"Six to Eight Black Men" is an essay written by satirist David Sedaris for his collection of essays called Dress Your Family in Corduroy and
Denim. I find Sedaris hilarious and this is one of his best. It's pretty short, the PDF is a little over three pages. I've never listened to it
but I've also included Sedaris's reading of the essay at Carnegie Hall.
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