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Nick DiPaolo: Raw Nerve (2011)

Scathingly satirical comedian Nick DiPaolo brings his razor wit, trademark sarcasm and strong political views to this socially relevant, typically reckless standup performance.

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Beautifully caustic and lovingly mean
15 January 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Nick DiPaulo, one of the most undervalued comics of the last 20 years, is on the attack! Nothing is sacred from marriage, the media, religion, sports, immigration, cancer and even political figures. This is a no-holds-bar look at our pathetic existence living in the greatest country in the world and a verbal slap in the face to all the pundits of what is and isn't acceptable in our society. Now if you are an individual of tender sensibilities? I seriously suggest you avoid watching this. I am not trying to dissuade your decision making, but you don't have the intellectual or emotional aptitude to handle this kind of humor. If you have some common sense and a few sharp edges to your personality? Give this a watch.


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