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It was one of several topics included in her "Gone Madigan" special. The St. Louis native also touched on refusing to talk on the phone to siblings with children, the illegal "noodling" debate in Missouri and crystal meth. Madigan also discussed the hot-button issue of legalizing marijuana and the argument by its opponents that it is a gateway drug. She argued that Americans simply don't care about health care and other issues. Her case in point: Typing the word "is" into Google, with the top three results being: "Is Santa Claus real? She also discussed her displeasure with Oprah Winfrey, joining a gym, getting older, and the cultural differences between California and the northwest and Missouri. It was one of many punchlines that landed with resounding audible effect during a performance that was well-paced and well-played. Note to readers: if you purchase something through one of our affiliate links we may earn a commission. All rights reserved About Us.
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In addition to her stand up comedy performances, she is a regular guest on a variety of U. Kathleen Madigan is one of seven children in the large Irish Catholic family of Jack and Vicki Madigan, a lawyer and a nurse respectively. Louis suburb of Florissant,  although the family also lived for periods of time in House Springs, Missouri and in the Lake of the Ozarks region of central Missouri. At the time, she was 4' 5" tall, becoming the shortest person to ever win the event.
Recently I noticed a queer pattern—something that appears, for whatever reason, to have eluded serious academic consideration. Jerry Seinfeld might have opened up this can of worms by saying, "Have you ever noticed how female comedy is dominated by lesbians? Not all comediennes, of course, find men as arousing as sidewalk pavement. Now, without reaching for your nearest Google search bar, name a single gay male stand-up. The only one I could come up with is Ant. Sure, there are plenty of gay male comedic writers behind the scenes, and also character actors on comedy sitcoms, but in terms of heavy-hitters in the world of comedy, lesbians put us gay males to shame.