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    Classic

    Truly an amazing book, it pulls from the best of Rick's rants. I appreciate his opinions, and witty nature. Highly recommended for any Rick Mercer fan.
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    Rick Mercer recounts his 15 years of The Rick Mercer Report, a weekly commentary on life across this big, diverse country of Canada. Famous for his weekly rants, this book has a collection of rants that stir up reminders of people, corporations, places and government actions and elected officials along with some great Canadian Icons. The challenge of producing the show when events they arrive to cover are not as advertised, the dedicated help of Jann Arden who became a regular when regulars weren't a part of the show, Celebrity Tips that included Pierre Burton doing a "how to roll a joint" episode all were wonderful to read about. 2013 - plastic money, Dec 1 2009, How to Use an Escalator, Snow Tires - Nov 25, 2008 all had me laughing so hard! Sorry to see this show sign off for good on April 10, 2018. The book will bring lots of insights and reminders of what is important to this country.
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    Only in Canada

    It was a great read. It was like walking through a current event of what has happened in Canada in the last 15 years. Onl Rick Mercer can put a comical twist on this time period
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