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Old 10-04-2012, 01:22 AM   #141 (permalink)
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Made it up.
It sounds very much like Groucho Marx on one of his rants.
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Old 10-04-2012, 03:52 AM   #142 (permalink)
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Not a fan of the Marx Brothers: never found them in the least bit funny.
No, it's all from my diseased brain, with an obvious sense of the sort of person Mr Burns is thrown into the mix.
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Old 10-04-2012, 08:05 PM   #143 (permalink)
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Not a fan of the Marx Brothers: never found them in the least bit funny.
No, it's all from my diseased brain, with an obvious sense of the sort of person Mr Burns is thrown into the mix.
Don't like the Marx Brothers? For shame! I like Harpo Marx myself. If you did like the Marx Brothers, which Marx Brother do you think you'd like, Trollheart? Chico, or maybe Groucho?



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Not a fan of the Marx Brothers: never found them in the least bit funny.
No, it's all from my diseased brain, with an obvious sense of the sort of person Mr Burns is thrown into the mix.
What kind of comedian do you like someone like Dave Allen or Steve Coogan?

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Don't like the Marx Brothers? For shame! I like Harpo Marx myself. If you did like the Marx Brothers, which Marx Brother do you think you'd like, Trollheart? Chico, or maybe Groucho?
I'm guessing he would pick the least bit funny one, Zeppo

I'm a big fan of John Lennon and I'd noticed ever so often in his interveiws he would do something like Groucho.
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Old 10-04-2012, 11:11 PM   #145 (permalink)
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What kind of comedian do you like someone like Dave Allen or Steve Coogan?
If you were to aske me, I think, out of the two of them, I'm partial to Bill Maher.





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Shoot, I don't even remember that one, though the name does ring a bell.



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Yeah, he always had a twisted comedic side to him, Lennon did, and that's probably why he was my favorite Monkee. I've always said that he might have been the second coming of Christ...if that makes any sense.

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Old 10-04-2012, 11:49 PM   #146 (permalink)
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Yes of course, we can listen freely what we want because ultimately these are the musics which we prefer to listen always as these things make our mind and body, exactly the same for which we look around... but after all don't for get all these things must not be problematic for others..
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Don't like the Marx Brothers? For shame! I like Harpo Marx myself. If you did like the Marx Brothers, which Marx Brother do you think you'd like, Trollheart? Chico, or maybe Groucho?
That's a pointless question. You might as well ask me what rap artist I'd like when I don't like any of them, or what my favourite cricket team would be, when I have no interest in cricket. I've never found the MB even remotely funny, in fact that era of humour really does nothing for me. I'll occasionally laugh at L&H, maybe, and Bilko was always good, but generally, not a fan.

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What kind of comedian do you like someone like Dave Allen or Steve Coogan?
I do love Coogan, and also Dave Allen. Also the likes of Monty Python and Cleese is of course just funny full stop. I like quirky humour but generally not vulgar comedy or routines that rely pretty much solely on expletives and rude references. I find it hard to like any female comedian, though maybe I just haven't seen the right one yet.

I prefer the likes of Rik Mayall, Alexei Sayle, Bill Bailey (the KING!), Dylan Moran, also Dimitri can't remember his surname but it's hard to spell; caught one of his shows and loved it. Also Rowan Atkinson, Chris Barrie and people like that.

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No I wouldn't: I really hate him. What's so funny about not being able (apparently) to talk???
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Old 10-05-2012, 08:23 PM   #148 (permalink)
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That's a pointless question.

Of course it was pointless. I didn't mean it to be a sincere question one would have to answer; I was being pointless, if you get the joke now? It was probably too "Marxist" for you! Now, that's funnier than the Marx Brothers, L&H, Johnny Carson, Monty Python, Sam Kinison, Bill Maher and Mitt Romny rolled up in one!

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Hold up, wait a second, I'm lose there. Isn't "Simpson" humor about being rude...?
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This thread has gone from make fun of MyName to making light of Trollheart. Sorry, dude, we didn't mean to. "Hehe." Just picture that one kid from the Simpsons...

Here's for MyName:

"Don't be sorry, just act like an adult next time... Use your pager to dial 911." I don't have a pager. And WHY would I call 911/police if I could handle them? To avoid a confrontation?"

Ever heard of a sarcastic joke? That happened to be one.

"Those guys NEEDED to learn they can't go around and beat up people"

I thought that that was your motive: you like to beat to a pulp any emo posers, right? Sounds like you're the one who needs to be taught a lesson, Police-father's boy.
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Old 10-06-2012, 05:17 AM   #149 (permalink)
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Rrrrrriiighhhhttt.... oohhh kaaayyy maybe your humour is lost on me; I thought it was a genuine question. Still don't really see the point of it. But I mus tpick up on another of your points: Simpsons rude? Not at all, at least, not in the way I mean. I'm talking about dropping the "f" and "c" bomb every five seconds, jokes about genitals, racist and homophobic or misogynistic "jokes", jokes at the expense of minorities and so on. You sure you're not thinking about South Park?

If though you mean rude in the sense of Mister Burns, then yes he IS rude, but that's part of his character. He's so rich (and old) that he thinks everyone else is there for his personal convenience, and doesn't even see his rants as being rude. I recall an episode where he was going to fire Homer after Bart had been run down by him, and Smithers said "Is that wise Sir? Think about the headlines!" Cue Burns thinking about headlines that say "Burns fires ungrateful employee!" then "Another smart move by Burns!" and finally, as he's carried on the shoulders of a crowd, "Hooray for Burns!"

Love that guy!

Anyway, feel free to rag on me, I can take the slings and arrows. But leave poor, defenceless Blinky out of it...
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