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Help Me Find My Car Keys And We Can Drive Out! Paperback – December 30, 2017
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Jon Konrath is a failed musician, former dishwasher, and horrible human being. He has been blogging at rumored.com since 1997.
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But had that happened, Konrath would have filled me with a deep sense of inadequacy, and I likely would have hid him from my friends while doing my best to bring his thoughts to life. Like maybe I'd smoke random non-drug items from a Chatty Kathy doll while pulling her voice-activating strings and try to take credit for it like it was my idea all along.
My life is a lie, but my true life's work would be a lie too because of Jon Konrath. All the crazy got disproportionately distributed to him.
In all seriousness, there is some small intersection between insanity and genius, and every time I have a run in with someone who lives in that space, I realize it isn't as small as I thought. Every mind in that liminal space is so unique.
Konrath defends his own corner at that intersection, and always makes the space between madness and brilliance feel a bit more like home to me. For that reason I love his work. It might not be for everyone, but it is for me.