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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by seequeue, Jun 4, 2004.
Haha, don't we have someone here who goes to William&Mary? (dhc i think?)
Anyhow, I agree--great stuff!
Eh, he's a funny man, but the act got old, quick. I caught one of his stand up gigs here 4 years ago, and I'd heard all of the jokes before, either by him on the Daily Show or by other people. He can be pretty funny, but the looking-into-the-camera-and-saying-"wuuhh?" act doesn't do it for me anymore.
Kind of like how conan can be one of the funniest people on the planet, but if you watch his show for 2 weeks straight you see patterns emerge in his style and it becomes drastically less funny, so you stop watching for a couple weeks then you catch it a couple weeks later and it's totally fresh again.
american humour, as always at the cutting edge of comedy
I have a feeling that it would be alot funnier to actually hear the speech; Comedy is all in the presentation. It's very easy to make people laugh saying inherently unfunny things if you do it correctly.
I'm going to ignore that comment from the silly British girl.
i'm actually anglo-american
did you ever meet Trent Reznor?
bingo, buster. that was my graduation. i bumped knuckles with him when he came in, and he said something inspiring to the effect of "knock it out, baby."
I would consider Trent a friend, so yes.
I'm half British, as well.
oh i'm 1/4 scottish and 3/4 houser err i mean canadian, what do i win?