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Sam Tripoli stops by the Deathsquad studios to tell me about his uncanny ability to get women to have sex with him. Sam isn’t an ugly guy, but he is overweight and he is an Armenian, which are two things working against him. It’s always amazed me how he can get women to do things for which their fathers would disown them.
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Sam runs the second funnest show in Los Angeles (after my This Is Not Happening storyteller show) call the Naughty Show. It happens monthly in Los Angeles (usually at the Improv) and it’s amazing. I call it the modern variety show. It’s managed to update all that stupid innuendo that the old versions of variety shows used. Here’s a clip of something I did for one of the shows. He got Rowdy Roddy Piper to come beat me up to defend the honor of Dana Dearmond. It was featured on TMZ but they thought it was real so they didn’t really get it.
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To listen directly, click here: (Skeptic Tank #22)
During a recent comedy trip to Washington, DC, I was able to talk to my father about his experience in the Holocaust. We’ve never really talked about it before so a lot of what you’ll hear was the first time I’ve ever heard it. This episode isn’t quite as funny as some of the other ones because of the subject matter and because of the way I act around conservative people like my father.
The picture for this episode is of my father and his family from IASI (pronounced YASH) just after the war on the 29th of July, 1946. From the looks of this picture, I would never imagine the horrors they had just gone through. It really amazes me that all of these people were able to survive.