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  • Attempting Normal | Marc Maron

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    • UNABRIDGED (5 hrs and 34 mins)
    • By Marc Maron
    • Narrated By Marc Maron
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    Marc Maron was a parent-scarred, angst-filled, drug-dabbling, love-starved comedian who dreamed of a simple life: a wife, a home, a sitcom to call his own. But instead he woke up one day to find himself fired from his radio job, surrounded by feral cats, and emotionally and financially annihilated by a divorce from a woman he thought he loved. He tried to heal his broken heart through whatever means he could find - minor-league hoarding, Viagra addiction, accidental racial profiling, cat fancying, flying airplanes with his mind - but nothing seemed to work. It was only when he was stripped down to nothing that he found his way back.

    Graeme says: "A sad, funny man"
  • After 9/11, Nothing Was Funny | Brooke Gladstone,Bob Garfield,Will Ferrell,Marc Maron

    After 9/11, Nothing Was Funny

    • ORIGINAL (14 mins)
    • By Brooke Gladstone, Bob Garfield, Will Ferrell, and others
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    In the days and weeks after the towers fell, nothing felt funny anymore. Comedians on late night TV and in the comedy clubs of New York questioned...

  • The Jerusalem Syndrome: My Life as a Reluctant Messiah | Marc Maron

    The Jerusalem Syndrome: My Life as a Reluctant Messiah

    • UNABRIDGED (3 hrs and 17 mins)
    • By Marc Maron
    • Narrated By Marc Maron
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    The Jerusalem Syndrome is a genuine psychological phenomenon that often strikes visitors to the Holy Land - the delusion that they are suddenly direct vessels for the voice of God. Marc Maron seems to have a distinctly American version of the Jerusalem Syndrome, which has led him on a lifelong quest for religious significance and revelation in the most unlikely of places.

    Colleen says: "Funny, but very intense!"
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