It is not original to love Tina Fey.  It does not set you apart to be a 20 (or 30!) -something woman who finds Ms. Fey to be hilarious and wry, crass yet sophisticated, attractive but not shallow.  And so it will not tell you much about me when I say that I am dying to own my very own copy of Bossypants.  And it is likewise unoriginal to say that I identify with Tina Fey, that I worry about some of the same things (in the workplace, in my personal future) that she comments on, that I think of her as a role model and a person who speaks the truth and an important figure in our society.  Maybe that sounds a little grandiose (Ms. Fey would probably think so), but it’s true.


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