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Bobby Slayton, ‘Pitbull of comedy’, replay at the News Café

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One of standup comedy’s most enduring performers stopped by the Winnipeg Free Press News Café to talk about the business of being funny.

Bobby Slayton, a 30-year showbiz veteran who’s known in standup circles as "the pitbull of comedy," is appearing Thursday through Saturday at Rumor’s Comedy Club and was at the News Café today for a sit-down interview with Free Press entertainment writer Brad Oswald.

Slayton discussed the issue of comedians stealing jokes, and how he ended up with the nickname "the pitbull of comedy".

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Updated on Thursday, November 8, 2012 at 12:42 PM CST: adds replay video

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