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David Huntsberger is getting to know America. "I've been driving more," he says. "Before performing at Acme, I'm going to be doing 12 nights in a row in different cities. So I'll fly to the first location, and then drive to the rest of them." It's a better way to travel, he insists. "I've been doing that for the last few years," he adds. "I really don't like going to the airport and going through security over and over and then being stuck on a flight. Driving can get a little taxing as well, but you get to see America." Sometimes he'll sightsee when he reaches his destination. "It just depends. I'll sometimes feel bad if I spend a day in the hotel watching movies and thinking, 'I should be out seeing a new place.' But to some degree that's what being a comedian is. It's nice to take a day and hang out with your thoughts a bit." Onstage, he talks about things he describes as "hippie-ish" and spiritual, but still grounded. "I like things to be rooted in, 'Here's what we know about the universe.' But I also I thinks it's boring to be locked into that. There was the Big Bang, and we're nothing more than biological material, and when we die there's nothingness. That's boring to me. There's no imagination to that. So I'm like, 'What if it's this, or that?'" 18+.