Three-time New York Times bestseller Adam Carolla is back to take on social media, social justice warriors, and a society gone to s**t.
In I'm Your Emotional Support Animal, Adam Carolla examines how our culture went careening off a cliff. We used to have one that created real warriors who fought world wars. Now it spawns social justice warriors who fight Twitter wars. He takes on those who are traumatized by Trump and emotional support animal owners who proclaim their victimhood at every airport. He stands up for the collateral damage of the #MeToo movement and for freedom of speech on safe space filled college campuses.
Examining the calculated commercials churned out by Madison Avenue, like the ones about cars made with love, Carolla rants on ads designed to either bum us out or make us think the corporation is run by Mr. Rogers. Turning to social media, Adam takes down the hashtag heroes who signal their virtue daily from atop Twitter mountain. And in the era of the Roomba, performances by dead celebrity holograms, and meals-on-demand delivery services, he looks down the road at our not-so-bright future as a species.
Frank, funny, and utterly unapologetic, this is not a book for those who need a trigger warning, but is THE book for everyone who wants to hit the snooze bar on the woke culture.
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Made the day fly by!
The book was very entertaining from start to finish. It made the day fly by. Thanks for being a person with common sense and not pandering to the woke nation.
Thanks to you, every time I snip a wire and purposefully let it fall to the floor (with no intention of ever cleaning it up) I say “COROLLA!” in my head. It’s like saying “KOBE!” when you’re trying to make something in a basket, but more fun because you can’t ever miss. Now I never feel bad about leaving it behind since you gave me a purpose for doing it. Thank you for that!
- an electrician
Adam another great book thanks
Get it on!
Loved this. Amazing Adam, and even better when he goes off from the book and does some mid chapter rants. It’s like an added bonus.