by Sukey HowardFebruary, 2004
<B>Sukey's favorite</B> Laughter is one of the best cures for the blahs and blues, and few people make me laugh more than David Sedaris. But be warned, a hearty dose of Sedaris may be hazardous to your health causing you to drive past your exit, trip on the treadmill or walk into a snow bank. With this caveat in mind, the audio doctor soundly prescribes <B>David Sedaris: Live at Carnegie Hall</B>. This is Sedaris at his best, tackling and tickling many of the usual suspects his family, the foibles of youth, the difficult French and their difficult language, and even NPR, where he got his start.
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