Politicians are the serious maniacs in our society, so says Larry. He then gives advice on how a gillionaire can easily win an election. He also talks about when his parents asked him what he wanted to do with his life. Amazingly, nobody fainted, dropped dead, took a swing at him or did a spit-take when he said he wanted to be a comedian.
Also in this episode, Larry expresses dumbfoundation that someone got credit for inventing the number zero. Hear how Larry feels simultaneously proud that he has evolved from writing with a quill into a user of modern technology, but still feel suppressed by technology.
He discusses the essentially creepy nature of Washington, DC and tells of his frank, but brief chat with the Jefferson Memorial and the time he met The Great Emancipator.
Hear about the time Larry accidentally shaved the molding off the side of his dad’s station wagon and the time he unwittingly played Santa Claus to the Amtrak workers all up and down the eastern corridor.
Quote of the week: “I know dat guy!”
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Executive Producer: Donny Misraje
Producer: Jeff Fox
Audio Engineer: Chris Laxamana
Show Summary: Matt Fondiler
Web Engineering: Sandy Ganz