It was interesting. It had some really, laugh out loud moments, not many but some. I would recommend it because you get an idea of who Bernie Mac really is.
Very funny , frequent use of the N word and MF word , not for children at all. Otherwise a funny honest view from a good/great comedian read by the man himself, the quality is good and clear and a pleasure to listen to for a mature audience.
Raunchy, raunchy, gross, had to fast forward thru some -- laughed at other parts. But there was so many M...F...'s that it got to be annoying, but he addresses that at the end. It's a cultural difference. You get a bit of insight into another world. He is doing something right, his daughter turned out amazing!
I didn't really have an opinion of Bernie Mac until I listened to this CD. Now I don't like him. If it had been stand-up, then maybe it would've been ok. But I don't need to hear about his childhood.
Excellent. Amusing throughout but some very funny spots too. Due to what might be considered excessive profanity, I would not share it with those under the age of 18. Otherwise, it was really enjoyable.
I didn't finish it. Not my style. I prefer Cosby.
HE SOUNDS JUST AS FUNNY AS WHEN HE DOES HIS STAND UP COMEDY. I RECOMMEND IT. FEEL FREE TO ASK ME ABOUT IT OR ABOUT WHATEVER!!!.... SSSUPERMAN@HOTMAIL.COM
Enjoyed listening to this. Don't listen with kids around, plenty of bad language. Many funny parts and also liked hearing how Bernie struggled to make his way to being a comedian. It gave me a view of Bernie in a new light, and I was glad that I checked this out.
Clearly the book was released prior to Bernie Mac hitting it big.
This could have had potential, but I was absolutely not interested in reading the "f" word several times in each sentence.
Bernie Mac is the star and cocreator of "The Bernie Mac Show." He has appeared in Russell Simmons's "Def Comedy Jam, " "HBO's Midnight Mac, The Original Kings of Comedy, Mo' Money, Moesha, Ocean's Eleven, Head of State, " and the upcoming "Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle" and "Mr. 3000." He divides his time between Los Angeles and his hometown of Chicago.