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For example, I'd have people come up to me after my shows, and they'd say they want to do stand-up but are scared they're going to fail.
I'd tell them, "You are going to fail, and anyone who is success has powered through many, many failures." Basically, this book is just a funny collection of things that have gone wrong in my life and what I've learned from them.
Controversies over who’s black and who’s not suddenly have become an odd undercurrent along the Democratic fringes of this presidential election campaign.
First, Academy Award-winning actor Morgan Freeman insisted in a radio interview that Barack Obama is not America’s first black president, since his late mother was a Caucasian.
I have to stop myself to getting into it because I realize the thing is if I had gone on his show, or even doing it online, I'm not going to win.
Because as soon as you back off, he still has his platform to say whatever he wants to." The 40-year-old Brady also took offense to Maher’s denigration of his black identity, declaring that if the HBO host and Democratic campaign donor wants to "know how black Wayne Brady is," he would "gladly slap the sh-t out of Bill Maher in front of Coco and Ebony and Fox, the three ladies of the night he has hired." (Maher, thus far, has remained silent.) Listen to the audio below.
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It takes place in NYC, which is the melting pot of the world, so it's only logical to have characters who look like they got their tan from their momma and not from a booth. PT, it's clear that Tyler is not slowing down any time soon.
But more than that, I was thrilled that Tyler was cast because she's a funny, super-confident, and smart female comedian, and it was time she got on America's radar. Lucky for me, she took some time to chat about her ever-busy careers as actress, writer, stand-up comedian, and TV personality. (But first, check out this preview of , and I interview mostly comedians, actors, writers, musicians about their work and their lives.
And since her stint on , which premieres tonight on the CW at 8 P. There's a segment at the end of each podcast where the guest would tell a story about something that had gone wrong in their lives and that would show the listener that successful people aren't magical people.
They just don't let failure define them or keep them from doing what they want to do.