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Sarah Silverman Shows Us Her Tits

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1/23/2007 | Download File (4.31 MB)

Political correctness officially had a massive heart attack and died when South Park hit the air in 1997, but ever since then, Sarah Silverman has been gleefully squatting over its grave and making a cocky. The writer-comic-actress uses her appealing features and twinkly eyes to throw you off as she detonates verbal WMD's about everything from Jesus's nailing to the holocaust to 9-11. (She was especially devastated by that last event because it happened on the same day she found out "the soy chai latte was like 900 calories.") And I - who used to wear combat boots and hold signs picketing both Basic Instinct and the FDA - am only protesting that she please shut the fuck up for a second and let me catch my breath from laughing so hard.

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