Faking Interest In Others

Amazon suggests I should buy How To Win Friends and Influence People. Fake an interest in other people’s well being as long as possible. It’s easier said than done. Amazon AI knows my ego has no bounds.

I like Duplass brothers fare but Paddleton is killing me fastly. Ray Romano can play a bumbling everyman with heart with an extra crappy hair due, got it.

Ricky Gervais is the funniest awards host of his day but his stand up specials on reacting to his social media critics are total snooze slogs. 3 kids later, large doses of atheist blowhards with English accents fail to get off my mind man.

Parents who get their kids to sleep from 7 to 7 either A) Have super hot wives to mount after lights out. B) Have super boring kids they can’t stand already or C) Value bingeing on what joy their wife or kids fail to deliver.

I don’t know what’s more infuriating. Whitney Cummings thinking she’s such a deep thinker because she does equestrian sensitivity training or Jason Alexander playing the dumpy, blah brained role of Trump is bad bickerer on Twitter.

I don’t envy parents who banged out kids who sleep from 7 to 7. But I do question their kids limited imagination, conversational might and availability of interesting siblings to stay up with. Fucking Quakers.

Michael Kornbluth

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