McTavish: Comic Koplitz Skewers Men, Talks Sex at Stanford & Sons

Stand-up comic Lynne Koplitz was onstage fluently talking about feeding arsenic to all of the men who drive her and other women crazy.

Besides laughs, she was getting nods from females in the audience on Friday night at Stanford & Sons Comedy Club at the Legends in Kansas City, Kan.
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5 Responses to McTavish: Comic Koplitz Skewers Men, Talks Sex at Stanford & Sons

  1. Anonymous says:

    Not funny
    say that reminds me, I wonder how many wives and girlfirends were beaten up the other day when thier man’s team lost?

    and hey

    “what do 100 battered weoman have in common? THEY WONT SHUT UP”, HAHAHAHAHzzzzippp, then silence.

    yeah, that is what I thought, the violence not so fucking funny when it is the jokes are told the other way around, eh?

    To this day I never understood this fuvking shit, like how did people allow the Dixie Slits to have that song about killing Earl. EARL IS DEAD, LETS DANCE AROUND AND BE HAPPY. WTF???

    violence is violence, it goes both ways, dont fucking hit ( or stab ) anyone. period.

    And dont say “oh I was kidding, it is was joke”. it is not funny.

  2. Anonymous says:

    It’s COMEDY! Just laugh and don’t take it so personally.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I was there and this chick was pretty funny. The line was “spraying this room with bullets” not “spraying this room with bullshit”. I don’t even see how that makes sense. Skip was hilarious too but I feel like the opener deserves some credit as well. Dude was fucking hilarious and probably the highlight of the night.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Thanks, Tony. I’ll make the fix. Still, I think “bullshit” might be even funnier…

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