Ranting Again

Version: Unabridged
Author: Dennis Miller
Narrator: Dennis Miller
Genres: Comedy
Publisher: BDD Audio
Published In: June 1998
# of Units: 3 CDs
Length: 3 hours
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Overview

Dennis Miller is back, and he is Ranting Again in this hilarious compendium of wit, wisdom, and righteous outrage. This is good news for all of us who fume at the country's lack of common sense, and seethe at the absurdity of the daily headlines.

Setting his sights higher and wider than ever before, Dennis Miller is at the top of his game in a biting and rowdy performance that unleashes his unique brand of scathing wit on anything and everything. Taking on such targets as illegal immigration, the sobriety movement, the American school system, and men who wear tight T-shirts even though they have big tits, Miller proves that nobody is safe from his hilarious yet hard-hitting scrutiny.

Showcasing Dennis Miller's trademark rapid-fire delivery and his blend of wide-ranging allusions, thought-provoking insights, and outrageous opinions, Ranting Again is a brilliant collection and a unique display that is his sharpest and funniest yet.

Reviews (5)

Ranting Again

Written by Anonymous from Kansas City, MO on May 23rd, 2011

  • Book Rating: 3/5

He is witty and cynical and very funny, but this book is already quite dated.

Rant No More

Written by Adam from New York, NY on December 11th, 2007

  • Book Rating: 2/5

It is time to stop ranting. Book gets dull and topics not interesting.

Ranting Again

Written by Diana on March 25th, 2007

  • Book Rating: 4/5

Dennis Miller has a way with words that can only be described as cynical! I must fall into that category, because I was laughing throughout this book. Nothing is sacred! He hits on every imaginable subject. It can get a little monotonous: but that can be fixed by listening to it in shorter doses: in other words, don’t play the whole thing in one sitting!

Indeed, it does get old quickly

Written by Anonymous on September 25th, 2005

  • Book Rating: 3/5

Starts out laugh-out-loud funny, and then gets hackneyed.

Gets old quickly

Written by AC from San Diego, CA on December 14th, 2004

  • Book Rating: 3/5

Some are funny; but listening to more than one at a time is exhausting and they stop being funny.

Author Details

Author Details

Miller, Dennis

"Dennis Miller is a comedian, using large amounts of satire. He became most well-known as host for his television talk shows, the latest of which is CNBC's Dennis Miller. Miller combines coarseness with a large vocabulary in a unique style not pandering to the ""lowest common denominator"".

Miller was born in Pittsburgh, PA, on November 3, 1953. He graduated from Point Park College in Pittsburgh with a degree in journalism, but soon gave up the idea of a reporter's life. Upon trying his hand as an amatuer stand-up comic, he decided to try it as a professional. He toured local clubs, and gradually spread out to include well-known clubs in New York and Los Angeles. In 1980, he became a writer of humorous segments for a local Pittsburgh television show called PM Magazine, and hosted a weekend show called Punchline.

By the mid 1980's he had landed a spot on the network comedy show Saturday Night Live, a launching pad for many future comedy stars. In 1992, he started his own short-lived talk show, The Dennis Miller Show. In 1993, HBO signed him for the Dennis Miller Live show, for which he has won two emmys.

Miller has also been cast in a number of films, usually in dramatic roles, including 1994'sDisclosure, 1995's The Net, and 1996's Murder at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. He even tried a couple of years as a commentator on Monday Night Football.

Miller married Ali Espley in 1988. They have two sons, Holden and Marlon. "