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From the author of the bestselling Why We Suck comes a searing comic look at these divisive times, skewering liberals and conservatives alike with a signature dose of sarcasm and common sense.

In an America so gluten-free that a box of jelly donuts is now a bigger threat than Vladimir Putin, where college kids are more afraid of Ann Coulter than HIV, it’s time for someone to stand up and make us all smell the covfefe.

Dr. Denis Leary is that guy.

With Why We DON’T Suck: And How All of Us Need to Stop Being Such Partisan Little Bitches, Denis is on a devoted missionto #MakeAmericaLaughAgain. Using the clamorous politicalatmosphere as a starting point, he takes a bipartisan lookat the topics we all hold so dear to our patriotic hearts—including family, freedom, and the seemingly endless search for fame and diet vodka.

Denis will answer important questions like: When will Hillary blame herself? Why does Beyoncé think he’s Bryan Adams? And why doesn’t he follow the millennial lead and post pictures of his food on social media? (Spoiler alert: He’s too busy actually eating it.)

Not that Denis has anything against millennials: “When it comes to science, math, and technological advances, this generation has done more in three and a half decades than any other age group in history. What did my generation do? Cocaine and quaaludes mostly. With a side order of really stupid haircuts.”

Dr. Leary is here to remind us of what truly makes America great, even though we’re #7 on the most recent list of Best Countries to Live In. Which may sound bad but means we still make the playoffs.

Saturday Night’s Alright For Commenting - 10/29/2016

When I was a kid, most children my age were watching cartoons like G. I. Joe , Transformers , Thundercats , stuff like that. I watched game shows. I learned how to spell by watching Wheel of Fortune , I learned how to do math watching The Price Is Right , and I learned how to cheat a massively complex computer system by watching Press Your Luck. Very little, and I’d appreciate it if you didn’t interrupt my poorly-thought out opening paragraph. Other kids were getting really into music, jamming out to bands at concerts, and forming garage bands that were destined to go nowhere. Around that age, I started really getting into stand-up comedy. I was in eighth grade when I saw my first live comedy special: George Carlin Back In Town. I didn’t know what to expect, but by the time the show ended, tears had streamed down my face and my jaw was sore from laughing so hard. From that point to about my junior year of college, I doggedly pursued comedy albums. While others were waiting in line for the new (at that time) Metallica album, I was checking the music store to see if the new Denis Leary album had dropped yet. I got into a wide and eclectic mix of comedians: Carlin, Richard Pryor, Bill Cosby (before he ruined himself), Jeff Foxworthy, Chris Rock, Denis Leary, Jerry Seinfeld, Eddie Murphy, Bob Newhart, Steven Wright, Mitch Hedberg (RIP), Adam Sandler... The problem with many of these performers is that they don’t perform often enough, or at least on albums enough, to sustain. Especially since 2008, on that sad day when George Carlin died, I’ve had to find new comedians to fill the void. Over the last few years, I’ve added to the list of comics that make me laugh myself sick: Jon Pinnette (RIP), Larry Miller, Josh Blue, Lewis Black, Bill Hicks (also RIP), Steve Byrne, Gabriel Iglesias, and especially Craig Ferguson. Last night, I got to see Craig Ferguson perform stand-up at a casino outside of Seattle, and he was in rare form. Outside of Carlin, nobody’s stand up act has made me laugh as hard and as consistently as Craig Ferguson has. His language is vulgar and his act can at times be lewd, both of which are selling points for me, frankly, but he is downright hysterical. His opening act was also a great time, and I think someone to keep an eye on in the future, a comedian named Mark Forward. Honestly, if I were to ever perform as a stand-up comedian, Mark Forward would probably be the closest approximation to that. Source: Battle Red Blog - All Posts

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  • Inside Actor Denis Leary and Writer Ann Leary's Connecticut Estate

    10/18/16 ,via Wall Street Journal

    Ann Leary liked this house the first time she saw it but fell in love with it the second time. 'There were marks on the door where the children Ms. Leary and her husband, actor and producer Denis Leary, were living in New York at the time and had

  • Denis Leary to provide post-election comic relief

    10/13/16 ,via Boston Herald

    From left, Michael J. Fox, Denis Leary and Cam Neely at the 2014 Comics Come Home show. Denis and his band of comedians return to the TD Garden with plenty of Trump jokes on Nov. 12. 0 comments. Worcester comic Denis Leary won't vote for Donald 


the only vehicles i respect: • Denis Leary's Ford Transit • Matthew McConaughey's Lincoln Navigator • Bo Jackson's Kia Sorrento 10/30/16, @Jheri_Seinfeld
Science fiction was never my thing. I have no interest in it. So I don't... #DenisLeary #quotes 10/30/16, @OpenQuotesTweet


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    bay leaves, parsley, white wine, french onion soup, black pepper, garlic, beef broth, seafood sauce, water

  • Cajun Turkey Meatloaf

    cajun seasoning, mustard, thyme, egg whites, parsley, garlic, cumin, turkey, onions, oatmeal


  • No Cure for Cancer

    Anchor. 1992. ISBN: 0385425813,9780385425810. 133 pages.

    An uproarious and lacerating meditation on life--and death--by a celebrated new voice on the comedy scene. Leary employs his ferocious wit and sharp intellect to confront society and its ills and forces us to face the issues we are all most afraid of. "Absolutely brilliant . . . the real cutting edge of American comedy".--The Boston Globe.


Denis Leary - Wikipedia

Denis Colin Leary (born August 18, 1957) is an American actor, writer, producer, singer, and comedian. Leary was the star and co-creator of Rescue Me, that ended its ...

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Denis Leary - IMDb

Denis Leary was born and raised in Worcester, Massachusetts, the son of Nora (Sullivan) and John Leary, Irish immigrants who had grown up together.

Denis Leary - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

Denis Leary; Leary en 2014. Información personal; Nombre de nacimiento: Denis Colin Leary: Nacimiento: 18 de agosto de 1957 (59 años) Worcester, Massachusetts ...