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    Posted: 29 Aug 2008 at 9:42am
That Dane Cook thread got me to thinking.
 
This guy is one of the funniest sum bitches I have ever seen.
Jeff Dunham and Walter. He also has a puppet named Peanut, and anpther one called Achmed the Dead Terrorist!!! OMG funny sh*t.
AW DAMN!!!! Wild Shot the friggin TV again!!!
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Walter for President
 
AW DAMN!!!! Wild Shot the friggin TV again!!!
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George Carlin. Hands down.
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Brian Regan.
 
 
 
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The late great Bill Hicks
 
 
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My favourite comedian of all-time: I'd have to throw in my vote for George Carlin too.

Funny as H-E-Double-Tippy-Straws. LOLSmileLOLSmileLOLSmileLOL

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Joe Campaiolo.  Few know of him.  He worked the comedy circuit in the early 80's in SF and NYC.  Hilarious guy.  He and I shared a lot of good laughs, and even came up together with one of his characters (a pimp) one wild New Years Eve at the comedy club I used to work at.  I just Googled him, and found out he died a few years ago.  RIP, Joe.
 
 
Joe, as his character, bon vivant Dexter Madison:
 
"Pooh, pooh on Albert Camus. No funster, he."
 
 
 
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I'm out of my mind with excitement because I am going to see Don Rickles in October. He ranks up there with the greats.
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LUCKY!!!!Big%20smile
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George Carlin (RIP)
Lewis Black
Stephen Colbert
Bill Cosby
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Carlin, hands-down.

Dave Chappelle. See "Killin' Them Softly" if it's at all in your power to do so.

Steve Martin. We're talking about stand-up here, none of this "Father Of the Bride" bullsh*t.

Oh. And of course, Triumph the Insult Comic Dog.

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Triumph is the BEST!!!!LOLLOL
Love Dave Chappelle
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Nick Swarsdon
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old school "Delirious" Eddie Murphy
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Originally posted by Big Momma Big Momma wrote:

Triumph is the BEST!!!!LOLLOL
Love Dave Chappelle
Billy Connelly
 
YES! Billy Connelly!
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George Carlin
Richard Pryor
Eddie Murphy (old school, of course)
Steve Martin (old school, yet again)
Bill Murray
Robin Williams
Dennis Leary (Big 'N', little 'y', big f*ckin' 'Q'! I've had the same cold for two years and my teeth are green! Merry f*ckin' Christmas!)
Bill Cosby

There are many others, I know. I just can't think of them right now...
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Sam Kinison.
Steven Wright.
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I once got Robin Williams to call my brother in NJ from my apartment in SF.  It was about 2am in SF.  LOL
 
 
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They've all been mentioned previously in this thread but my list is
 
Bill Hicks
Billy Connolly
George Carlin
Richard Pryor
Sam Kinison
 
(I'm such a librarian, I just realized that I unintentionally put everyone's first name in alphabetical order.  I need help!)
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We don't tease people for things like that...or 'Dewey'?Wink
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I laugh to tears at John Pinette. His Chinese buffet story is hilarious!
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Never thought much of Bob Saget until I saw his version of "The Aristocrats". Wow!
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I laugh to tears at John Pinette. His Chinese buffet story is hilarious!
 
 
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In no particular order:

George Carlin
Robin Williams
Steve Martin
Richard Pryor
Lewis Black
Paula Poundstone
Alec Mapa
The late, great Mitch Hedberg
Don Rickles, of course!

Thor, I remember Dexter Madison.  Microphone in one hand, champagne glass (and cigarette?) in the other!

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Faith, the last time I saw Joe was when I went with him and a few others to see Paula Poundstone at The Warfield on May 28, 1994 (the reason I know the date is that I have the flyer on the wall in front of me right now).  Joe was one of the most incredibly hilarious people I've ever known.  He really could've been a great comedy writer, too.  Alas!  The alcohol. 
 
I actually have Paula's phone # in my address book.  Shall I post it here, and we can all call her?  LOL  
 
 
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