[sputtered Chinese curse in surprise]
His No Country for Old Men research consisted of having a dad.
#5. Woody Harrelson’s Dad Was a Contract Killer
Charles Harrelson walked out on his wife and three sons in 1968, which was only the third worst thing he did that year. After being acquitted for a murder he probably committed thanks to a bush league prosecutor, Charles was hired to kill another person so the victim’s business partner could collect insurance money. Amazingly, he got off again, this time on a mistrial, because Texas’ judicial system in the ’60s was apparently the equivalent of a first-turn guess in a game of Clue. Let that sink in — Charles Harrelson killed two people in one year and got away with it both times.
Clowns get sad too, even if they have podcasts.
#4. Comedians Are Sadder Than Everyone Else
A study from the British Journal of Psychology found that comedians are more likely than others to admit to being easily distracted, antisocial, and compulsive and have less interest in connecting with other humans. Most of us would look at those qualities and say, “Sooo, comedians are kind of introverted?” Psychologists look at them and say, “CRAZY!” Probably because psychologists are still mad about flunking out of comedy school. Not good, either way.
"Another young lady named Noël Wells got a job with us in 2011, on the video side. You might have seen her doing a Lena Dunham impression in one of our videos. Or, a couple of years later, maybe you saw her doing her Lena Dunham impression as a full-time cast member of Saturday Night Live, alongside Tina Fey…..after that show stole her away from us last year.”
Someone inspire me. I want to write for them.
YOU CAN DO THIS palavra-valise.tumblr.com
I just need to fucking write for these guys. Buckle down and write an article.
Hee! Hee! - Michael Jackson, 2014