Aaron and Shawn joke about the illuminati and the shiny new pope. They delve into how powerful people pretending to be good indicates the power of public opinion, and how comedy can be a tool to amplify and accelerate the global awakening. Featuring an interview with stand up comedian and talk show host Lee Camp.
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Mac Harde chatted with me this morning about being a ‘Power Lez’ and those she calls ‘the common sensitive’.
Via Death by Films
Recorded during a lunch-break, Pryor goes off on a tangent and is quite clearly high as a kite. The first minute or two are a little slow, but keep watching as Pryor is hilariously honest throughout. The video is unedited raw footage and is full of expletives, so you have been warned…
[disinfo ed.’s note: this original essay was first published by disinformation on February 20, 2002. Some links may have expired.]
“Thank you. How you doing folks? Me too. You gotta bear with me, I’m very tired, very tired of traveling, and very tired of doing comedy, and very tired of staring out at your vacant faces looking back at me, wanting me to fill your empty lives with humor you couldn’t possibly think of yourselves. Good evening.”
Bill Hicks: the Nietzsche of comedy, the most legitimate social critic of the 1990s: a renegade messiah who tried to make people laugh, but usually ended up pissing them off, or drawing blank stares.
Born in 1961, Hicks died of pancreatic cancer at the age of 32, just as his career was peaking. He left in his wake a legacy of biting criticisms against American society: no inadequacy or hypocrisy was immune to his scathing satires, but don’t take my word for it.… Read the rest