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Former disc jockey Jack Mayberry has been performing stand-up comedy for more than 20 years. Because of his broadcasting background, the L.A.-based Mayberry considers himself a news junkie. But he doesn't take sides. "I vote against people, I don't vote for them," he says. "When I was trying to decide between Kerry and Bush, it was like trying to decide if you wanted your leg cut off just above or just below the knee."
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