You may know comedian/actor Eugene Mirman as the landlord on Flight of the Conchords. He's also an author, and his new guidebook, THE WILL TO WHATEVS: A Guide to Modern Life, offers up advice on love, politics, school, and work.
BUT FEH ISN'T FUNNY UNLESS YOU'RE HENNY YOUNGMAN'S UNFUNNY GRANDSON
i love everything eugene says. thanks for putting him on the show.
Does this guy really think he's funny? Maybe he is in print, but he was definitely NOT humorous on the show, Brian. feh
So, your problem with Delta(?)...the one that you made the audience fill out postcards for you at Union Hall...how did that work out?
Love the NYTimes Weekender spoof Eugene is in.
I student taught HS English, mid-60s, suburb of Washinton, DC.My college prep class was obsessed with Ayn Rand. I quickly read the Fountainhead but never got around to Atlas Shrugged. I've thought of those kids often over the years - they'd have been college students during the free-wheeling late 60s and I wondered which "side" they were on. Those kids are 60 now and I wonder if perhaps they're all Republican lawyers or hedge fund managers or maybe (I hope) community organizers. ;-)
Do really advise people to drop L at office parties? Please elaborate.
Does Eugene Merman find it hard to live on land as half fish?
WHO'S ZIPPER WAS THAT?!
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