Full disclosure: I saw him in Portland one time and laughed so hard that I actually thought I might die.
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People tell stories because they are better – more organized, deeper, make more sense – than real life. Maybe there's something wrong with me, but I don't have a problem with Sedaris. I do have a problem with people like James Frey who have autobiographical tales of woe that turn out to be largely made up. There's probably something wrong with me that I don't have the same problem with Sedaris.
What do you think?