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To: Jokelahoma

Personally, if I want funny I'll watch reruns of "Seinfeld" or "Everyone loves Raymond', they don't hold the future of the country in their hands and don't march men off the battlefield.

I also don't find it 'funny' when people in our party don't realize when they are being laughed AT to the delight of all the MSM.

Just take another look at that clip with Rove through the eyes of the media and you'll see a performing monkey.


55 posted on 03/29/2007 3:23:17 PM PDT by RetSignman (DEMSM: "If you tell a big enough lie, frequently enough, it becomes the truth")
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To: RetSignman
Yes, it's called self-deprecation. When you're called upon to take part in what is, for all practical purposes, a comedy show, you can bet the comedians aren't going to place you on a pedestal and make you look like some scholar. It takes a tremendous amount of self confidence to allow oneself to act silly like that in public.

Humor is perhaps the most personal of emotions. What's funny to some isn't to others. The problem arises when those who don't attempt to chastise those who do for having the audacity to laugh, especially when one is laughing at themselves. I found the Rove thing funny, as well as the burping. Others can disagree, but I won't listen to those who want to make those of us who laugh out to be somehow wrong.

58 posted on 03/29/2007 3:51:42 PM PDT by Jokelahoma (Animal testing is a bad idea. They get all nervous and give wrong answers.)
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