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.

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That was bullshit and so can you has a bit of everything. A little pop culture. Lots of discussions on cannibalism. Awkwardly insightful business advice. “NFTs amiright?” Okay, no business advice. Data deep dives. Some rants. A unique perspective on hotdogs. Pretentiously whimsical music recommendations. Insider info about the upcoming Astros/Mariners series. Etc.

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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