Weird Al Yankovic

On seeing Weird Al, advanced human, at Pier Six and crying tears of joy

On seeing Weird Al, advanced human, at Pier Six and crying tears of joy

If ever a journalist tiger were to show her journalistic stripes, ah friends, it would be now, here. I cried at the Weird Al show last Saturday. Multiple times. I wore a Hawaiian shirt and I cried like a baby. I cried like a baby would cry if an 8-year-old girl baby saw into the future and realized, with relief, that Weird Al is alive and well and great at his job.

The formal components of a live Weird Al set are spelled out in his Wikipedia entry, and it feels strange that at some point during this article I should have to explain precisely

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