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Finally he makes a decision: to be himself, let emerge his true personality, just how he is.

It was 1992 (the book was published in 1997) and later h Flamboyant.

(As you can see, I was a very rebellious teen.)The most notable, hilarious feature of the book is that the font and size of the typeface changed multiple times per paragraph, for emphasis, emotion, or maybe just to take up more room on the page. This is the word I think better define Dennis Rodman.

In addition to using a constantly changing font (both font type and size), Rodman beats you over the head with some of his views.

I said the same thing about the last book I reviewed, but that author elevated the english language with his pen.

From a lousy job at the airport in his tough childhood to one of the most successfull guards in the NBA-history. The NBA-management, Madonna's appeals for Rodman to be with her, some NBA-players, the world around the NBA, racism, sexuality and his self. Learning this reminded me of the Dennis Rodman autobiography I read long ago.

I have never had any interest in sports, and I think the main reason I asked for it was to see whether my parents would balk.

Bad as I Wanna Be is exactly the kind of autobiography you should expect to read when mirroring it to the late 90's trends, especially to the trends how so-called "infamous" personalities were presented in written format. "What I mean, bro, is that it reads short, it reads fluffy. It reads scandalously, it reads artificial and true at the same time, it reads extremely contradictory, it reads a lot like kiss and tell, it reads like the mandatory badmouthing, and eventually it let's you only touch the surface of an individual who is very addicted to being noticed, who yearns to be the center of the attention.

It reads badly ghost-written, it reads entertaining and like listening to someone's story who doesn't want to go too deep, but wants to give an impression that there has been some hard times even you don't exactly know what those hard times are, but still you kinda do know, too. All that said, I actually did learn a lot when comes to Rodman and his basketball career, which ridiculously enough just was not my priority in knowledge. Typically with biographies, I'll have two on my bookshelf for each individual; the autobiography, and whichever is considered the definitive, best one as determined by aggregate Goodreads and Amazon ratings.From a lousy job at the airport in his tough childhood to one of the most successfull guards in the NBA-history.Rodman is indignant, Dennis Rodman's biography is honest, raw and some self-mockery. Of course, Rodman is a cult-hero, the best guard of the successfull Chicago Bulls in the 90's and the American Dream Team. Rodman describes how he worked himself up in the hard NBA-world by working his guts out. Recently I read that "proud non-reader" Kanye West is publishing a book of his thoughts and philosophy.Even still, I was surprised at the amount of coherent thoughts and opinions in the book.Much like Mike Tyson's autobiography, I understood "The Worm" much better after zipping through these 245 pages.But the thing is, I do not really know all these things by reading Bad as I Wanna Be because it is devastatingly outdated, being first published in -96.

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