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Chris Coen is a versatile comedian who has been named both Funniest Person in Columbus and Cincinnati. He's appeared all over the United States as a feature comedian since 2007. Sarcastic, witty, and embarrassingly honest, Chris is popular with any crowd he meets. ← Older posts Newer posts →

And we get dumberer yet again

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We had a quick family trip to the mall for a Santa event on Sunday.  Nothing says Merry Christmas like being around 78 snot dripping children, each vying for an opportunity to start the next virus merry go round in

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Stan Lee and power of imagination

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Stan Lee, the patriarch of Marvel Comics, passed away yesterday at 95 years of age.  I had heard he was in poor health, but the news was really crushing nonetheless.  Stan got started at the age of 18 working for

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Concert review: Jamey Johnson

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My wife got tickets to see Jamey Johnson for our anniversary in my hometown last week.  I hadn’t been back in a while and we ended up going with a lot of my good friends from high school, so it

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Vote! Or Dont!

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When I was in middle school, Bill Clinton, Ross Perot and George Bush (there was no need for the H.W. then) were running in 1992 and MTV was all about Rock the Vote.  Between music videos, they would have short

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Kids are lazy and I am fat

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Well, I picked a hell of a time to start really trying to lose weight.  Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas all on the radar.  We took the kids trick or treating Wednesday.  It was raining all day, but briefly broke so

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Why the “Swastika Saturday” controversy matters

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This past weekend, with the news of the hateful massacre of eleven Jewish people in Pittsburgh, I noticed some buzz about a local controversy.  A haunted house that has been around for years apparently was its annual “Swastika Saturday” event. 

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