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Matt Iseman

Monday, August 19, 201308/19/2013

Matt Iseman on the word ‘stat’

brianregan

Thursday, August 15, 201308/15/2013

Brian Regan on using balloons to sell cars

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Tuesday, August 13, 201308/13/2013

Tom Papa on how his kids don’t like him very much

demetri martin

Monday, August 12, 201308/12/2013

Demetri Martin on surprise parties

Friday, August 9, 201308/09/2013

Mike Birbiglia on women in the dating pool

Nick Turner

Thursday, August 8, 201308/08/2013

Nick Turner on getting a year’s supply of donuts

Michael Palascak

Wednesday, August 7, 201308/07/2013

Michael Palascak on finding ‘the one’

Ben Bailey

Tuesday, August 6, 201308/06/2013

Ben Bailey on Google

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Monday, August 5, 201308/05/2013

Jim Gaffigan on making the bed

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