The men (not boys – important distinction here) that lived close by or attended the same college were never really as interesting as I wanted them to be.
“I grew up watching ‘Ghostbusters’ and ‘Knight Rider’ and Hot Wheels commercials,” he said.
“When I got to college, having never set foot in America, I knew more American pop-culture references than my friends did.” As a standup, he said, “I was so eager to avoid being known as an immigrant comedian, or as a Muslim comedian, that I would just come out wearing a T-shirt and start talking about video games.
In 2009, on the “Late Show with David Letterman,” the comedian Kumail Nanjiani walked onstage, wearing a boxy black suit and a cordless mike, to do a standup set. Then he told a joke about theme-park attractions with excessively convoluted backstories. “I really don’t care what all your professions are. They should change the name of that ride to 1927, ’cause that fact is way scarier than any cyclone,” he said.
A.,” an allusion, presumably, to the fact that he wasn’t. He stood stiffly, swallowing hard, his hands clasped tightly in front of his chest.
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