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“I honestly think that’s one of the real differences between comics and any other people — a comic remembers what’s funny, writes that down and develops it into a story,” says Halli Borgfjord, one of four funnymen appearing at the Palace Theatre on New Year’s Eve.
“I honestly think that’s one of the real differences between comics and any other people — a comic remembers what’s funny, writes that down and develops it into a story,” says Halli Borgfjord, one of four funnymen appearing at the Palace Theatre on New Year’s Eve.
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With just over 1,300 followers on Twitter, comedian Halli Borgfjord trails behind the other three stand-up comics on the “140 Characters or Less!” tour. Borgfjord finds this funny, considering the show’s tagline — “2012 comedy tour featuring America’s favorite Twitter comedians.” What tickles him even more is that he was the one to come up with the idea for the tour, which also features Travon Free, Eli Braden and Pauly Casillas. “Pauly has something like ...

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