1. gq:

    Inside Mitch Hedberg’s Comedy Notebooks

    Mitch Hedberg was Twitter before Twitter. His jokes were short, inane, and timeless. He was on the road, doing stand-up 300 nights a year, living off vending machines, writing constantly about the world he saw around him. “Mitch wrote some of the best jokes of the last three decades,” says Mike Birbiglia, who like most young comedians idolized Hedberg. “He is one comedian who all comedians agree is great.” Hedberg was never without a pen, and he never threw away a notebook. Since his death in 2005 from a drug overdose, his wife, Lynn Shawcroft, has kept most of the notebooks private. But this year, she opened them up to GQ. The results? A master class in comedy.

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  2. I think Bigfoot is blurry, that’s the problem. It’s not the photographers’ fault. Bigfoot is blurry and that’s extra scary to me. There’s a large, out-of-focus monster roaming the countryside.
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  3. brillo-22:

    Mitch Hedberg. One of the best… one of my all-time favorites.

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  4. No species is more important than the others. All species are interdependent, but people got upset when I said worms were more important than people. {That’s] because worms can live on the earth without us but we can’t live without them. We need them and they don’t need us. And bees and insects and fish: we need them and they don’t need us. It makes them, ecologically, more important than we are. A lot of people don’t like to hear that.
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  5. kid-n0thing:

Yeah just drop me off right here this is good


    Yeah just drop me off right here this is good

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