Bill Santiago | I Could Care Less

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I Could Care Less

by Bill Santiago

Comedian Bill Santiago takes on the news of Michael Jackson and Farrah Fawcett dying the same day, confesses his hate for Facebook and riffs on the difference between "I could care less" and "I couldn't care less." Every "iota" of this CD is LOL funny!
Genre: Spoken Word: Standup Comedy
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1. Intro - Michael Jackson and Farrah Same Day
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2. Fun at the Cemetery
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3. Trojans
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4. I Could Care Less
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5. Sick of Facebook
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6. My Macbook Pro
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7. Thou Shalt Not Kill
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8. Beat Up By Jesus
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9. Dance Like Nobody's Watching
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10. Voted for Obama
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11. Black Guy in the White House
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12. Feelings for Michelle
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13. President Palin
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14. Credit Rating
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15. Fattest Country Ever
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16. If We Break the Rules for You
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17. Statistically
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18. Beyond Recognition
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19. White Castle
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20. Born in New York
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21. Santiago del Toro
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22. Cinco de Mayo
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23. Spanglish Nation
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24. Cojones
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25. Soy Milk
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26. Piñata
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27. Let Me Let You Go
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28. No Thank God
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29. El Choo Choo - Outro
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Bill Santiago is the first born of at least four children. He became a standup after narrowly escaping a career in journalism, facing the fact that as a comedian he was funny, but as a reporter he was a joke. Today, in addition to his acclaimed Comedy Central Presents special, his other television credits include: The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, Late Night with Conan O'Brien, Comedy Central's Premium Blend, Chelsea Lately, Good Morning America. In his new DVD, "I Could Care Less," Santiago displays the charming, provocative style that continues to delight fans and win praise from critics. In this live club performance, he takes on the news of Michael Jackson and Farrah Fawcett dying the same day, questions the order of the Ten Commandments, confesses his hate for Facebook and riffs obsessively on the difference between "I could care less" and "I couldn't care less," while keeping the audience laughing at every "iota" of his smart and savvy material.

What the critics are saying:

“He gets the audience roaring” - New York Press

“Like George Carlin in his prime, Santiago is expert at honing in on the way language reveals society's bizarre fixations.” - San Francisco Examiner

“A reporter’s curiosity about culture and a writerly lover of words” - East Bay Express

“Playfully explores the subject of biculturalism” - New York Post

“With his lean, rubbery frame, cartoony facial expressions and Groucho Marx eyebrows, Bill Santiago has no trouble impersonating the histrionic gyrations of Colombian superstar Shakira” - East Bay Express

“A real knack for pointing out the hilarity of life’s dramas.” - Theater Bay Area Magazine

“Santiago is a captivating performer. His handsome, boyish face registers his lightning-quick emotional leaps.” - East Bay Express

“Freewheeling associations and bull's-eye commentary on life's absurdities.” - Knight Ridder

“Santiago is both a keen observer of human relationships and a quick-eared dissector of 20th-century euphemism” - Contra Costa Times

“Santiago proved political satire is alive in America.” - San Francisco Chronicle


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