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@cal body 1 no indent:An old adage claims that comedians are all frustrated rock stars. But stand-up comic Ted Alexandro is a frustrated jazz musician. He was majoring in jazz piano in college before comedy beckoned. Most of his material revolves around universal subjects -- like politics and religion. “I received a blowjob from a girl wearing a ‘What Would Jesus Do?’ bracelet,” he says. “Luckily, she was good. Because it would have been awkward if I would have had to correct her: ‘Jesus would use less teeth. Jesus would work the balls.’”
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