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A Lively Stand-Up Bit About Super Bowl Sunday

At this very moment, something called the 8th Annual Texas ACG Capital Connection is taking place at the Fairmont Hotel; long story short, suits and ties and private equity and Ben Stein as the lunchtime speaker (ah, but will he do this for an hour?). Bill Lively kicked off the morning session, and it would appear the former head of the North Texas Super Bowl XLV Host Committee -- who's since been depromoted to Dallas Symphony Orchestra president and CEO -- now has a new stand-up act about this one day in early February. Hilarious.

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