I Know I Am, but What Are You?

I Know I Am, but What Are You?

Book - 2010
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Humorous essays from the most senior correspondent on "The Daily Show" discuss her past life in Canada, her unusual career history, and her point of view on a variety of subjects.
Publisher: New York : Gallery Books, 2010
Edition: 1st Gallery Books hardcover ed
ISBN: 9781439142738
1439142734
Branch Call Number: 814.6 BEE
Characteristics: 242 p

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molmil8
Aug 30, 2014

Quick read' funny and very entertaining. Occasionally and briefly lapses into gross scenarios.

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bibliophile78
May 18, 2014

I have always enjoyed Samantha Bee on The Daily Show with John Stewart...This was a VERY funny look at her childhood and personal life. A must read for the "comedic essay" fan.

bandblair Dec 02, 2013

Very funny and well-written. It's a quick read too. I read it in 4 hours or so.

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Ichigaga
Jun 10, 2011

As expected from her appearances on the Daily Show, this book is edgy, a little wierd. A series of autobiographical stories. Recommended.

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Xiney
Feb 27, 2011

Some pretty good, funny stories, but it wasn't exactly "crying with laughter" material. I enjoyed it though, and it's worth reading.

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bibliophile78
May 18, 2014

“I can agree in principle that it's the thought that counts when giving or getting gifts, but I would also like to point out that "if there's no thought...it doesn't count." I don't wish to be reminded that you didn't want to take the time to get to know me, or perhaps you have even known me my whole life and simply don't care about me. All I ask is that you not rub my face in it.

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