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Late Night with David Letterman Book of Top Ten Lists Read ✓ 108 ð Read them at your own pace the funniest Top Ten Lists from Late Night with David Letterman Plus if you buy now this special bonus listTop Ten Reasons to Buy This Book 10 Serves as handy coaster for two jumbo beverages 9 Plentiful misprints sure toPlentiful misprints sure to make it a valuable collector's item 8 Ideal for really easy book report 7 Everything you need to know to pilot your own jumbo jet 6 Randomly selected page numbers could include winning lottery. Just my kind of humor It makes me chuckle a whole bunch I especially enjoyed the plans for an end table by Norm Abram in the back I might make one

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Combinations 5 You're mentioned on page 43 4 Paper made from criminal trees which deserved to die 3 Sure to impress the babes 2 This is the very last copy in existence 1 Damn it It's about time you did something for you. Just a book of lists Some funny some not Most outdated and for the older crowd late twenties and beyond Younger generations would find this boring and out dated Good book for Letterman fans but thats about it

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Late Night with David Letterman Book of Top Ten ListsRead them at your own pace the funniest Top Ten Lists from Late Night with David Letterman Plus if you buy now this special bonus listTop Ten Reasons to Buy This Book 10 Serves as handy coaster for two jumbo beverages 9. I once was sitting in a college class where a student said something about how heshe didn't find Walt Whitman that importantgoodrevolutionary The professor responded that the student needed to understand that an English major might have trouble seeing how important Whitman was since Whitman had reshaped the world so thoroughly that the student now partly lived in the world Whitman had createdLetterman's like Whitman too having reshaped a part of the world to suit himself even though when I was a kid Saturday Night Live meant a lot to me When Johnny Carson retired everybody fell all over themselves to say how there would never be another person like him Weirdly though Letterman is just like him in that they both as so cool that they sit in judgment of everyone and everything and we acknowledge their right to judge The true core of coolness is a willingness to work at something obsessively without ever taking it seriously which both of these men perfected This uality is often disparaged by people who hate irony but they are wrong to fear it Irony doesn't prevent a person from working it ALLOWS them to work to give themselves to a work even though it the back of their mind they must know how silly caring about anything is