Blog by Sumana Harihareswara, Changeset founder
I've never thought of my humor as meta-stereotype humor, but…
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I've never thought of my humor as meta-stereotype humor, but if anyone would know, it's Leonard. He seemed to like my routine better than he had liked almost the exact same material the last time he had seen it. That, I can't explain.
Update: Oh, I see. I thought he was talking about my stereotype-humor bit in which I joke about living with a Mexican, a Texan, a Frenchman and an Italian, not the bit about my parents. My error.