Posts tagged comedy
“ Three years ago, comedy podcasts meant nothing to me. Today I cannot imagine my life without them. They’re not just entertaining but therapeutic, serving as a constant reminder of our shared humanity and drowning out the angry howls of self-loathing inside my head with amusing banter and friendly voices. They aren’t just entertaining; they also keep me and, I would imagine, other fragile, introverted souls reasonably sane.”
“ This year we saw many hilarious performances by women, and many idiotic articles from men about how women suddenly became funny. Yes, imagine how great ‘The Mary Tyler Moore Show’ would have been had Mary, Betty White, Cloris Leachman, and Valerie Harper actually been funny. If only Lucille Ball, Carol Burnett, Gilda Radner, and Julia Louis-Dreyfus had been able to get a laugh. I guess what I’m saying is, this isn’t the year that women finally became funny. This is the year that men finally pulled their heads out of their asses.”
He’s gonna be collecting a fleece by the end of the week. You want my permission? It’s the year 2035, she hasn’t asked for my permission for anything in years. She didn’t ask for my permission when she became a whore.
Marcus Brigstocke bashing religion was probably the funniest and best put atheistic rant i have heard in a long time.
I just wish we could see him talk instead of the (sometimes a little ham-handed) pictures.