I was a Bill Murray fan before I was old enough to be a Bill Murray fan. I thought he was funny. He was always the irreverent clown of the group. But being the play-by-the-rules type I could never try the stuff he did. So I just opted to try to be funny. (I’m still trying.) In a scene in the movie Meatballs (no, this isn’t an endorsement of the movie) Bill tried to give a pep talk to a depressed summer camp kid. At the climax of his pep talk he lead the room in repeating/chanting/yelling, “It just doesn’t matter!” Ever felt like that?
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