From the guy behind Netflix’s original series, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, comes a unique, absurd newsletter full of jokes, rants, and oddly informative explainers.

Literally behind Jerry Seinfeld in an episode of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.

Wait, what?

This is bullshit and so can you has a bit of everything. A little pop culture. Awkwardly insightful business advice. NFTs amiright? Okay, no business advice. Data deep dives. Some rants. Buttttt… mostly bullshit.

Also just to be clear I’m not the creator of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, I was just eating waffles at a diner in D.C. when Jerry Seinfeld and Dave Chappelle walked in.

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Peter Scobas
I'm a data scientist, a writer, a trail runner, and a spindly little d*ckhead who's madly in love with a 1991 Ford F-150 named Ponyboy.