|bongoprophet - 2014-05-18 |
|infinite zest - 2014-05-18 |
I couldn't watch the whole thing but I have a friend who used to work for NASA who has the same sense of humor. He's like Bill Hicks for science and is my best friend outside of you beautiful cyber people.
Your friend thinks Stephen Hawking is an Illuminati agent, and thinks NASA is covering up the fact that the earth is a flat disc that expands infinitely in all directions?
Of all the crazy things he does, I think the vaguely positive attitude towards Steve Jobs is the one I have the hardest time understanding.
I just texted him "what do you think about steve jobs and stephen hawking" and he was like "wut." Not the same guy. All I meant is there must be something at NASA that gives you this sense of humor.
|SteamPoweredKleenex - 2014-05-19 |
It's amazing how this exemplifies someone who has watched comedy but doesn't actually get comedy. A lot of his "jokes" are set up in the "OOOH! BURRRN!" style but aren't actually, well, burns. Like:
"People go up to me, 'What are you on? What're you on? What kind of drugs did you take?'"
*pause for dramatic effect*
"What kind of drugs did the PLANET take?"
OOOH, THAT WAS totally not really a burn, guy, because you're out of your gourd.
Similar to Asmo, I was thinking he might've been in on his own joke until I spent a few disorienting minutes on his youtube channel.
Not only is he a flat-earther, he's a gang-stalkee:
"EX NASA employee blows whistle on his agency and discloses what he knows to the public fast to protect his life. He explains how he's being followed and watched constantly ."
And by "ex-NASA employee," they tend to not mention that he basically did paintings for them.
|matlock - 2014-05-19 |
Similar to Azmo, too.
|Jet Bin Fever - 2014-05-21 |
How utterly fucking depressing. It's one thing to be a crazy idiot and another to try to spread your ignorance like a disease to other people. Under the guise of "COMEDY" no less.
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