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Andy Rooneys Sunday evening observations on 60 Minutes are an American institution shaping the way people see everything from coffee percolators to the state of the nation Like most people I really enjoy Andy's segments at the end of 60 Minutes but this book was my introduction to his written word I uickly determined there isn't much of a difference Each little piece is like something he would say on air and his voice could be heard in my head as I made my way through his commonly known form of crafting an essayI suggest reading this book over an extended period of time Don't try to read it all in one weekend He deals with some fascinating ideas that should be given appropriate time for reflection I would read about ten pages per day and in those essays I would find two or three that would stay with me for a while His greatest uality is his truly independent voice I find it refreshing that his pieces on popularly discussed issues aren't littered with the same jargon and tired old arguments that are found in works by most punditsOne last thingI keep hearing people refer to Andy as grumpy and cantankerous If I find myself intrigued and persuaded by many of his essays does that make me grumpy as well?

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Common NonsenseAndy Rooneys Sunday evening observations on 60 Minutes are an American institution shaping the way people see everything from coffee percolators to the state of the nation How can you not like anything Andy Rooney writes Every page is pure laughter

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kindle ´ Common Nonsense Ô Paperback ☆ goproled õ [PDF / Epub] ⚣ Common Nonsense ✈ Andy Rooney – Goproled.co.uk Andy Rooneys Sunday evening observations on 60 Minutes are an American institution shaping the way people see everything from coffee percolators to the state of the nationAndy RooneAndy Rooneys Sunday evening observations on 60 Minutes are an American institution shaping the way people see everything from coffee percolators to the state of the nation There was a time many years ago when Andy Rooney was just as annoying as he is today but did at least have a few original observations At some point in the last couple of decades he pretty much exhausted his store of interesting observations and started to become indistinguishable from the many parodies of RooneyLike most of his commentaries of the last decade or two the pieces in this book are just extended whines with no particular new insights and very little if any witty writing Save your money