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Kevin: What it is about it now with people that no Italian child who lives in the tale of red riding hood, apparently it’s beyond any Italian child comprehension enough to live the house go and visit your grandmother. Veronica: This comedian is the perfect example of good clean comedy, hi I’m Veronica with watchmojo.com and today we’re chatting with comedian. Kevin: Kevin Gasior. Veronica: So tell us how did you get into comedy? Kevin: I guess maybe that starts way back in high school, interestingly enough. We got a class called speech, we got to get up and present between 30 seconds up to 10 minutes by secondary five. I realize by choosing funny speeches would fill in the time so I could memorize a shorter speech and then got into watching Letterman and said that’s kind of what I like to do one day. And they started a long course to where I am now, no where that final goal yet but. The reason you never see guy, like me, on one these reality shows and hot tub. Four women, me sitting there, my glasses on. Doing an impression for you. Veronica: You know after all this years you manage to keep your actions clean, what makes you take that sweet rather than going dirty? Kevin: One of my earlier influences would have been Seinfeld who is perfectly clean. Brian Reagan even now who was just perfectly clean and way executes his material. I also teaches stand up comedy class for kids. So, even though I may not want to stay as clean now I’m sort of force because I have 8 to 12 year olds logging on to my website to check out the material and more importantly their parents logging on to check out the material, my enrollment wont be too high if I went the other route. But its satisfying to get a joke on a clean premise and delivery just because often potty mouth, potty mouth isn’t that sounded like being clean when I’m trying to describe vulgar that’s kind of neat. Veronica: Now after the show you often can buy a CD, your DVD from the comedian but you actually offer something a little different. Kevin: I tried to get a job with hallmark cards becoming a freelance writer for them and realize the pay wasn’t worth it. then I try to compete with hallmark and come up with my own line of greeting cards based on my character and my jokes and that’s a little sample of those cards I have here. Featured with punch line on the insides and basic birthday cards and greeting cards that kind of thing. This is a little commentary on political correctness, that would be Merry Christmas and on the inside saying it’s only politically incorrect if you add the person’s faith at the end of the greeting and we have a little merry Christmas Jew card. Veronica: Well thank you very much and good luck. Kevin: That’s it well thank you, it’s been a pleasure.