On Letterman, Jake Johannsen has rules about who his real Facebook friends are

Has any stand-up comedian performed more stand-up sets on David Letterman’s shows than Jake Johannsen?

Think about it for a moment. Johannsen has performed more than 40 times on Letterman’s late-night shows, dating back to his NBC Late Night overnights in the 1980s. For his first appearance on Late Show with David Letterman in 2013, Johannsen notes how technology has changed the concept of whether we’re even out in public when we’re out in public. Perhaps we’re never alone. Though sometimes our lives and photos of our food should be. Johannsen wonders aloud about non-faces on Facebook. Do you wonder? You should.

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