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Few Minutes with Andy Rooney
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ISBN : 9780446347662
Language : English
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 201 Pages

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Few Minutes with Andy Rooney Reviews

  • Andrew David

    On the final page of this book I wrote, "The end. Finally."

  • Tom Schulte

    I've seen so many of these Rooney readers at flea markets, etc that I just had to read one to see if I was missing anything. Well, I feel I am not. His curmudgeonly wit has not aged well and was maybe never incisive. If anything, it was a quick read - I breezed right through it. These brief essays are abbreviated transcripts of this TV talks and maybe it is in front of the camera that his real talent emerged. This is is an avuncular fogey with a considered opinion on all: fences, chairs, menus, [...]

  • Genevieve

    I'm not shitting you, I think there's just something about Andy Rooney, at the end of a rough day it's fun to read the opinions of someone who is nearly always crotchety. No one believes me but I think he's funny and interesting.

  • KennyO

    Here are the collected essays from a couple years of 60 Minutes' most parodied contributor. Much writing that seemed curmudgeonly was misattributed to him but much of his writing for his 60 Minutes segments was, indeed, curmudgeonly in tone. Rooney often wrote/spoke with dismay but I only once saw him bitter (about Harry Reasoner's death due to smoking). Much of this is quite dated and both the topics and the wit lose something in that. I really enjoyed it when it was fresh but all these years a [...]

  • Teri Dona

    always fun to read Andy Rooney, maybe even more so the older I get

  • Adam Nedeff

    I originally sought this book out after the first time I read Andy's much later book, "Years of Minutes." He made a curious complaint about his life and reputation, talking about how a person's fame is rarely in sync with their best work. And he said that it bothered him that he was going to be remembered for his "60 Minutes" commentaries when the best work that he did was a series of documentaries he made for CBS in the 1970s. I had no idea he had ever done such a gigI stumbled upon this book i [...]

  • Carol

    Andy Rooney is one of my all-time favorite people. He has always been on of my favorite parts of 60 minutes. He has a gift for seeing things in a different light--kind of like Bill Cosby. These men are very unique and blessed with this gift. He can make all the ordinary things seem funny and give you a fresh view.

  • Eric

    The usual curmudgeonly complaints of 60 Minutes' fossilized end-of-show feature. Surprisingly entertaining, particularly when Rooney speaks with a representative of Morningstar Farms (maker of my favorite pseudo-sausage patty). It's the wave of the future indeed.

  • Julie Barrett

    A few minutes with Andy Rooney, by Andy RooneyLoved watching and listening to this reporter on TV sunday nights. So many things that make you say 'hmmm' I've always wondered about that.I received this book from National Library Service for my BARD (Braille Audio Reading Device).

  • Vito

    Andy Rooney's jeremiad of 1970's American society. Observations on topics such as: chairs, soap, street names, public phones, gender, eyeglasses, and the Draft. Also includes Andy's personal thoughts on the Faces of Christ and D-Day.

  • VernaH

    Andy Rooney is always entertaining.

  • Suzie

    a quick little read of Andy's thoughts. good for a breather in between books.

  • DNF with Jack Mack

    Tried three then retired it.

  • Vaishali

    I still remember him on 60 Minutes his witty observations made my week. This book was a joy back in the day. Class and entertainment all in one. I miss you, Mr. Rooney :(

  • Andy

    Basically, I want to be him.

  • Linda

    3.5 for his humorous essays.

  • Kay

    Andy Rooney is one of my all-time favorite people. He can make all the ordinary things seem funny and give you a fresh view.

  • Brett

    Non-fiction