Tag: comedy

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Get in the sack

I follow a good few comedians on Twitter and one of my favourites is Dara O’Briain. He’s as sharp as a tack and as funny as hell. Here he is sticking the knife into unscientific “medical” practices: As a brucey bonus, here’s a related portion of the extremely funny Mitchell

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Links for April 7th

The amorality of the faithful Rabbi Avi Shafran is a columnist who, to my mind, represents the very worst of religious dogma. He often writes about “morality”, bemoaning the horrid state of godlessness, but his morality is little more than the rote obedience of the dogmatically orthodox. His usual complaint

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Bollocks

I don’t get people sometimes. If you’d paid for a ticket to a comedy gig to see a well-known comedian would you get bladdered beforehand and then hurl a stream of incoherent abuse at the stage? This guy did: Props have to go to Richard Herring on giving such an

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George Carlin dies

Sadly, the title isn’t the start of a joke where George Carlin dies and goes to heaven, whereupon he has some amusing conversation with God. He really has died. Grammy-award winning comedian George Carlin, best known for his Seven Words You Can Never Say On TV routine, has died of

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