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Desc:75 minutes of discussing pedophilia, murder, gay prostitution, and more!
Category:Classic TV Clips, Educational
Tags:norm macdonald, albert fish, Stephen Merchant, Arab Spring, Jimmy Savile
Submitted:jangbones
Date:09/15/16
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Potrod
Oh I'm so glad it's back. Well timed.
Scrimmjob
I thought for sure that the podcast was done for. Really happy it's returned again!

That guy
Every time I see Norm now, I am reminded about his now-kooky beliefs about evolution and atoms and shit.

This is still pretty damn good, though.
jangbones
I enjoy how there is never even the slightest attempt at comedy, yet it is still funny

Hooker
How can I laugh at jokes I find funny if the person telling them believes in something I disagree with?

bawbag
I enjoyed this.

RE: Jimmy Savile

The guy was basically untouchable despite molestation claims dating back to the earliest years of his career. There's a rich vein of POE-level stuff in the actual back story and conspiracy claims as to how he got away with it for so long, up to and including satanic masonic paedo rings in government, royalty etc and mob connections among other things.

John Lydon called him out as a paedophile in the 70's and was made persona non grata on BBC radio/TV; one of Scotland's greatest comedians, Jerry Sadowitz also called him out as a paedo in the 80's and later still Louis Theroux's Weird Weekends had an episode (which in hindsight and knowing he was exposed as a serial molester) that has also become prime POE stuff.

Here's the Sadowitz bit btw, I think many of you here would enjoy his routines as he makes the likes of Frankie Boyle seem tame by comparison: https://soundcloud.com/phreakdown/jimmy-saville-1988
Sanest Man Alive
That last joke, jesus dammit

Norm MacDonald is a genius at wading hip-deep into the most horrible stories and subjects and coming out with a joke that still makes me laugh.
Lef
The final joke was a beautiful way to wrap it up.
blue vein steel
5 for Norm, and the continued implication that Adam is a Holocaust denier.
yogarfield
The mud and the blood and the glory.
chumbucket
Love Norm
15th
"....like a farmer would with hay, like a scythe."

Norm has the best delivery. Every once in a while I forget he is my favorite comedian.
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