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Funny feds? Actually, yes -- there is a contest. A former fed who is now a comedian came up with the idea for the contest. You can enter via www.funniestfed.com/. They have a public service announcement.

Naomi Johnson, who is producing the show and is a former fed who decided to give stand-up a try, was on Federal News Radio here in DC yesterday.

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New Entry | Entries | The FCW Insider | Movable Type Publishing Platformniest Fed is a standup comedy competition where current Federal employees perform short, standup routines in front of a live audience to win a $250 Cash prize; a guest spot at a Comedy Lounge show at the Arlington Cinema Drafthouse; and the title of the DC area's "Funniest Fed". Producer of the event, Naomi Johnson, tells us what it's going to take to take home bacon.


Here her here.

Posted by Christopher Dorobek on Mar 14, 2007 at 12:16 PM


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