When I was a kid, and often now, I felt ugly and different.
Not just for my looks.
But my thoughts, the things that I was interested in that other kids weren’t.
And, of course, acne, braces, glasses, wild hair, unathletic, didn’t care about sports, was bullied.
I loved TV for often giving me an escape. I wanted to talk to my TV and climb into its world.
And I guess I still do.
This advice came out in 1965… and it’s still so important for all of us to hear.
All I’ll say is… Herman Munster is wise beyond his years.
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