Sh*t My Dad Says with Justin Halpern
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I didn't hear about this guy prior to attending. I thought it was going to be a performance actually. The interview was about 35 minutes long, followed by 20 minutes or so of Q & A. I bought his book afterwards and had it signed. Read his book...continued
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How did Justin Halpern’s daily postings of crazy things his dad says turn into a Twitter page with over one million followers? Not to mention a number one bestselling book and planned sitcom starring William Shatner? Justin Halpern reveals the story behind _Sh*t My Dad Says, _the hilarious portrait of a father-son relationship.
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