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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Lenny Bruce
This may be a presidential election year, but don't expect Lewis Black to be enjoying himself.
Let's learn about the legendary comedian, soon to celebrate his 60th birthday.
Satire and live comedy are not for the thin-skinned, as comics from Lenny Bruce to Michael Richards have learned. Apparently nobody bothered to tell Tina Fey.
Ah George, we hardly knew ye. It is fitting to apply this old Irish anti-warlament to the late, great George Carlin, the comedian's comedian who began as a "regular" stand-up and ended as something very different ... and a recipient of the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor.