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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by soulgeezer, Jun 5, 2007.
Barry Sobel, one of the funniest comics of the '80s with one of his funniest routines:
and scissoring is risque?
That got really old really fast.
Really? I really think it's really funny. Really.
omg i heard the d word with big in front of it, holy geez.
really pretty funny for some 80's style seeings how they always have notoriously bad scary look goin. coke head anyone. so if this guys judgin guys asses i can judge this guys hair.
Wow, sometimes threads just go in directions you don't expect! I hoped this routine would start a discussion about stereotypes, since these are what Sobel is discussing. Is it too late to change the thread's direction?
i stereotyped him as a cokehead, is that not good enough? geez, i'll stop trying seeings how my efforts aren't appreciated
Strangely, I was thinking about this very routine about a week ago. First time I'd thought about it in about 15 years. Weird.
I wonder if he got the **** kicked out of him backstage?
MAN LAW VIOLATION
Maybe we have a psychic connection? I just looked at your profile and we were born only 10 days apart! I guess Sobel made an impression on our generation.
Of course, *I* can't just walk through the Arch back into the 1980s. Oh, how I envy you! (And, of course, you can go back to when Joan Collins was hot, too, right???)
Geezer are you talking about a man's butt?
I am at work now, scared to click on the link... maybe I will wait till I get home......
No, I'm talking about legitimate Italian businesses. Oh, and drunk Irish. And, Jews who pick up the check. And, Mexicans with velvet paintings in their houses...
It's a stand-up comic talking about stereotypes. Perfectly safe for work, if your co-workers have a sense of humor.
Whoa... you're right. I had no idea! Class of '83 rules, Dude!
It's funny... I only recall two things from Barry Sobel - that particular routine, and his appearance in Revenge of the Nerds II.
I think you combined a couple of episodes there, and I'm ashamed that I knew that...
It was a guy selling velvet paintings in a parking lot that triggered my Barry Sobel memory, BTW...
and japanese without video equipment and massive schlongs
Oh, yeah -- City on the Edge of Forever and All Our Yesterdays. Sorry about that...
I am so lame!
Come to think of it, which is lamer? That I forgot and combined the episodes, or that I finally remembered and knew the *names* of the episodes in question?????
Shoot me! Shoot me now!!!!!
Both of them?
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