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I'm ready for baseball season, already:


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RE: OT: CUSA board Comedy Thread (for when things get too heated in here)
the post about Michael McDonald on the Music Thread got me thinking about this Hall and Oates sketch I saw years ago on SNL. It's only a snippet and I can't find it (yet) but this thing came up instead, and I thought it was similar to how musicians can argue about the smallest details:

Comedians: "Hall and Oates"
Bit: 'Two Claps'
Rating: one MF word




They seem to have a few others in their "Hall vs Oates" style:

Hall vs. Oates: The Hall Note
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uwjqvoE9pUo

Hall vs. Oates: Rocket
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AgBmYDIs6eA

and, wow, John has had some 'interesting' facework done:
John Oates reveals the surprising stories behind some Hall & Oates hits


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RE: OT: CUSA board Comedy Thread (for when things get too heated in here)
Comedian: Brad Stine
Bit: "Christians Don't Have curse Words"
Rating: Very Safe


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RE: OT: CUSA board Comedy Thread (for when things get too heated in here)
Comedian: Tim Hawkins
Bit: "the 70's in 6 Minutes"
Rating: Safe




Comedian: Tim Hawkins
Bit: Old Rock Star Songs
Rating: Safe


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RE: OT: CUSA board Comedy Thread (for when things get too heated in here)
....if Tim Hawkins is too tame for your tastes, here's Redd Foxx

Comedian: Redd Foxx
Bit: "Sex"
Rating: NSFW


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Classic Rodney.

Comedian: Rodney Dangerfield
Bit: on the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson
Rating: Safe






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RE: OT: CUSA board Comedy Thread (for when things get too heated in here)
Comedian: Robin Williams
Bit: Fonzie vs Mork
Rating: Safe





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RE: OT: CUSA board Comedy Thread (for when things get too heated in here)
Fun stuff from local news.....something for everyone:

Bits: "Funniest NEWS Interruptions"




Bits: "Funniest Live TV News Interviews Gone Wrong"


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***Probably should copy and add in this disclaimer, just in case anyone doesn't realize this is a joke and NOT to try this yourself:

Please DO NOT follow the advice of this video. Nobody can tell if Mr. Veitch's stories are genuine or are just meant to amuse (which they do), but replying to actual scammers can destroy your email account, filling it with scam emails. This video makes it seem very enjoyable, but even if Mr. Veitch is telling the truth, he is surely doing so under controlled environment. Replying to a scam email, especially from a Gmail or Yahoo account will reveal your LOCATION (as in the city/town you live in), possibly even your FULL ADDRESS and your FULL NAME (that depends on the internet provider). You should NEVER respond to any scammers. This video and it's popularity has probably lead to many thousands of destroyed accounts (I speak from my own experience, sadly, as you might have guessed). Remember that like many channels on YouTube, Ted (and Mr. Veitch) are putting out these videos for views and profit, even if they do lead to suffering in the end. Thank you for your time and please share this.


Still, funnier than it should have been:

"Comedian:" James Veitch
"Bit:" This is what happens when you reply to spam email
Rating: safe, well, not if you hit 'reply'




The second one about the toaster is even better:


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Comedian: Steve Martin
Bit: Johnny Carson Show appearance, 1974
Rating: Safe


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RE: OT: CUSA board Comedy Thread (for when things get too heated in here)
Comedian: Rodney Dangerfield
Bit: on The Jackie Gleason Show
Originally aired: February 7, 1970
Rating: Safe

Rodney Dangerfield was one of the final guests on The Jackie Gleason Show, which had ran in various forms from 1952 to 1970. After a quick chat, Jackie gave the stage to Rodney to perform some of his classic stand-up. Originally aired February 7, 1970.

1:47 “I just broke up with my psychiatrist. This afternoon, for the first time I told him I got suicidal tendencies. He told me from now on I have to pay in advance.”

4:30 “When I drink, the next day I have to do two things. I gotta try to locate my car, and I gotta bring back the car I took.”

6:34 “It’s a rough school. I looked in the graduation book. Each kid has two poses, one front and one profile.”


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RE: OT: CUSA board Comedy Thread (for when things get too heated in here)
"Comedian": Ron Howard
Bit: On Letterman Show talks about making more when he was 11 years old than Sandy Koufax and an amusing anecdote about what direction he might've taken with "Opie" from The Andy Griffith Show as an adult star.
Originally aired: 1989
Rating: Safe, but a little risqué




Sandy Koufax got $125,000 for the 1966 season after holding out. Ron says he got $5K more which equals $130K. The Andy Griffith Show did 30 episodes in 65-66, which equals $4,333 per show. To give it some perspective, that $130K in 1966 translates to $981,114.81 in 2017 dollars....Not bad for an 11 year-old. Howard's birthdate is March 1, 1954. He worked with Shirley Jones and Robert Preston in "The Music Man" film, playing the part of the little boy with the lisp.
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Comedian: Dave Chapelle
Bit: Years Before "Rick James"
Rating: It's Dave Chapelle, yo. What do you think?


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Comedian: Fred Rogers & David Letterman
Bit: Putting up a tent
Rating: safe, but humorous


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just for you GO....if you ever wondered, it pretty much defines my view...lazurus has risen...



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It's Saturday morning with the kids....

Comedy team: Filmbilder (Gottfried Mentor)
Bit: Oh Sheep!
Rating: Safe


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(03-16-2019 09:05 AM)GoodOwl Wrote:  It's Saturday morning with the kids....

Comedy team: Filmbilder (Gottfried Mentor)
Bit: Oh Sheep!
Rating: Safe



lmmfao....that defines congress..."dicks with ears"

you're doing one helluva job sowing and raising your oats....

I've always said I should've been a jew....
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RE: OT: CUSA board Comedy Thread (for when things get too heated in here)
How about a rating of the most "influential comedians" in my life (and, of course, some of them are not "stand-ups" or traditional "comedians")

Richard Pryor---greatest stand-up of all-time
Mel Brooks---"Young Frankenstein" and "Blazing Saddles" will NEVER be topped
Johnny Carson---all Late night hosts pale beside him
Steve Martin---kids today think he is that old, unfunny guy with white hair, but in the late 70's he was cutting-edge hilarious
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(03-16-2019 01:16 PM)eaglebeaver Wrote:  How about a rating of the most "influential comedians" in my life (and, of course, some of them are not "stand-ups" or traditional "comedians")

Richard Pryor---greatest stand-up of all-time
Mel Brooks---"Young Frankenstein" and "Blazing Saddles" will NEVER be topped
Johnny Carson---all Late night hosts pale beside him
Steve Martin---kids today think he is that old, unfunny guy with white hair, but in the late 70's he was cutting-edge hilarious

beave, I'd tack on Carlin and Foxx from the ol' days....then Hicks and White moving forward....

being a displaced midwesterner, Carson had the 'dry' I still crave....





I'm partial to Dave too...




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