"I stumble down the hill, filled with excitement. I climb into my barely functioning satire of a car, a 2029 Colbert Electra, and drive north. My journey takes me through the ominous Aziz Ansari Mountains and then deep into the wilds of Dane Cook National Forest. I drive for hours and stop near a bronze statue of Louis C.K. mounted on a steed. I turn off the car, which makes an automated quip about the Republican Party, and then I run into the woods."  -Conan O’Brien on The United States of Comedy: 2035 for Vanity Fair
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"I stumble down the hill, filled with excitement. I climb into my barely functioning satire of a car, a 2029 Colbert Electra, and drive north. My journey takes me through the ominous Aziz Ansari Mountains and then deep into the wilds of Dane Cook National Forest. I drive for hours and stop near a bronze statue of Louis C.K. mounted on a steed. I turn off the car, which makes an automated quip about the Republican Party, and then I run into the woods."  -Conan O’Brien on The United States of Comedy: 2035 for Vanity Fair

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It’s interesting when you’re part of a group—the Jews, to be exact—that the world has had such problems with. It has really nothing to do with religion. That’s why, if my kids didn’t want to go to temple, I used to say, ‘Let me explain something to you: If Hitler came back, he’s not going to ask if you went to temple. You’re already on the train. So you might as well know who you are and why they’re going to take you.

Albert Brooks in Vanity Fair.

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