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Posted at 2:30 PM ET, 12/ 9/2010

Read this: Hot-girl comedian Whitney Cummings, and other stories

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Whitney Cummings (Astrid Riecken for The Washington Post)

Georgetown-bred Whitney Cummings is a rising star in the realm of Dirty-Mouthed But Hot Lady Comics -- more intense than Chelsea Handler and more feminine than Sarah Silverman, declares a fan in Dan Zak's profile -- and she's playing bigger and bigger rooms. But "insecurity is proportional to the size of the venue. With two sitcoms and a talk show in the works, the venue -- and the stakes -- has never been bigger...she now must constantly raise the bar to stay hot." Oh, and don't call her beautiful. "I [bleeping] hate that."


Taking out the trash at the Rayburn building (AP/Alex Brandon)

In other news: Sad, soon-to-be-ex-congressmen, evicted from their nice offices, hunker down in sad little cubicles in the Rayburn basement, waiting for their exit papers.

Hillary Clinton snubbed by the Iranian foreign minister.

By The Reliable Source  | December 9, 2010; 2:30 PM ET
 
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