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    Relax and Trust Me – The Caitlin Gill Interview

    Maybe you’ve seen her on TV on Viceland’s Flophouse, at festivals like Outside Lands or Bridgetown, on the Oddball Comedy Tour, or at any reputable (or not-so-reputable) West Coast comedy venue. Perhaps you’ve heard her voice on NPR, or read a piece she wrote for the New York Times. But if not, there’s a pretty good chance that you’ll at least recognize her from her appearance in a string of commercials for Credit Karma. Yeah, that’s her, Caitlin Gill. Caitlin is a comedy Renaissance woman who’s not afraid to expose virtually every aspect of her life for the sake of …

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    2 Legit 2 Quit – The Barry Rothbart Interview

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    Comedy Juggernaut – The Zeke Herrera Interview

  • Bo-wie Didn’t

    Did you intentionally mean to embarrass and make contributor Cee Cee Hill (David Bowie-Blackstar review) look like an ass who is writing about a musician she obviously knows nothing about?! She wrote that Bowie is best known for his cover of the Nirvana song “The Man Who Sold the World.” Ummmm no. Bowie released the song in 1970 and I am sure Kurt was still in diapers then. By the way, he is more known as the Goblin King than he was known for that song. Any Bowie fan could tell you he is best known for his Ziggy Stardust …

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