Stand-up comedian Maria Bamford is well aware of her personality quirks, and she has laid them bare for us to enjoy, from the liner notes of Unwanted Thoughts Syndrome that explains her history with unwanted thoughts, and into the 50-minute CD, which is available today from Comedy Central Records. It also comes with a DVD containing the full 20-episode run of The Maria Bamford Show from the now-defunct SuperDeluxe. If you're ready to find out what the voices in Bamford's head are saying, and how they say it, then sit back and be prepared to learn a little something while you're laughing. For Bamford is an example of how the meek shall inherit the earth, or at least make us want to root for them to. If you need some background, read my interview with Maria Bamford from October 2008.
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