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"Bamford was born at the naval base in Port Hueneme, California (where her father Joe was serving as a Navy doctor), growing up there and in Duluth, Minnesota." There is something wrong here. Or maybe they moved while she was growing up, thus growing up in 2 different places. Mind blowing, I know. Give it a minute to set in. 220.127.116.11 (talk) 18:29, 3 February 2008 (UTC)
The intro paragraph to this article uses the same language several times as what is said in this radio interview: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YbRwAu23nxQ / Specifically, "self-deprecating" humor about her "dysfunctional family" and its "surrealistic" elements. This interview should probably be a citation for the article's introduction since it has been tagged as 'citation needed,' that is, unless the interviewer copied the language from this article. The interview is dated 2/9/2010. I'll leave it to others to figure out who copied whom and how it should be cited.