Any Chance You Didn't Shove That Job Yet?
Stand-Up Comedy Specials • 31m
According to Eric Lyden, all it takes to be a comedian is not being able to do anything else. Regardless, having alternative uses for cork screws, shove-it speeches, and white noise machines can't hurt.
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