Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Eugene Mirman's 2009 LHS Commencement Speech

This year, as usual, many high schools asked famous alumni to give the commencement speech. This year, Eugene Mirman, author of The Will to Whatevs, spoke to the 2009 Lexington High School graduating class in Massachusetts. What's unusual is Eugene's take on life after high school: “The main difference for you, between life yesterday and life tomorrow, is you can go to the bathroom whenever you want. It’s a pretty big responsibility, but you’ve earned it.”

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