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Posted at 12:14 PM ET, 03/ 1/2011

Lunch Break

By Ezra Klein

A guy dressed as Boba Fett plays songs from the Legend of Zelda on an accordion while sitting at a subway platform. Because, why not?

By Ezra Klein  | March 1, 2011; 12:14 PM ET
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Ha, in my RSS feed this was still the video of Alec Baldwin on the Larry Sanders Show, because you're reading the same article on Splitsider that I am.

Posted by: HerooftheBeach | March 1, 2011 12:51 PM | Report abuse

Apparently, the layoffs at Borders have already started.

Posted by: johnmarshall5446 | March 1, 2011 12:52 PM | Report abuse

This is Nathan Stodola, the Renegade Accordion, and a good friend of mine. Awesome guy, probably the smartest person I know, he played (sans mask) at my wedding.

Here's a longer piece on him,

here's his facebook,

and his twitter if you want to find him in NYC

Posted by: chargeorge | March 1, 2011 1:17 PM | Report abuse

chargeorge wrote:

"and his twitter if you want to find him in NYC"

He's a bounty hunter, isn't he supposed to find me?

Posted by: johnmarshall5446 | March 1, 2011 2:14 PM | Report abuse

A+. Strong post.

Posted by: bigless55 | March 1, 2011 2:16 PM | Report abuse

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