My Favorite Shortcomings: Podcasters Pick Their Favorite Essays By Kevin Cummings
Thanks to its quick-witted word play and wry insights into domestic life, the Shortcomings Audio weekly podcast has garnered a world-wide audience with observations like: ...I slipped solidly into geekdom at the age of ten when I was fitted with a pair of black-rimmed glasses that had all of the aesthetic appeal and elegance of a spork at formal dinner party...When people say that the romance has gone out of their marriage, they generally mean they've had children. Parenthood is a major toll booth on the expressway of romance...Until I started sitting in the passenger seat while my son drove, I'd never noticed how many utterly crazy people there are on the roads...Chosen (mostly) by other podcasters these fifteen essays represent some of the highlights from the first one hundred episodes of the Shortcomings Audio weekly podcast.
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- 14 Sep 2011
- Morrisville, NC, United States