I DIDN'T ASK TO BE BORN (BUT I'M GLAD I WAS)Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe
The Cos again waxes funny on the commonplace happenings of life as we may know it.With his patented good humor, Cosby (I Am What I Ate… and I'm Frightened!!!: And Other Digressions from the Doctor of Comedy, 2003, etc.) grouses, like many of his contemporaries, about kids today. As in previous collections, the memoir covers his own Golden Age, that long-gone middle of the 20th century in the ... Read full review
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Mr Cosby's "feelings" are greatly siuspect. I guess the book is interesting in retrospect--in a dark sarcastic way. Who really cares what this moral idiot thinks, I didn't b4 the rapes came out.