Somebody understood how I felt, but was also insightful enough to realize what it’s like to assume it’s a specific experience that nobody else would understand.  Whether Annie is right or wrong that this is universal, the very fact that she said it means that somebody understands.  And that makes it so much easier.

I know, there’s no reason that anybody should care about this, but it’s the only way I can express just how much Dan Harmon and his work have meant to me.  Thank you, Dan Harmon.  Whatever you do next, I’m there.

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6 Responses to The Community Shake-Up — Thank You, Dan Harmon

  1. Myndi says:

    Thanks for being so honest and putting all that out there. And you know you’ll never be alone, partner!!!

  2. mweinraub says:

    Wow, What a great piece. I think your webmaster should make this article a front page piece.

  3. Anne Price says:

    Like.

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  5. Don says:

    Somehow I missed this back in May. Wowza. Great article, my man.

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