Still Ranting After All These Years

Version: Abridged
Author: Dennis Miller
Narrator: Dennis Miller
Genres: Comedy
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Published In: July 2004
# of Units: 2 CDs
Length: 2 hours, 30 minutes
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Overview

If you thought Dennis Miller was done ranting, guess again. In Still Ranting After All These Years, recorded in early 2002, Miller is in fine form, commenting on everything from "War and Terrorism" to Enron; from "Obsessed Parents" to the "End of Class;" to "Truth in the Media," and so much more. Throughout, Miller is what we have come to expect from him: smart, cutting, laugh-out-loud funny, and more times than not ... right.

Reviews (3)

Disappointingly Crude

Written by Jason Bailey on May 5th, 2006

  • Book Rating: 2/5

I don't want to start on a rant here, but while I enjoy Dennis Miller's opinions on politics and try to catch his show on TV when I can; I had a hard time with this book though as he wass entirely too vulgar. He has a huge vocabulary and is quite eloquent, so why the need for profanity. Also, I could have done without all the sexual references. How someone can tie sexual depravity to 9/11 I will never understand, but Dennis does it. If you like profanity, vulgarity, and a right leaning political take then this may be your kind of ranting book.

Classic Miller

Written by Dave Jackson on June 6th, 2005

  • Book Rating: 5/5

To the woman with too many kids, "It's a vagina - not a clown car." CLASSIC!

Poorly read....

Written by Anonymous from Verona, NJ on December 26th, 2004

  • Book Rating: 3/5

The material in this audio book was probably pretty good but unfortunately, Dennis Miller just kind of read the first 3/4 of the book. Towards the end, he started to get into it and deliver a performance, with comic timing and emphasis. It's too bad that he just read the first couple of rants, it would have been nice if the whole thing was "performed".

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. "