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Ha, ha, ha! That black man was abused as a child!
I want to know the context for that old stolen dolphins in the tuna net-joke. Who is it making fun of? Atheist who like animals?
Also, that guy is really annoying
LOLOL HE HAS TWO KIDS WITH ADHD
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Would bulb that if I could...
Yeah, the ADHD jokes are kinda weird in this context. "Let's see, I guess I'll start off my set with a sequence of jokes in which I manage to both make fun of my kids' conditions, as well as hint at my barely-repressed rage towards the lord."
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"Edgier" than Bannanas!
I think the black guy actually seems to have some comedic chops going. The others are just taking the name of comedy in vain.
Tuna net-joke guy brings to mind Manson during some of those interviews with Geraldo.
I wonder where these guys get their influences from? Seeing as they're not doing purely Henny Youngman-era schtick, they must be watching those vulgar secular comedians.
I have a feeling that their backstage impromptu shenanigans are far more painful to watch then their actual routines.
What is it about loving up on Jesus that makes people so unfunny, anyhow? Even in the world outside of "Christian entertainment", this seems to be the case. According to my rigorous unscientific research, Jews, atheists, and similar heathen have a much better comedic track record than do the goyim.
I want to see The Apostates of Comedy.
Why is it that whenever a black guy can't dance/sing/joke/rob a liquor store he gets called white? Following that logic those white guys are so black it hurts! They need to go hang out with some "real whites" and learn how to tell jokes that are funny.
5 stars for pushing the double standard.
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