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David Cross Signing Books at Borders

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Last Halloween I was in a pinch for a costume last minute. I knew I couldn’t cut two holes in a white sheet and go as a ghost like I did the year before, because I was in a bit of a sticky situation when I walked into a party with a majority of black people and got looks of disgust like I was about to get my ass kicked. I was looking around my room trying to muster something up that could be considered a costume, and that’s when my cut-off denim short shorts caught my eye. I threw them on with a flesh colored tee and a bath robe and suddenly, I was a never nude.

Few comedians have the timing of Mr. David Cross. That’s why I couldn’t be more stoked that he just came out with a book, I Drink For a Reason. It’s described as satirical fiction posing as truth, advice for rich people and contains a top ten list of his favorite top ten lists. And what’s even more exciting is that this afternoon after I nurse my pub crawl hangover, I get to meet the genius.

Starting at 2pm at the Borders in Union Square, David will be there to talk about the book and sign copies. Throw on your short shorts and I’ll see you there.

David Cross Book Signing
Starting at 2pm
Borders [Union Square]
400 Post St.

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Ryan Miller was raised in a small, quaint village named Portland, Oregon before spontaneously packing two suitcases, scrounging up $300 and catching a flight to San Francisco. Judging from his garbage, he is a connoisseur of Sun Chips and rather inexpensive wine. His personal goals are to refrain from hailing and accepting rides in random cars as well as greatly reduce the amount of hugs he provides for the homeless community. While touring Jamaica and prompted for his opinion on the prevalence of TB in third world countries, Miller eagerly asked, "They have Taco Bell here?"

1 Comment

  1. AnnaG
    September 19, 2009 at 1:04 pm

    I just got my copy signed by him this past Sunday at the Brooklyn Book Festival, and believe you me, that book is a DELIGHT, in the most curmudgeonly delicious way possible.