The Joys of Urban Life

If I didn’t bother to self-edit as much as I do, I think I would be Louis C. K. Via DieHipster.


6 thoughts on “The Joys of Urban Life

  1. I did laugh at that, so it must have some truth to his rant, which is odd to me because I don’t see myself as so judgmental. I mean if I see some dude rollerblading toward me in a speedo, my first thought is not that I hate him, but that I love it that someone would do that. Aquarians and Puritans in an urban stew.

  2. While I never wish other people dead, I’m definitely one of those quiet seethers who stars in my own “silent movie of impatient people” every time I go to the post office. I’m chronically impatient.

  3. It makes me feel a little more justified to have my hissy fit at all the Volvo drivers (and by extension all the Prius drivers that used to drive Volvos).

  4. LOVE it. I’ve been thinking a lot lately about how to be a happy, good human. Like practicing patience and not being judgmental and all that stuff. But man oh man, Louis CK is always right on. And he’s funnier than most “good” humans I know. Nothin’ better than a good kvetch, I say. 😉

  5. Meh. I have this ongoing dialogue in my head about being a better person, but the truth is that I really am that impatient, and people really can be that annoying and silly, and I just wouldn’t be me if I didn’t take note of those things. Louis CK is so right about this stuff!

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