His career took off in the early Eighties with appearances on several talk shows and a brief role on a popular sitcom. In the early Nineties, he co-created a sitcom of his own based on his stand-up act that became a cult hit.
Seinfeld discusses these people in the chapter Paldom. This chapter is about the complexity of male relationships and how they can end at one glance from a pretty woman.
These people are a large part of Seinfeld's observations. In Personal Maintenance, for example, Seinfeld notes how they can pull the hair from their legs with hot wax, but they are still afraid of spiders.
In the chapter Job Security, Seinfeld discusses several types of jobs. He would most like to be this kind of person because he likes the idea of being allowed to tell people when they have done...
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