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Look, I’m a grown man, but when I saw this, I did do a little squeal-jump-clap.
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In a world full of ill-advised ponytails, this may be the ill-advisiest.
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The Dana Gould Hour Podcast LIVE? Yes! Jan 31st, the Eureka Theater in San Francisco. Tix?sfsketchfest.com
This is kind of how I feel when I see this pop up as a meme.
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In a world of incongruous disco balls, the lonely, forgotten disco balls hovering sadly over comedy shows are by far the incongruestest.
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The descendants of this dinosaur started those little massage chairs at the mall.
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Animatronic tour guide at the Discovering Dinosaurs exhibit. 21st Century America - even the robots are fat.
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Throwback Thursday! Unearthed an old publicity photo from my first talk show, Toddlin’ Time.
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Me! Live! Philadelphia! Next Wed the 15th - Sat 18th. You! Come! Please? Tix? Here! https://center-stage.seatengine.com/venues/helium-comedy-club
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Looking for a story about a ventriloquist that ISN’T creepy? Keep looking! Actress Candice Bergen (Murphy Brown) is the daughter of famous ventriloquist Edgar Bergen. Edgar and his dummy, Charlie McCarthy were huge stars in the 30’s and 40’s. According to family friend Orson Welles, “For the first three years of her life, Candice had breakfast with Edgar and Charlie McCarthy, and thought Charlie was her brother. Charlie would sit there and talk to her: ‘Drink your milk.’ Her father never spoke directly to her. ‘Til one day she opened a closet she wasn’t supposed to open and found five of her brothers hanging there.”
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