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Summary

The award-winning podcast Tell 'Em Steve Dave brings you four of the most righteous, grooviest tales of the flyest, dopest baadasssss albino bruthah that ever was and ever will be! From the creators of the Audible best-selling Fair-re-re Tale Theater, join us on an adventure through time and space.

©2015 Makin Hay Books Inc. (P)2015 Makin Hay Books Inc.

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cult podcaster

Sunday Jeff carrys the TESD boys through on his back. Can we get this man some professional work.

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Tesd army ants

This is the best audio book ever,
Tesd at they best
This even makes Ming Chen tolerable
Sunday Jeff at he's best

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Typical TESD

Again the boys surpass expectations and make the ants proud. The writing is superb and references obscure enough to please any real fan.

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TESD gold

Great writing from the guys.

Good performances and obscure references I had to think about for a moment. Everything an ant would want.

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ABSOLUTELY CRIPPLED WITH LAUGHTER

ABSOLUTELY CRIPPLED WITH LAUGHTER - Cannot be any more specific, just brilliant. Best read in a long time.

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truly awesome performance from.the entire cast!

I know what I'm reviewing and I'm not wearing shoes! seriously though, a must-have for all tell me Steve dace fans. and if you aren't a fan... then you're sorely missing out!

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ANTS YOU CANT GO WRONG

Classic TESD! You won't be disappointed. If you love to laugh, then make this purchase today!

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"Respect my money mutha flutterer"

This is the best TESD audible book so far let's hope there's more to come, Ant for life 🐜
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Amazeballs son!!

Listen to it because its great. So so funny and will deliver more than a fistful of laughs.

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Pure, unadulterated magic.

It is without exaggeration that I declare this audio book to be the brightest shining star that ever did burn.

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  • Alex
  • 02-04-15

Beyond Outstanding

Where does Tell 'Em Steve Dave Presents: A Small Fistful of Dollahs rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

Fair-Re-Re Tale is a Masterpiece, but this was a great follow up. It should be valued at 2 Audible Credits, the currency of the impending future.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Sunday Jeff, motherflooder.

Which scene was your favorite?

The President Maxwell speech rivaled Bill Pullman in Independence Day.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

The White-Sploitation event of the century.

Any additional comments?

Sinful Dwarf = Nugget?

11 of 11 people found this review helpful

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 02-04-15

Amazing!!!

You won't regret this purchase. Tell em Steve dave is always fun. If you listened to everything else why no pick this up too. #TESDIsTheShark.

9 of 9 people found this review helpful

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  • M.Argentina
  • 02-04-15

Deserving six stars

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

#TESDmakeseverythingbetter

What other book might you compare Tell 'Em Steve Dave Presents: A Small Fistful of Dollahs to and why?

The only one even close is "Tell Em Steve Dave Fair-re-re Tale Theater"

Any additional comments?

There's no such thing as too much Sunday Jeff or Tell 'em Steve-Dave

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 03-04-15

One of the greatest literary works of all time!!!

Thank you TESD! Think was brilliant! It delivered on all accounts and I couldn't have asked for more. You keep making them, I'll keep buying them!

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  • Mark Lehman Jr.
  • 03-04-15

Greatest audiobook since fair-re-re tale theater

Non stop laughs and nostalgic callbacks. Words cannot describe how much joy this audiobook has given me. I look forward to future TESD projects. Great job guys!

5 of 5 people found this review helpful

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  • Craig
  • 03-04-15

The Citizen Kane of audiobooks

Never have I been so moved by a piece of art. Possibly the most talented cast ever assembled. The TESD references truly warmed my heart. 🐜🐜🐜

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  • Sean
  • 02-04-15

I'm a famous boy

There is no moment in which each participant fails to be a human miracle.

Too funny. It makes me sad for anything else that thinks they bring the ruckus. Thanks for all the effort, boys.

You Hitlearn Something New Every Day.

@TheRealSHINK / @mypeniseternal

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  • RAH
  • 30-10-17

A lesson for all who approach audible as a medium

I am a huge fan of the old time radio programs and A small Fist Full of Dollaws is a throw back to the good old days when people wrote radio plays. You can listen to a story wrote for radio being acted out and then try listening to a book being read. There is no comparison. You never have to ask who is supposed to be saying that? You never have to listen to some guy do a !@#$ high pitch voice to insinuate a female character is speaking. I'm probably in the minority on this but I think writers who want to pursue audible would be better served to write for it old radio style. Short and to the point. I have tried to listen to a couple of audible books and it sounds so stupid I just can't get into it. Unlike the books I tried to listen to, Fist goes full on into comedy using all the genera's I love to paint a rough scummy exploitation environment sure to escalate into violence and hilarity. The unknown narrator here sounds good enough to play Johnny Dollar. It's so reminiscent of old time detective shows it pulls you right along and right into the story assured that this is a top quality production. The guy who plays Dollaw pulls from the master and godfather of blacksploitation Rudy The Human Tornado Ray Moore. Delivering lines that come off powerful and hilarious he punches you right in the face with laughter. The humor is anti pc and despite what lily white privileged puds think makes a brother feel right at home. They pay true homage to keeping your pimp hand strong. It paints the picture of Dollaw as a real man surrounded by women constantly. Unlike the modern so called straight man who thinks one woman makes the man and hangs out with dudes all day, Dollaw is at home with us who see how gay the rest of you are. I mean you know how many gay guys I know who have been with "a" woman and then ended up spending most their time with men at gyms and on fields? Even when this excellent effort at recreating like a flash back ride into the 70's end's the creators come on and do a personal show. How many authors respect their audience enough to do that? They get up close and real personal and show that even in their personal lives, unlike most writers, they are actually interesting and funny. I highly recommend this to anyone into G thangs. If you like truck Turner, If you think The Hammer should have got a raise not fired, if you like the scene in black Belt Jones where dude turns off the lights and whips up bad, if you think Isaac Hayes was the man kicking butt next to a slap happy priest like in Three tough guys, this is for you. They are ahead of the game and other authors stand to learn from their example.

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  • Barry
  • 03-04-15

A must for all ants

Totally worth the wait. The performances were top notch and it was hilarious throughout. Get on it now. Can't wait to see what they do next.

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  • Jose
  • 02-04-15

Exceeded Expectations.

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

If you're a fellow ant, do yourself a favor and get it now!

What did you like best about this story?

Sunday Jeff is a POWERHOUSE. A god amongst us.

Which scene was your favorite?

Any time Sunday Jeff spits out a line as Dollah, is gold.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful