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I can't believe how much time has passed. The first time I did stand-up I was 17, and I was really a stand-up once I was 19 in New York, and now I'm 41, and I still feel like I haven't found myself onstage.

I like my life alone.

Men like to squash you. I just want someone who's happy with himself, happy with his life. He doesn't have to squash mine.

By the time I would have graduated, at 22, I was a writer and featured performer on Saturday Night Live.

Everyone self-Googles. And, I have, of course, the Google alert.

Growing up, I always loved Disney movies, but the first movie I remember seeing is 'Sleepers,' so I wasn't really taken to children's movies.

My growing up years, we watched 'Happy Days,' every night. I don't know what was reruns and what was new.

And then before going back for my sophomore year, I decided to change my major to arts and sciences, and my dad cut a deal with me: He said if I'd quit school he'd pay my rent for the next three years, as if I were in school.

I definitely think that prescription drugs, like antidepressants, are prescribed so cavalierly, anyone can get anything, but I need it. I do think that it needs to work hand and hand with therapy.

I like my life alone. I mean, I love being with friends, and I love kissing and loving someone to pieces. But it's hard to find someone who doesn't ultimately start judging you and your choices.

I tend to be more arrogant on stage. Far more ignorant. I sometimes say what I think and sometimes say the opposite of what I think and the lines get blurred, but I can only hope that some kind of absolute power transcends.

I think maybe I became funny because as a kid, I was a Jew in a town of no Jews, and being funny just instinctively came about as a way to put people at ease around me.

I don't set out to offend or shock, but I also don't do anything to avoid it.

It shows the truth - that the real meaning of a word is only as powerful or harmless as the emotion behind it.

I mean, I love being with friends and I love kissing and loving someone to pieces. But it's hard to find someone who doesn't ultimately start judging you and your choices.

Some people say my humor focuses too much on stereotypes. It doesn't. It focuses on facts.

Well, I'm not afraid to say something if I think it's funny, even if it's harsh or racist.

I have a ton of Holocaust stuff, and some of it is really hard core.

I'm Jewish, but I'm totally not.

Relations between black and white would be greatly improved if we were more accepting of our fears and our feelings and more vocal about it.