San Francisco native and inconsistent Huffington Post blogger Nato Green has been called "half Lenny Bruce, half Eugene Debs." The SF Weekly named him "Best Comedian of 2010" and because his comedy keeps getting "smarter and faster." Nato tours with Laughter Against the Machine, "the brainiest, most literate comedy tour" (East Bay Express) with W. Kamau Bell, Janine Brito, & Hari Kondabolu, whose sold-out shows “touched a nerve” (SF Chronicle). Nato is the creator of Iron Comic, the Iron Chef-spoofing hit comedy game show that packed houses at SF Sketchfest three years running and the Bridgetown Comedy Festival 2010. The East Bay Express reported that onstage Nato "has a knack for pushing boundaries," the San Francisco Chronicle wrote that Nato “had the hordes howling,” while his comedy was called “edgy” and “innovative” by the San Francisco Examiner and the Northern California Jewish Weekly. He also co-hosts The Rumpus Radio Podcast with author Stephen Elliott.