BRISTOL — For Brad Miller and Sean Shank, teaching stand-up comedy is a way they can help others to get out of their shell and express themselves.

“This is about one of the last bastions of freedom of speech,” Miller said. “I’m a clean comic ... but I don’t think there’s anything wrong with somebody expressing themselves how they see fit as long as it’s not hating somebody else.”

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