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  1. Ella Dyer


    1. Gotham Gal


  2. awaldstein

    I’m a huge fan of his.His ability to deal with nuance in humor is his brilliance.I shared this one broadly when it came out.

  3. Mario Cantin

    “Welcome to being a woman in America”, wow, a lot of truth disguised as humor in this destined-to-become-a-classic segment.

  4. Tracey Jackson

    I am going to miss him sooooooooo much……

  5. LE

    That was a good clip and worth the 30 seconds I had to wait to get through the ad that ran. I don’t watch Stewart either.I don’t think that what “she” did here is good for women or good for anyone. To me it’s a publicity stunt and media circus. Period. As far as being courageous I wish people would stop throwing out that word (like they do with “hero”) so that they can manipulate an entire new generation into thinking that anytime you do something that isn’t what would be considered “normal” [1] [2] there is some silver lining in doing so.As far as “inspirational” is there some big hidden problem in the world where a large percentage of the population would like (and can afford) a sex change but are not doing so? How many people is that .001% of the population? I guess we don’t have other issues that affect more people that can be discussed…[1] And make no mistake about it, this type of thing is not “normal” it’s bizarre down to and including a glam photoshoot and the impact on the family. If my spouse did this I can’t even imagine the trauma…[2] I hope none of my kids ever jump onto the train tracks to help a stranger. I’d like them to be around as long as possible. Ditto for other high risk activities…