John Hodgman

author, actor and humorist

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American author, actor and humorist

John Hodgman on KCRW

If you have a vacation home in beautiful western Massachusetts, you’re lucky. If you then buy another vacation home on the coast of Maine, it sounds like your cup runneth over.

John Hodgman on privilege and pain

If you have a vacation home in beautiful western Massachusetts, you’re lucky. If you then buy another vacation home on the coast of Maine, it sounds like your cup runneth over.

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