Fuelled by a seemingly-bottomless well of anger, and capable of articulating it hilariously, Michael Legge rages that life isn't as beautiful as it should be. We learn how his own righteous ire mimics that of his bulletproof mum, discover the origins of twitter game #FuckAThing, and just at the end get him to say something pretentious about art. Recorded live at Objectively Funny Festival.
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Published: 26th September 2017. Length: 62 minutes. Size: 28.8mb
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