Kevin Smith's 'Boring-Ass Life' The writer, director, actor and comics lover talks up his new book, which he calls an "uncomfortably candid diary."
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Kevin Smith's 'Boring-Ass Life'

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Kevin Smith's 'Boring-Ass Life'

Kevin Smith's 'Boring-Ass Life'

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The writer, director, actor and comics lover talks up his best-selling new book, My Boring-Ass Life: The Uncomfortably Candid Diary of Kevin Smith.

"Believe me, there are people who don't enjoy me or the minutiae of my life," says the creative force behind Clerks, Mallrats and Chasing Amy. "I've dealt with them on the Internet quite a lot."

Listen to Smith's interview here, then check out his site at Viewaskew.com.