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Desc:the patron saint of poetv gets right down to it
Category:Advertisements, Horror
Tags:werner herzog, dont do it, texting, xzavier, texting while driving
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Herzog is the patron saint? To my mind, the patron saint is, like, Daniel Songer or Gabrielle Chana. Or maybe DemoniusX is the most appropriate.
No, it's Statler and Waldorf.

Caminante Nocturno
And Nyanners is our Virgin Mary!

I do believe the poeTARDIS has the Seal of Saint Savage on the door.

Jet Bin Fever
I'm with meme on this one.

For some dumb reason I thought this ad was going to be funny. It was not.
Some friends of mine (the Redstate Update guys, actually) did a parody of Grizzly Man that made its way to the producers of Herzog's Grizzly Man.

They contacted my friends and told them how much the whole producing team enjoyed and laughed at it.

My friends asked the producer what Werner thought of the parody and the response was: "oh, we would never show him."


"Werner lost his sense of humor somewhere in Bolivia."

Herzog, like Dawkins doesn't know how to be funny. On purpose, I mean.

Caminante Nocturno
It's not hard to imagine someone in Herzog's line of work losing the ability to laugh at things.

You guys obviously haven't seen the director's cut of this, where the mom is wearing a silly mustache disguise.

I think Herzog finds a lot of things funny.

It's just not what anyone else would see as funny.

Herzog doesn't fuck around.
Jet Bin Fever
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