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Comedian Adam Carolla To Publish A Book Of Rants

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LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Adam Carolla has something to complain about.

His spokesman, Lewis Kay, says the former disc jockey, "Dancing With the Stars" contestant and "The Man Show" co-host is writing a book of rants.

"This Year in Rage" is set for publication next fall by Crown, an imprint of Random House Inc. Among the topics Carolla will cover: the economy, sports, bloggers, religion, politics, movies, dating, social networking sites and sex.

Carolla was co-host of "Loveline," the syndicated radio show and MTV series featuring Dr. Drew Pinsky. He replaced Howard Stern in 12 markets after the shock jock left for satellite radio in 2006.

The 45-year-old comedian has been hosting a popular podcast since his radio show was canceled by CBS earlier this year.

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