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dude this guy is funny


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luck4mike

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I had seen him in a bunch of stuff and thought he was funny but then another geek from work over at umgd gave me his CD and I think its friggin hilarious... andy dick's "do your shows always suck" is the best comedic release of 07 so far in my opinion...

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Edited by sari, 05 March 2007 - 02:00 PM.

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don77

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how hilarious is he ?

I never heard of him :whistling:
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ScHwErV

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luck4mike,

I have a page that I think you should read.

http://www.joehobart...ostingguide.htm

Take your time and read the entire page, you will learn something.

Pay particular attention to this part.

Perception is the only reality online. We can smell a lie like a fart in a car.

You are what you speak here. This is the world of the written word. Poor grammar, bad spelling, incoherent ramblings, and attitude all make up a bad image. If you can't even take the time to make a complete sentence, you should not expect me to take you seriously. Not all of us are windbags or communications majors, and that's ok. A brief logical post is just as welcome as a four page thesis on the merits of negative polarity heisenberg compensators.
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