I hate cars; in terms of what they do to nature and personally I just don't like driving them. I think they're a very bad way to design a transportation system.
The idea that you must bathe every day is, to a certain extent, a manufacture on the part of the soap industry.
I eat about two meals a day vegan, is my rule of thumb. When I'm traveling, all bets are off, but I don't cook meat in the house. I rarely cook eggs. I never use milk. But when I go out to eat for a special treat, I'll have some meat. But I know, personally, that's the best I'm ever going to do in my life.
Into the Breach' is a wonderful strategy game where you play that you are trying to stop an alien invasion. But of course, 'Zelda: Breath of the Wild' and 'Super Mario Odyssey' are just two of the most superlative games ever made, and so when I have time to completely lose myself in those, it's really, really a joy.
There's no replacement for having a burning desire to talk about something: 'I know this and other people need to know!'
If it weren't for the fellow union members and leaders who have my back, the barons of the TV industry would happily pay me a nickel a page and spend what would have been my residuals on more caviar to put in their infinity pools.
Generational thinking has always been reductive and condescending.
I think that at the end of the day correcting misinformation and questioning what we think we know as a habit of mind is incredibly important.
I'm a naturally curious person.
People are so quick to demonize and stereotype those on the other side that they often say that it's impossible to work with people on the other side.
Narcissism is a fact of life - it's a natural part of growing older, right? It's a part of your development. So being angry about the younger generation being 'narcissistic,' that's like saying 'Oh, this young generation only wants to poop in their diaper! They don't want to use the bathroom!'
I think the best comedy enlightens, informs, and changes the way people look at the world.
We've had erratic, weird presidents before. America's still here.
Fingerprint matching is - you know the whole thing about how no two fingerprints are alike? That's not strictly true.
I wanted to go to grad school in philosophy... Nobody was like, 'You should!' You know, they were all like, 'you could?'
I wanted to go to grad school for philosophy, but I couldn't hack it in college, at least I couldn't at that level.
Human capacity for not thinking about what we're doing is infinite.
At any point, the sum total of human knowledge is not, 'Here's the world as it is perfectly,' it's, 'Here's the best we know so far and we're always willing to be proven wrong.'
I'm a liberal arts comedian and the definition of liberal arts is all spheres of human knowledge, coexisting, mixing and influencing each other.
Your date of birth is a security point for identity theft.