Woodworker, writer, whisky-lover, actor and all-around renaissance man Nick Offerman has a new twice-a-week Substack newsletter, “Donkey Thoughts,” in which he hopes, he writes, to be sometimes useful and “at least relatively amusing.” Having read (nay, devoured) all of Nick’s books; I have no doubt he will succeed on both fronts.
I couldn’t hit “subscribe” fast enough. Because yes, as long as Nick is the “slow-talking…medium-looking white guy in his fifties try to find his figurative ass with both hands,” I very much look forward to reading about it. The text version will be free, he writes, “but if you want to be able to ask questions or see the bonus materials, which may or may not include some minor nudity, or eventually imbibe the scents(!), you’ll need to subscribe. It’s extortion, yes, but at least I’m up front about it.”
Consider me gleefully extorted.
14 thoughts on “Nick Offerman, ‘Donkey Thoughts’”
Wait, he was in Gilmore Girls? My wife used to watch that show religiously and I don’t remember him in there. Thanks for the heads up, i had never heard of Substack before.
Yep – Jackson’s brother (maybe cousin), I think?
Yup, Jackson’s older brother, Beau.
Funny, my wife and I were just revisiting Gilmore and just came across his appearances, much to our delight. His character varies very differently from his first and second appearance.
Anything with his name attached is a fav of mine! I read his latest book ” where the deer and antelope play” because of your bringing out to my attention. So this is a must as well!
It’s unclear. Are we paying for Nick’s minor nudity, or our own.
If anyone wants to see Nick in the buff, you can watch him on Deadwood. I hope the title didn’t have a double meaning . . .
He was in deadwood? I watched that series front to back and dont recall him in it.
One episode. He was a crazy, drunk, naked miner in Al’s office.
His performance in Pam and Tommy is worth every bit of the $6 Hulu will charge you for a month!!
They’ll make a sequel out of anything these days.
Did you intend for this as a reply to the spade bit post?
Ha ha! Riveting.
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