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Don't Get Too Comfortable by David Rakoff
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May 20, 2007

really liked it

Like Sedaris, Rakoff writes in a dry, self-deprecating voice that makes him immediately endearing (unless you have a problem with left-wing gay men). These relaxed essays don't rely on family anecdotes as much as Sedaris, nor are they as sentimental. Rakoff is a humorist first and the satirical observations on Americanism and a culture of excess make for great light reading that's guilt free, so long as you don't pay $50/lb for imported sea salt from France.

David Rakoff makes me chuckle and chortle oh so heartily. I imagine myself to be laughing at the things smart people laugh at when they read the NEW YORKER!
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