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Dirty Jokes and Beer: Stories of the Unrefined Hardcover – September 17, 1997
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The first part of the book deals primarily with humor and some of Carey's personal views on life. I felt that this was the best part of the book, full of great jokes and blunt, but fair criticism of politics, hollywood living, and other aspects of life in general. There was little coverage given to Carey's personal life history. I would have liked it if he had said a little more on this subject. Drew included a section of pictures that will surprise the reader. You won't believe that some of these pictures are really Drew Carey.
At the end of the book is a section of short stories that Drew Carey wrote himself. These "stories of the unrefined" are ok, but I would have preferred to read more humor.
Been sexually molested as a child changes your life forever. I hope he has had some help getting through that.