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The Unabomber Is Doing Comedy Now!  – While many of his classmates sent in lengthy updates on their lives for the 2 ½-inch-thick “red book,” the entry for “Theodore John Kaczynski” only contains nine lines. Ted Kaczynski, the Unabomber, who is serving life in prison for sending deadly mail bombs, won’t be able to attend his 50th reunion festivities at Harvard College. But he did contribute a bizarre entry to the alumni report for the class of 1962.The listing says his occupation is “Prisoner,” and his home address is “No. 04475-046, US Penitentiary—Max, P.O. Box 8500, Florence, CO 8126-8500.” Under the awards section, the listing says, “Eight life sentences, issued by the United States District Court for the Eastern District of California, 1998.”

I’d love to see this guy get introduced at the Wilbur Theater:

“Ladies and Gentlemen, our next comic coming to the stage is everyone’s favorite miniature bomb-builder. He outsmarted the Law, he outsmarted the Post Office, which was obviously no difficult task, and now he’s going to outsmart your funny bone! Please do me a favor and put your hands together otherwise he’ll fucking blow them off, Ted Kaczynski!”


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4 Responses to “
The Unabomber Is Doing Comedy Now!

  1. Red says:

    Teddy hangs his hat at the SuperMax!

  2. He’s no headliner but I could see him opening for Jesus, should he be touring in Colorado at some point.

    • Martin says:

      You know, I don’t think our Jesus comedian got enough credit. Thanks for bringing back sweet, blasphemous memories.

      You just won a Wicked Improper sticker!

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