A Conversation Between Marc Maron and Hari Kondabolu (Now Animated)

by hari on August 17, 2010

Here is an animation of the text exchange Marc Maron and I had in Portland, Oregon after my appearance on his WTF Live Podcast at the Bridgetown Comedy Festival. It was made by Anita Drieseberg. The transcript is reposted below:

Marc:
Stewart lee just texted me that he finds u annoying.

Hari:
That’s funny. Stewart Lee told me that he thinks you do a Jewish version of him which he finds flattering.

Marc:
You were funny last nite. Maybe we should travel together.

You don’t mind selling my merch do you?

Hari:
Only if you’re selling copies of the American version of “Never Mind the Buzzcocks.”

Marc:
Those are collectible. Hard to find. Cult stuff. Maybe u could put a dvd together of all your killer sets.

We can sell that.

You don’t have to fill the whole dvd.

12 to 15 mins is fine.

Hari:
I’m currently at a store called House of Vintage. Will I find your career in here?

Marc:
No but you could find some clothes that look like mine. Is that why you are there?

Hari:
Sorry for the late reply. Stopped giving a shit.

Marc:
That was a hurtful out. Stop stealing my angle.

Btw. Word on the street is you’re ‘difficult to work with.’

There’s nothing wrong with pursuing writing.

Cunt.

Hari:
You win.

Marc:
Thank god. I’m exhausted.

Hari:
Want to join me and my friends for a drink? We’re at Mulligan’s. 3518 Hawthorne.

Marc:
Just drove by u on the street. Stop crying.

Hari:
I guess I am the Indian version of you.

Marc:
Touche.

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