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Her Web site is at www.margaretcho.com.

"I've seen people at my shows that used to beat me up as a kid, because I was a terrible misfit. Now I'm so vindictive, and it's a joy. The people who took my lunch money are now paying to hear me talk about them on stage. That's the best." --Margaret Cho in Los Angeles Times, January 1, 1994.

"Cho has also become a permanent fixture at Disney's Epcot Center exhibit 'Innovations' with Bill Nye, The Science Guy. She plays the Cloud of Uncertainty." --From ABC PR for "All-American Girl"

"What Asian role models were there when I grew up? There was that lady who said, 'Ancient Chinese secret, huh?' And there was that show 'Kung Fu.' But they should have called it 'That Guy's Not Chinese.'" --Margaret Cho quoted in Rolling Stone, May 19, 1994.

"I don't think I am because I cut my own hair. And I do it really bad-with kitchen scissors. I won't go to a salon. I mean of all people, I should be going to a salon! All of the gay men i know scold me time and time again. But I think it's an incredible thing to be considered [a diva] and I'm honored. I just don't think I'm a very good one." -- Margaret Cho on being considered a diva Entertainment Weekly August 2, 2002

"I think L.A sex clubs are stylish. They've become so surburban now that, like surburbans homes, they serve really good food, from home-baked chocolate chip cookies to cornbread."--Cho Movieline September 2002

On the best pick up lines... "I think its very appealing when people relate to each other with honesty and respect. Of course, that's also how you get the most action."--Cho Vibe October 2002

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