by Michael Tedder
Warning: Audio and video contains profanity and coarse humor.
Like a lot of people who grew up in places where there was nothing to do, Aziz Ansari left for New York City as soon as possible. And like a lot of people who don’t really know what they want from their lives, he ended up majoring in business. It wasn’t really for him. “I didn’t really know what I wanted to do, so I thought about maybe trying to open my own business, be an entrepreneur or something. So I went to the business school, Stern. But it was such a weird culture,” he says over cappuccino at an eatery a few blocks away from his Alma Matter,...