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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wskT6YfVB6E Hot off the press and very funny. Enjoy....Happy Holidays Jerry
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ROFL Awesome....

I mean... HOW DARE HE STEREOTYPE GUITARISTS AS DRUGGIES! Smile
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On 2007-12-21 00:40, Joey Stalin wrote:
ROFL Awesome....


Didn't find it very funny. First one was a better performance. This one seemed like a quicky riding on the first routines coattails.

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Yes it was a spin-off of his first routine. Seems it was put together for his holiday show. It was emailed from the Dunham fan-club with the link wishing his fans a Happy Holiday. I did two lousy tours in Desert Storm and am a disabled veteran after serving 21 years 1979-2000. Since my memories are mostly sad, hearing these things make me smile and laugh. I do agree the first routine was longer and better.
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Yes it was a spin-off of his first routine. Seems it was put together for his holiday show. It was emailed from the Dunham fan-club with the link wishing his fans a Happy Holiday. I did two lousy tours in Desert Storm and am a disabled veteran after serving 21 years 1979-2000. Since my memories are mostly sad, hearing these things make me smile and laugh. I do agree the first routine was longer and better.


I pretty much thought that. It seemed to be a bit thrown together or rushed and not the usual well thought out stuff Jeff does. Was it just me or was Achmeds voice a bit different this time?

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Silence, I sing to you.


No Matt. PLEASE.. anything but THAT!

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Great, now we are all going to argue ethics and morality. Once again I will be the only one who is right Smile

Actually, I really do think it's great! Smile But in a really bad way Smile
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Perhaps the singing is what made him sound a bit different. That was a first for me, never heard him sing in the past.
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Great, now we are all going to argue ethics and morality.


No but I do want to find out what is happening to your avatar. You're shrinking on us Josh. You're not going to shrink away to nothing are you? LOL

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Sure Timothy, change the subject to my freakishly small avatar.

It was a normal avatar, but I left it in my pocket and my wife washed it.....

Irregaregardless, Don't take this away from the horrible puppet guy. As it turn out. I am watching the show in question directly on the television (The Internet that doesn't have a keyboard). And although I find it morally reprehensible, it is really funny. Down with puppets.

Swinging her crutches at me....... I don't like crippled people either.
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I was checking out his tour dates on his web-site. Wow he is really selling out and additional shows are being added in certain cases. Would not mind seeing him live. My fiance' really enjoys his material. As a mater of fact as stocking stuffers, I picked up both his DVD's and two t-shirts.
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On 2007-12-22 01:38, Josh Riel wrote:
Sure Timothy, change the subject to my freakishly small avatar.

It was a normal avatar, but I left it in my pocket and my wife washed it.....


Oh... I thought it was one of those balloon effects. You know... when you let a bunch of hot air out of a balloon it gets smaller and smaller???? I thought maybe that happened to your head. There's be a lot of hot air coming out of it lately. LOL

BTW... there is no such word are Irregardless. http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/irregardless

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Loved it. Tim your up for John's 'Stuffed Shirt'.

I got to watch the night of JEFF last night on Comedy Central. All his shows in tandem. The guy is the best ever. To those who don't think so, my puppet says...Screw You. (In the Dunham tradition of course with a smile.)

Thanks Jerry for posting and I will be singing 'Holy Crap' all day.
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Loved it. Tim your up for John's 'Stuffed Shirt'.


Does it come with a cash prize as well? LOL

Back to the video. Didn't find anything in this one offensive or objectionable. It just seemed to be missing Jeff's usual artistic touches. I just watched the original Achmed performance again and found the character to be lacking personality in this latest one.

Not bad for a Christmas quickie but nothing to write home about.

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Loved it. Tim your up for John's 'Stuffed Shirt'.


Does it come with a cash prize as well?


No but it does have a distinctive smell.

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No but it does have a distinctive smell.

John


I was only concerned about the cash prize.. irregardless of the smell.

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Oh... I thought it was one of those balloon effects. You know... when you let a bunch of hot air out of a balloon it gets smaller and smaller???? I thought maybe that happened to your head. There's be a lot of hot air coming out of it lately. LOL

I like the smaller avatar because it keeps people from seeing how fabulously attractive I am. The PM's from all the girls wanting my phone number were getting tiresome. And Josh #2 as well....... uncomfortable
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BTW... there is no such word are Irregardless. http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/irregardless

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Hey, I used the word "Irregaregardless". that's a whole different word.
http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/Irregaregardless
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On 2007-12-22 16:34, Josh Riel wrote:

Hey, I used the word "Irregaregardless". that's a whole different word.
http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/Irregaregardless


LOL. I stand corrected!

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Speaking of Achmed here's a photo of me with the fiance'. I am in the process of relocating from Northern Virginia to Simi Valley California. I put my home up for sale last July. Tough to sell homes these days. Suzanne is a wonderful person. She is a hospice nurse. Thought you folks would get a hoot out of the shirts. Back to the house sale..I am lucky I am not waiting for a new house or job in California. In that aspect, time is on my side. Do not want to lease or leave it empty....I'll be out here until January 10th and will return in May for a five month stay. Happy Holidays Jery and Suzanne
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