PRAISE FOR MARK YOSHIMOTO NEMCOFF and PACIFIC COAST HELLWAY
"Imagine Howard Stern dropping acid with Trey Parker and Jon Stewart..." — PLAYBOY MAGAZINE
PACIFIC COAST HELLWAY PRESENTS: "PISSED OFF: Is Better Than Being Pissed On," a comedic tour-de-force by best-selling and award-winning author and humorist Mark Yoshimoto Nemcoff as he uses his acid wit to shred the topics that cause his blood to boil, including:
- CHILD BEAUTY PAGEANTS:
"You can always tell the pedophiles in the audience. Those are the guys whose faces light up like a fat kid watching a stuffed crust pizza commercial."
- COMPETITIVE EATING:
"Three and three-quarter pounds of Rocky Mountain Oysters. Holy sh*t, dude. That’s the most balls in one guy’s mouth since the the last time the Village People played Elton John's birthday party on Fire Island."
- REALITY SHOWS ABOUT OTHER PEOPLE'S JUNK:
"You don’t NEED a mint condition Darth Vader figure in the package to survive unless you're a pretty girl who gets cornered at Comic-Con and need something to toss as a distraction so you can escape without being eye-raped by every nerd in a Starfleet costume."
- THINKING THE DINOSAURS ROAMED THE EARTH 10,000 YEARS AGO:
"It's fairly obvious that if you don't believe that the dinosaurs lived millions and millions of years ago, you're stranded on the short bus in the middle of moron bridge over the raging rapids of dumbf*ck river."
"PISSED OFF: Is Better Than Being Pissed On" pulls no punches and goes right for the jugular. Unapologetic and oh-so not politically correct, this book will definitely cock-punch your funnybone until you beg for mercy.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Mark Yoshimoto Nemcoff is a bestselling and award-winning author living in Los Angeles who has been known to occasionally moonlight as a TV host, voice-over artist and rock journalist. A professional composer of music for television for many years, opportunity knocked and transformed him into a screen/TV writer and author featured on “Access Hollywood.” Then a podcast recorded in his car became a weeknightly drive-time radio show on Sirius Sateillite Radio. He is a former member of MENSA, having quit because, in his opinion, "The parties sucked."