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Tonight’s new episode of Kroll Show features Rich Dicks!
10:30/9:30c on Comedy Central
“I lived here for 12 years. Now I live in California. When I come here, it’s like being home again. I love it. It’s a small town, so I recognize the people, even though I don’t know them. They look like people from here, not from the West Coast.”
“What do you think is the biggest difference between people here and those in California?”
“I was talking to a friend last night, and she was asking me if I had any big plans for the future. I told her that the future is today. It’s not next week, next month or five years from now. And that’s the biggest difference between here and California. Here, you’re always hoping that next weekend when you’re off the weather will be good, and you can go out with your friends, or you can do something outside. If the weather is good. In California, you don’t have to think about that. That big portion of your brain that’s always thinking about the weather is free.”
“How did you decide to move to California?”
“The company I worked with is headquartered here but has offices all over the world. They sent me to California for a few weeks. I was living on the beach, and I would go out for work in the morning, and I would roll up my sleeves, and I would think, ‘This is like a dream!’ Then someone at the office there said, ‘We kind of like you. Can we keep you?’ ‘No, I live in Boston.’ ‘We’ll move you.’ So they paid for everything and moved me. Now I live three blocks away from the beach. So, back to your earlier question. This is what I was talking about. People always tell me, ‘Oh, I really want to do something in the future.’ For me, it’s always, Let yourself be open to opportunities, and it will happen to you. Sometimes people here ask me, ‘Was it a dream for you to live in California?’ I never even thought of living in California! And I’m there now. I came here from Canada, and it was the same thing. I never thought about moving to the US. I was on vacation, and someone offered me a job. I said, “I don’t live here. I’m not even a US citizen.’ They said, ‘We’ll figure it out.’ ‘OK.’
The more you want something, the more resistant you become, and the more standards you set, and the more you start to match people and opportunities with your standards. You want to meet the man or woman of your dreams? The moment you say, ‘You know what? Let it just happen!’ it probably will.”
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