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GIVEAWAY | Gilbert Gottfried's Book 'Rubber Balls and Liquor'

We've got a couple copies of Gilbert Gottfried's upcoming book to give out. Want one? Here's the description:

Part memoir, part twisted social commentary, part scratches on the bathroom wall, Rubber Balls and Liquor is Gilbert Gottfried's hilarious first book.
In the early 1970's, as our nation's youth railed against every conceivable societal norm, a funny-looking teenage Jew started turning up at open mike nights in various New York City comedy clubs. Surprisingly, he didn't suck. That funny-looking teenager is now the even funnier-looking middle-aged comedian Gilbert Gottfried, who despite his transparent shortcomings has managed to carve out a hardly-respectable career and a reputation for shock and awe unrivaled outside the Bush administration. With this scathingly funny book of rants and musings, Gottfried sullies an entirely new medium with his dysfunctional worldview.


1) "LIKE" this page on Facebook then shoot us a quick email with "Gilbert Gottfried's Book" in the subject line.

2) Do this by end of day Wednesday (4/27).

Three winners will be selected at random to receive a copy--we'll reach out to you on Thursday if you're one of them!

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