Tom Segura is like a scathing, bearded cherub who makes some of the most accurate observations that any listener who doesn't see the context in which he is telling his jokes will think he is an ignorant racist. He is far from that, and from his style of up-front "tell-you-how-it-really-is" comedy we get some gems such as this:
I first got a look at this guy years ago on a Comedy Central special where I mistook him for Zach Galifianakis. I'm glad I was wrong, because Zach isn't a very good stand-up comedian. What I liked immediately about him was his no-fear attitude, and how he isn't afraid to speak about "touchy subjects" involving race (and midgets) using facts that people are often uncomfortable hearing about.
I stress that if you get a chance to listen to one of his albums, listen to "Completely Normal" and listen for his bit on Steven Seagal. He nails on the head exactly how full of shit the martial arts "master" really is by commenting on the reality show that highlighted his duties as a Louisiana police officer.
Tune to the Tom Segura station on Pandora, and hopefully you will come across it.