Penn Jillette needs a blog. In his second book of essays, Jillette, the blustery half of the comedy/magic/charlatan-debunking duo Penn & Teller, waxes poetic and profane about his atheism, his children, his sexual peccadilloes, his libertarianism, and his adventures in and out of showbiz. The upside is that some of his stories are uproarious. The downside is that most of them are repetitive and full of digressive asides derailing his points and stomping on his punchlines. Lazily edited work of this type is more appropriate for the free press of the Internet than the printed page.