There are many inventions that are vital to society today. The wheel, which was invented around six to seven thousand years ago is one that comes to mind as an invention that impacted society the most. Penicillin is another one that comes to mind, invented in 1928. If it wasn’t for that, a lot more people would be running around with bacterial infections. The invention of electricity, now that’s a big deal, could you even fathom living in a world without it? All of these inventions pale in comparison to the creation of Seinfeld. If you put a gun to my head and told me I could only have one man-made thing, give me Seinfeld. The internet, the car, electricity, sliced bread all of these things are worthless without Seinfeld.
Within Seinfeld it holds all the answers that you’ll ever need in life in 180 episodes. You don’t need friends, you don’t need parents, you don’t need a family, you don’t even need electricity – all you need in your life is Seinfeld.
Now, I’ve ruined my chance at making friends and lady friends on several occasions because of my membership in the church of Larry David. When there is something that I can relate to in a conversation, I don’t have a choice, I do it. I get weird looks, but I keep doing it cause that’s what Larry David would’ve wanted.
Adam Lefkoe of WHAS11 in Kentucky is a guy that wouldn’t look at me as if I was a mental patient if I went into a Seinfeld bit in a diner at 3 AM. As a follower of Larry David, he would join me. I wouldn’t have to play two characters at once and honestly, that’s all I really want out of life. I want to have a man like Adam Lefkoe to go into Seinfeld bits with me in a diner at 3 AM.