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Joel Stein, the funny guy from Time Magazine is being hosted by Inforum. Here’s what they had to say:

We’re hosting Joel Stein, the guy that writes the back column for TIME Magazine, at Swig Bar on October 8th. He’s wildly funny and inappropriate and we fully expect the night to get rowdy. Attendees all get a copy of Joel’s book, Man Made: A Stupid Quest for Masculinity, plus a draft beer.

How can you beat that right? I’ll tell you how, with a pair of FREE tickets! They normally go for $40 this is pretty rad. Here’s some more about the event:

As Time’s cheeky humor columnist, Stein is famous for his rants against societal norms and sinking his teeth into the country’s cultural underbelly. Now, the last man standing is Stein himself – and it’s time for a takedown of himself. With a new son at home, he’s calling his own manliness into question, with predictably hilarious results. Join us for a night of laughs with the man who says everything you wish you were gutsy enough to say yourself.

To win, email with “Joel Stein” as the subject. The winner will be randomly chosen and all entrants will be added to our list.

If you’re not feeling lucky you can buy your tickets here.

Joel Stein Bites
Monday 10/8
561 Geary
[Union Square-ish]

image from The Nervous Breakdown

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