At Vanity Fair, Louis CK fills out a questionnaire covering a broad range of topics. It’s predictably pretty funny, with language (also predictably) NSFW. Of note: When asked to name “when and where [he] was happiest,” he says:
I got Luis Tiant’s autograph at a paint store when I was nine years old. Some local paint store hired him to sit at a table for a day and autograph these leaflets advertising their special prices on paints. He looked miserable. I remember thinking, This is the best moment of my entire life and the worst moment of his. Luis Tiant was a pitcher for the Boston Red Sox, by the way.
I would pay a whole lot of money to hear Louis CK do color commentary for a baseball broadcast, FWIW.
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