Kimberly considers herself a maverick, which means an unorthodox or independent-minded person or an unbranded calf or yearling. She prefers the first definition.
A writer, an architect and historian, an artist, and most recently, a musician, she is fascinated with juxtapositions like positive and negative, beauty and ugly, sublime and repulsive, black and white, reality and fantasy; and with the notion of the “other” and what it means to be human. She is also a bit obsessed with simulation theory. Kimberly currently spends her time between playwriting and bartending at her favorite dive bars.
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Not to take away from the moving documentary (it’s almost literally a wonderful and moving Cal Berkeley lecture), but here is Comedy Central’s take, starring Robert Reich:
Colbert’s sparring with RR actually helps prove the point.