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How difficult is it to walk a line between affectionate mockery and hostile ridicule?
It depends on how much I've had to drink because sometimes I don't even see the line. If I haven't had too much, I always go back to the safe plan—make fun of myself more than other people. If I do that, people will forgive my irresponsibility and ignorance. If they don't, I just ignore their emails.
How did Michael Showalter get involved?
He was my professor at NYU and he mentored Desiree and me when we were thinking of writing a feature together. He's been really supportive. It might be all the money I've given him, but I'm guessing it's more that he thinks I'm a genuis [sic—an email joke, right?].
Do you think the Park Slope experience is substantially different for those who live off the Seventh Avenue F and those closer to, say, the Bergen Street 2/3?
Um. I don't ride the 2/3. Gross.
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