C. Eaton's Reviews > Of Thee I Zing: America's Cultural Decline from Muffin Tops to Body Shots

Of Thee I Zing by Laura Ingraham
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May 10, 12

bookshelves: audiobook, couldn-t-finish
Read in May, 2012

At first this book started as promising. I thought it was going to be focused on shallow, consumerist, north american culture and the problems that causes. But no, it just became a rant on things that the author doesn't like. It was seinfeld-esque but the lines were not merely so memorable.

Alrhough there were some great points about permissive parents and the creation of ridiculous and uselss products there was also alot of subjective opinion and political bashing. And yes, she has the right to be biased in a book, sure. But I think where I got completely turned off was where she told a story in which she completely embarassed someone in public while he was getting his hair dyed. That's cruel and how was it any of her business? Funny how she was also railing on about how people should "Manner-up". I guess that doesn't apply to her.
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