Friday, August 5, 2005

frame the fame in a sugar jar
comedy is a difficult thing to pull off. y'see, it requires a firm understanding of all your surroundings, such an astute observation of the world around you, that you actually decide to parody it. in fact, i shall argue that some of the best jokes just aren't easily laughed at. they might be tastless, bland, corney, but you do know that what they say is more than a joke. they've chosen to give you an almost parodic reflection of the world around us. and you don't laugh when there are no pretty pictures.

comedians are very sad people.

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