Thirty-Nine Years Of Short-Term Memory Loss by Tom Davis

Thirty-Nine Years Of Short-Term Memory Loss

Thirty-Nine Years Of Short-Term Memory Loss: The Early Days Of SNL From Someone Who Was There I enjoyed reading Tom’s stories of Saturday Night Live. He also spends half the book telling stories about his childhood, doing comedy with Al Franken (outside of SNL), taking loads of drugs, his friendship with the Grateful Dead and Timothy Leary. The book isn’t chronological, but jumps around by topic, which works fine. The writing is odd but amusing.

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302 pages

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One Response to Thirty-Nine Years Of Short-Term Memory Loss by Tom Davis

  1. craigmaas says:

    Sorry to hear Tom Davis died today. I always enjoyed his humor, even when it was annoyingly liberalit was good natured. One of my favorite experiences was seeing Franken and Davis at NDSU. Very funny and highly entertaining. He will be missed.

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