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Macho Man


Chad Dubral recently celebrated Halloween by getting in a little trouble with the law. "I punched a cop," he says. "I thought he was one of the Village People." The stand-up comic claims he's not homophobic; he's just tired of some of the lifestyle's tell-tale signs. "If you wear a ring on your right ring finger, it means you're gay and available," he says. "I bet right now there's some guy going, ‘Oh shit, dude,' [as he's removing his ring]."
Tue., Nov. 28, 8 p.m.

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