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A Bold Fresh Piece of Humanity by Bill O'Reilly
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Jul 27, 2011

did not like it
Read from February 28 to March 04, 2009 , read count: 1

I gritted my teach when I started reading this one, but actually found it quite entertaining at times. Perhaps I understand Bill a little better — having been taught during his childhood by nuns to rank the different types of sin, he seems to have declared himself the expert on identifying the evil people of the world and to use all his power to publicly defeat them. By chance I was reading this book as Rush Limbaugh was being proclaimed by some as the voice of the Republican Party, while Republican National Committee chairman Michael Steele dismissed him as ugly entertainment. In this book Bill brags of his success and power, while dismissing those who speak unfavorably of him as mere entertainers with an illusion of power. This autobiography came to my attention from its presence on the New York Times best seller for 19 weeks in late 2008 and early 2009.
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