Today, just as with yesterday, the late morning and early afternoon makes for an unusual atmosphere for live stand-up comedy. Most people are at work. Yesterday saw plenty of tourists. Today’s crowd is tougher to peg. And many of the comedians remark on this both Wednesday and Thursday. Lots of cracks about crackheads or the homeless. Right now, it’s Dan Naturman’s turn to ponder his audience. "Are you people being paid to be here?" Naturman asks. "Who comes here at this hour?"
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