Oh Look, Denis Leary is A Media Whore Too

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Aw, isn’t that cute? Denis Leary thinks he’s STILL funny and edgy.  Someone should tell him he stopped being funny 10 years ago.  And he stopped being a comic 15 years ago.  Maybe he feels he has taken on the personna of his “Ice Age” character Diego, the Saber-toothed Cat, he of the ferocious overbitten fangs.  Unfortunately, Saber-toothed Cats will have a longer and more distinguished shelf life than Leary’s career; I don’t see another season “Rescue Me” or another sequel to “Ice Age” anytime soon, so… Denis Leary has taken to writing books??  Shouldn’t he read a few before he attempts writing? Perhaps my son’s ABA-trained teachers will teach him that skill, along with learning to “play with others”, and “using kind words”. 

In the meantime, Denis, learn from Fitty Cents.  Admit it: you’re washed up, and now you’re  just clammering for attention.  And don’t think any of the attention that this idiocy will create will turn into more book sales for you.  Families on the Spectrum are not that gullible. 

My sarcasm is evident, as is my anger that someone gave this fool a book deal.  -Ed

Leary’s Brain Vs. The Autistics

Denis Leary should brace himself for hate mail from the parents of kids diagnosed with autism.

In his new book, “Why We Suck: A Feel-Good Guide to Staying Fat, Loud, Lazy and Stupid,” the joke-slinging “Rescue Me” star writes about the brain disorder:

“There is a huge boom in autism right now because inattentive mothers and competitive dads want an explanation for why their dumb-ass kids can’t compete academically, so they throw money into the happy laps of shrinks . . . to get back diagnoses that help explain away the deficiencies of their junior morons. I don’t give a [bleep] what these crackerjack whack jobs tell you – yer kid is NOT autistic. He’s just stupid. Or lazy. Or both.”

The Autism Society of America responded: “For Mr. Leary to suggest that families or doctors conspire to falsely diagnose autism is ridiculous . . . [His] remarks reflect the same misconceptions of autism being caused by bad or unemotional parenting that were held over 50 years ago.”

Leary also rips:

* Dr. Phil – “[He says] such thick and exasperating things as, ‘Everybody has their own personal Ground Zero.’ Oh, really? Does that mean someday two large speeding planes will crash into the side of your insipid hairless head? Let’s hope so.”

* Paul McCartney and Heather Mills – “She must have given great [bleep] . . Plus, he’s a big pothead so he probably figured the fake leg would come in handy for smuggling marijuana.”

* Hillary Clinton – “If she had changed her campaign motto from ‘Blah Blah Something Change’ to ‘Vote for Me or Your Wife Won’t [Bleep] You,’ she would have had the election wrapped up at sunset on Super Tuesday. As Tip O’Neill once said – all politics is local. And for men, it doesn’t get much more local than your crotch.”

Read more: http://www.nypost.com/p/pagesix/item_YnjjM9oFWC9tVYOP7Q6hSI#ixzz215QbGQAh

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