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Comedian Lee Camp finally turns his popular ranting, raving "Moment of Clarity" webseries into a convenient, hyperlinked e-book . Moment Of Clarity includes 90 of Camps angrily opinionated, hilariously acerbic humor columns. It also includes 20 never-before-seen photos by professional photographer CS Muncy from the front lines of the Occupy protests. Moment Of Clarity somehow takes the palpable anger that exploded across this country in the form of Occupy Wall Street and turns it into something palatable yet toxically funny.“Lee Camp is the Che Guevara of comedy. We need more comedians with his kind of fearlessness. It’s so rare to find such artful, thoughtful passion in comedy these days... or in life. He’s waiting for a generation to catch up with him.” – Paul Provenza, director of “Aristocrats,” host of Showtime’s “Green Room with Paul Provenza”“Lee is an amazing writer and a great political thinker. He’s the change you and I want to see.” – Janeane Garofalo, actress & comedian“Since my dad died I’ve really been concerned about who’s going to keep his torch lit. When I saw Lee, I was completely f***ing blown away by the balls he has, and I thought, ‘Hey, that’s like my dad!’ Three other things about Lee remind me of my father. One is that he’s a thinking person’s comic. Two is that he may just piss you off a little. And three is that he’s really f***ing funny.” – Kelly Carlin, radio show host, performer, daughter of George Carlin“He has found the hole in America’s brain where reason has been replaced by Wal-Mart. Lee’s rants channel the gunk oozing out. You have to admit, that’s why he’s so f***ing funny.” – Greg Palast, NY Times bestselling author“A comedy evangelist.” – the Guardian“Like Jon Stewart with sharper teeth.” – the Herald“Had to kick that guy out of the studio.” – Fox News

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2013
    • Ano:  2015
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2000618074200
    • ISBN:  9781301463527

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