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Please watch this. It's only 4 min of your life but what has been a life long journey for me.
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FTN podcast Ep68:I am freaking out even horses, I make babies cry and for whatever reason I cannot stop bawling over everything. I am unraveling at the seams. What the hell is wrong with me?

http://lonniebruhn.com/ep68-get-it-together-i-am-a-grown-ass-man/
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ep66: The power of sex is real. It fixes everything gloriously bad in life. Hell, it even cures a hangover, even if only for a brief moment. http://lonniebruhn.com/ep66-sex-drive/
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Okay folks, it's a long story but now you can finally buy my DVD, "TRUTH HURTS" off of my website, via digital video download on Chill.com, cdbaby, iTunes, and Amazon. My work is finished here. http://lonniebruhn.com/buy-my-new-dvd-truth-hurts-today/
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ep63: Sit and Spin. Oh are you going to learn a lot about stupidity. Topics include Sorry Steve, sorry your legs don’t work.
Disabled parking symbols getting a redesign
Disabled Parking Permits expire, of course they do.

http://lonniebruhn.com/ep63-sit-and-spin/
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From The Nook ep70 is up. Listen, this episode isn't for everyone so you might want to read the description before you dive in. http://lonniebruhn.com/category/from-the-nook-podcast/
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After a very long hiatus, From The Nook has returned. I’ll be completely honest when I say, things finally became so bad, I just wasn’t in a space to be creative. I know a lot of regular listeners were disappointing I dropped the project. I’m sure it hurt my listening base,at least it looks like that by the stats. I promise I will rebuild it with your help. Share this episode with everyone because as bad as it has been over the last six to eight months, this episode will go down as my favorite to date.
http://lonniebruhn.com/category/from-the-nook-podcast/
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ep65: Only in America can you get paid to remove a child’s imperfections, perform comedy while you serve time and get payed to do a job you clearly don’t intend on doing correctly. http://lonniebruhn.com/ep65-state-of-the-union/
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#fromthenook Ep64:If our country gets to a point where just a small rumor can cause 89 people to be trampled to death, then and only then will I become concerned about the direction we are heading in.

India, you don’t need to be powerful, you can just be convincing.

China, Baby Schmaybe. Like old computer monitors. How do you dispose of them when there is one too many?

http://lonniebruhn.com/ep64-rumur-has-it/
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A stand-up comedian for more than 23 years
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  • Anywhere you ask me to go to make you laugh
    1991 - present
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Rated Honest For Everyone
Introduction

With over twenty years of experience, the praise Mr. Bruhn receives comes with good reason. His radical comedy, coupled with his heart-felt devotion to honesty and his commendable stance against judgmental attitudes are descriptions of his character that barely scratch the surface of his show.

Born with Cerebral Palsy, Bruhn understood early on what it was like to be different and judged. However, he isn’t like any comedian with a disability riffing cute hack jokes about his ailments. Instead it is his honest and candid approach to all aspects of life that he chooses to share with his audiences.

Lonnie shows to all of us that he’s not crippled, the world is. When he takes the stage, a special connection happens with him and his audience, and this spark literally bursts through his edgy material and routines; allowing him the opportunity to say just what is on his mind without offending the people he performs to.

His audience roars with laughter and wonders what this man could possibly think of next as he offers relentlessly truthful commentary on societal taboos, sexuality and an extensive spectrum of topics handled with an unmatched, fierce candor that is purely his own.

 

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“He’s top-grade funny. Not just ‘he’s pretty good but I don’t really watch after the first night’ palatable, but right on your ass funny. Really funny” – Doug Stanhope from Comedy Central’s, “The Man Show”
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