I love graduation speeches. I have always loved them, I will always love them. Once when I was in my twenties, I laid on my old girlfriend's peach couch (which I still had, but not my girlfriend) and watched twelve hours of graduation speeches on Sunday being televised on that odd BOOK TV channel. I have never been happier.In this Huffington Post piece, you can see a slideshow sample from the book, including cartoons, and Kaplan's thoughts on why graduation speeches inspired him.
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