Thanks. That's just enough.
Enough for you guysto get used to my head.
I was in denialabout losing my hair.
You really want to know whatyou look like to other people?
Here's how I found out.
Don't look at a pictureof yourself, or in the mirror.
You really want to know?
Have a child draw you.
Yeah. Kids will find your mostinsecure physical quality
and draw the hell out of it,right?
You're, like, five poundsoverweight, like, five pounds.
Kid's, like, "Lookit!I drawing you!
Look! You're a fat circle,you fat circle!"
Your eyesare a millimeter uneven.
An FBI facial retina scan
wouldn't be able to tellthe difference. Kid's, like,
"Here's one eye. Here'sthe other eye, droopy face!
Look, Droopy Face!"
Then they tell you who youlook like. That's never good.
Their frame of referenceis fictional characters.
My niece told me I looked likeMr. Burns from The Simpsons.
No need to clap.
Great. Thank you. That's great.
I'm amazing looking.