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#15 Shazia Mirza On Customer Service, 'Cancelling' People & Free Stuff

Season 2, Ep. 15

Join us in conversation with comedian Shazia Mirza on discussing incessant customer service feedback, 'cancelling' people on social media and whether it's OK that we constantly want free stuff online. Shazia is now ON TOUR, get your ticket here:

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