Dave Barry - Why You Shouldn't Make Fun of North Dakota





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Uploaded on Nov 16, 2007

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Pulitzer Prize-winning humor columnist Dave Barry identifies what is, in his words, a common "theme" running throughout his career.


Dave Barry discusses "Dave Barry's History of the Millennium (So Far)."

So much has happened in our aughts already, it is imperative that we take a moment to review Dave Barry's year-by-year history of the millennium. He has, with great insight and courage, taken the time to record these turbulent times. For those with "outrage overload," this is a chance to laugh at it all - Politics and Prose

Dave Barry is a humor columnist. For 25 years he was a syndicated columnist whose work appeared in more than 500 newspapers in the United States and abroad. In 1988 he won the Pulitzer Prize for Commentary. Many people are still trying to figure out how this happened.

Dave has also written a total of 30 books, although virtually none of them contain useful information. Two of his books were used as the basis for the CBS TV sitcom "Dave's World," in which Harry Anderson played a much taller version of Dave.

Dave plays lead guitar in a literary rock band called the Rock Bottom Remainders, whose other members include Stephen King, Amy Tan, Ridley Pearson and Mitch Albom. They are not musically skilled, but they are extremely loud. Dave has also made many TV appearances, including one on the David Letterman show where he proved that it is possible to set fire to a pair of men's underpants with a Barbie doll. - Dave Barry Official Website


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