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Making Comedy During A Very Unfunny Time

Lydia Bugg

Andrew Callaghan is in the middle of the Portland Protests. He's interviewing a group of young activists, faces covered because of the coronavirus, carrying a leaf blower to fend off tear gas. They talk passionately about their reasons for protesting. The camera pans in on a totally normal couple a little ways behind the protestors, enjoying a nice day in the park, furiously making out. Everyone gets an equal say on Callaghan's YouTube show with over a million subscribers, All Gas No Brakes….

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