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Thread started 05/10/17 10:50am

morningsong

Chris Gethard: Career Suicide

Chris-Gethard_Craig-Blankenhorn_HBO-copy.jpg?w=900I ended up watching this guy's show several times. A rarity for me. Now, myself, I've never been where he's been, not even close. Sure a bit melancholy, but nowhere near this. But what fascinated me was how relatable, or rather comprehensive his act was. I got it! I felt like I walked away with a whole new awareness. Days later I'm still thinking about it. So giving props

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Reply #1 posted 05/11/17 8:36am

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i had never heard of him until two nights ago, when i watched the new-ish mike birbiglia film 'don't think twice.' i really liked it a lot, & thought he (gethard) was probably the most interesting performer in the movie. i just read the atlantic piece on career suicide, & i'm definitely intrigued & will be looking out for it. hopefully it pops up on a platform accessible to me soon.

"Nobody made a greater mistake than he who did nothing because he could do only a little."

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Reply #2 posted 05/11/17 3:02pm

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I thought that was Waldo

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