“It’s so hard to be a parent, especially when you’re in public and your kids have a meltdown,” says comedian Chad Daniels. “Everyone around you expects you to shut them up by any means necessary. You guys, you know that if you give in you’re going to have to deal with that shit for the rest of their lives when they’re pricks, right?” Nowadays, whenever Daniels sees a twentysomething being an a-hole, he wonders, “How many times did his parents just give in?” On Daniels’ home front, he’s just moved into a new house. Like fellow comic Wendy Liebman, he also read The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up. “You put everything in a pile in the middle of the room it belongs in,” Daniels explains, “and if you haven’t used it in a year or it doesn’t bring you joy, get rid of it. You’d think a depressed person would have zero stuff left. It’s a slippery slope once you start doing it.” 18+.