comment, it is mean-spirited and 'snark'; whenever a liberal makes a comment it is well-reasoned and insightful brilliance.Published on August 30, 2010 by Boiler