Johnny has even admitted in interviews that he's not nice to his competitors, that he can be pretty nasty. I guess it does work both ways.
We live in an ageist society where everything is based on youth, but I hated being 18. I don't like teenagers any more now than I did then. I'm 49 now and there is no way that I'd go back to my teens and 20s - even if I knew what I know now, I don't want to go through all that again. I found it a very difficult time. - Buzz Osborne of the Melvins
With all that said, I am curious to read Johnny Weir's book, but no way am I going to pay $30 or whatever it currently costs for that. I'll read it at the book store or the library.
Wow, what a wretched cover. Very mid-90s.
If my library doesn't get it, I hope the local bookstore carries remainders.
Without having read any of it, though, I'm willing to bet Johnny hasn't *really* written a "tell-all". People tend to protect their images in autobiographies.
Last edited by Quintuple; 01-09-2011 at 06:17 AM.
Gun Control is like trying to reduce drunk driving by making it tougher for sober people to buy cars.
Judging by this thread, Johnny wrote an entire book about Michael Weiss.