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May 09, 2009

Garofalo: "If there are any tea baggers here, welcome, and white power."

It looks like someone needs more attention (link). Troubled ex-cutie Janeane Garofalo - now looking like one of the minor antagonists from Chained Heat - did a show at the Somerville Theatre in Cambridge, Mass. on Friday. The 900-seat auditorium was "nearly full", and her multitudes were in for a treat:

"If there are any tea baggers here, welcome, and white power," she said to laughs, before darting into a commentary on thongs, Spanx and a 22-hour flight to Australia... The pint-sized Providence College graduate paired heartfelt confessions with jabs at pop culture... At one moment she would share her fear of having children... The most suprising part of Garofalo’s show was her vulnerability. The alt comedy darling, a confessed Catholic-turned-atheist, said she joined CYO in high school because she was with other kids "that said no to life."

UPDATE: Maybe she's just angry about this scene from 24:

Posted in Janeane at May 9, 2009 12:09 PM

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