Made me laugh.
"Incredibly detailed Shanghai waterfront panoramic photograph causes stir after viewers spot nude man at hotel window . . ."
You can see an awful lot in a 24.9 billion pixel photograph.
Kid doesn't know the answer to "What is the capital of Canada?" so he imitates a certain presidential candidate.
Funny. "This is man who will not hesitate to rebuild the law of supply and demand."
"The Onion separates fact from fiction in voters' beliefs about Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton".
Link via Marginal Counterrevolution.
Which includes Jerry revealing "the key to comedy".
"Football Manager... the computer game that identified Lionel Messi as a talented schoolboy and has more scouts than any club in the world"
Pretty amazing that a video game can support that kind of staff. But they've sold a lot of copies.
Interesting, especially if, like me, you're a fan of her Cops, Cats and Stuff, easily one of the best comedy sets I've every seen. When I saw it my question was this: is the stuff with the audience scripted? If not, is it the best parts of a couple dozen shows edited down? I now know the answer to both questions, amazingly, is no.
And that makes her one of the two quickest comedians I've ever seen, in a class only with Robin Williams. But even in Robin's case I had the impression that he worked from a large library of predetermined accents, lines, and bits that were tightly organized and that he simply called upon as needed. (He even alludes to this in his great performance "Live at the Roxy".)
But surely that can't be the case with Paula's performance. She can't have had a prearranged bit for someone yelling out "insinuated" or for someone's mom "tearing her face open on a lube rack". Can she?
It's probably a set-up. On the other hand, many dogs are pretty smart.