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At risk of our own Dan Whitney getting mad.... I offer my opinion of Rodney Carrington.
"In the deed, the glory"
I saw him a few weeks ago. People in Kearney, NE are too conservative and take his vulgar language too literally. He's the best I've seen in person. Would have liked to see Tosh pre-TV
Tosh.....unless Penn and Teller count.
This post was edited by CleetusVanDamme 13 months ago
A boy, a Twitter page, and the aspiration that you follow him. It's what this country was founded upon.
Christopher Titus......hands down
Rodney Carrington was great also (plus being free was a plus)
Goal in life is to make the Huskers Illustrated Hall Of Fame
"I bought some powdered water, but I don't know what to add to it."
"If you were going to shoot a mime, would you use a silencer?"
"What's another word for Thesaurus?"
"Eagles may soar, but weasels don't get sucked into jet engines."
If anyone says Larry The Cable Guy, Ill freak out
Leave Dan Whitney alone
Dave Attell was great. Hannibal Burress is really good too. Going to see Anthony Jeselnik in May, and I hope he's good too.
IOWA - Idiots Out Walking Around
Dude named Corey Holcomb. Had a bit where he talked about single guys having 5 women in his life that rotates. One with good credit. One he's known for years. One he doesn't take in public. Etc. He was telling the single women in the crown that it was his goal to help them understand which of the 5 they are. LOL!
"FUNDAMENTALS ARE A CRUTCH FOR THE TALENTLESS".
- KENNY POWERS
Penn and Teller have a damn good show.
Went to Tosh a few years ago. Solid. Not sure I'll go in July.
Twitter: @mikejschaefer Email: email@example.com
Bill Cosby: They weren't telling us to wear our seat belts because it was safer. They were telling to wear our seat belts because the ambulance drivers were to lazy to look for the bodies!
Carrot Top was surprisingly solid.
He's still alive?
Apparently none of you have seen Dave Chapelle. If you had, that would be your answer.
I saw him last summer, he got on stage at 11:15 and didn't leave until 3 in the damn morning. His prepared material probably ended just before 1am. The rest if the time was just natural talent and interactions with the crowd.
Man is a living legend.
Teein' Off on Links
Thought he died
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