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on June 13, 2010
He had to start somewhere. I became aware of Greg Gutfeld by watching Red Eye. While traces of his signature humor are plentiful, this is a flip through book and nothing more. If you're looking for Greg as you know him, get "From the Land of Pork Scratchings," which ends with his job offer for Red Eye.
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on December 24, 2012
This book had my whole family laughing so hard, tears streamed down their cheeks. You have to have a sense of humor, and a special one at that, to appreciate this book.
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on March 17, 2015
Nowhere near as good as his first Scorecard book.
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on January 25, 1999
The underlying stupidity of corporate America has not been satirized so successfully since the days when Lee Iacocca roamed the business landscape like a giant influential thing. Gutfeld is peerless, except for his sock puppet, when it comes to this sort of thing. Clearly, Gutfeld's experience as the head of several Fortune 500 companies (and his current work as the innovative head of offered him the unique opportunity to befriend the lazy oaf known as the American worker. In fact, he was probably involved in downsizing your mother out of her job. Whatever you do, read this book! You'll never look at your stupid job in the same way again! After reading this book your on-the-job outlook will dramtically improve--you'll be walking on air, you'll shake hands more efficiently, become more proficient at sneaking peaks down the blouses of coworkers and be nominated as floor leader for mandatory fire drills! Having achieved such dizzying success, you'll find yourself on the autobahn to the corporate boardroom. Life as you know it--a predictable, unexciting series of breaths--will never be the same. For the love of God, buy this book!
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on July 12, 2014
Sorry, Gutfeld, love ya to death but not the best book I've ever read. Kind of outdated and was probably funnier in its time. Meh.
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