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John Caparulo had me over to his palatial estate to do a podcast and we spent most of it talking about poker. Cap was the reason I started playing poker at casinos. He introduced it to Steve Rannazzisi and me about 10 years ago and I caught the bug hard. We had some great times going down to the LA casinos late night after the Comedy Store was over. Hustler, Commerce, Hollywood Park, we hit them all. The last hour was just fun memories. So enjoy. And please enjoy an extra long introduction that has me venting about censorship in comedy.
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Look how thin he looks here! I forgot he used to be a pencil necked geek.
Yeah, San Diego hasn’t won a lot but they kind of don’t care. Charger games are all about the tailgate.
Motorhead – The Ace of Spades (I met Lemmy once when I was doing Down and Dirty with Jim Norton for HBO (still my only real TV appearance). He was cool and a bad ass and he was 270 by then).
Eric Cartman – Poker Face (I could have used the original, but how can I not take a chance to use something from South Park)?
Pharoahe Monch – Simon Says (Just coincidence that he talks about New York the week I came here for good)
Johnny Cash – The Gambler (I was gonna use the Kenny Rogers version but, man, I just like the way Johnny Cash made music for a while there. And I think I’ll save the original for when I get a professional poker player).
Main Entry: 2censor
Inflected Form(s): cen·sored; cen·sor·ing /sen(t)s-(-)ri/
: to examine in order to prevent publication or take out things thought to be objectionable; also : to delete things thought to be objectionable
Here’s the article that was written about my London, Ontario gig on June 3.