Gaffigan, upstanding comedian. Not my favorite, but pretty good. I posted this because one thing rang true for me: he talks about how New Yorkers will demand directions rather than ask them.
Many years ago, in Copenhagen, my way was suddenly blocked by a big, wide American man in shorts and a colorful shirt, and a camera on his belly, who said to me in a very forceful voice, without a "hello", "excuse me", or any other preample: "Where's the lakes?!"
He was not being aggressive, it was just that he had no regard for other people's space. Probably not even an idea of it.
It was very weird, it took me a couple moments to figure out even what was going on.