Ranting Again

  • by Dennis Miller
  • Narrated by Dennis Miller
  • 3 hrs and 3 mins
  • Abridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Dennis Miller is back, and he is Ranting Again in this hilarious compendium of wit, wisdom, and righteous outrage. This is good news for all of us who fume at the country's lack of common sense, and seethe at the absurdity of the daily headlines. Setting his sights higher and wider than ever before, Dennis Miller is at the top of his game in a biting and rowdy performance that unleashes his unique brand of scathing wit on anything and everything. Taking on such targets as illegal immigration, the sobriety movement, the American school system, and men who wear tight T-shirts even though they have big tits, Miller proves that nobody is safe from his hilarious yet hard-hitting scrutiny.


What the Critics Say

Winner of Audio Publishers Association 1999 Audie Award, Humor


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Pre Fox News Dennis

One of the high points in comedy in the mid to late nineties was the rants delivered by Dennis Miller on far ranging subjects. Though both the material and the delivery were polished, the ideas behind them seemed like the type of thing that could occur spontaneously between colleagues, siblings, or couples who've been together for awhile. Even though it was apparent even twenty years ago that his politics leaned to the right he wasn't the reactionary he became after the beginning of the Iraq War. Highly literate and intelligent this is an excellent work of comedy by a man who was once extremely funny.
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- Me & My Girls

Love Miller, annoying listen.

Would you try another book from Dennis Miller and/or Dennis Miller?

Yes, but I will sample it first.

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

As much as I like Dennis Miller and his humor I couldn't listen to this annoying book.

Any additional comments?

The audio book repeated itself often, as if it were staged to listen to excerpts only and not listen for long periods of time.

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- Laurie Lee

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-15-1999
  • Publisher: Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio