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ssucahyo
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Fellows,

This will make you laugh...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qUxWdIQVT......andi.org

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Bill Ligon
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LOL! That was funny, Ssucahyo!

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That's funny!



thanks.....
Sayn lay narn, marli?

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KOTAH
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Thankyou Ssucaho! I'm a huge Hugh Laurie fan. House and all that. His sense of humor in each of the clips had me in stitches .

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That was funny....I might even be able to pull that off ....with some practice lol
Leslie Melville
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"A Bit of Fry & Laurie" was a popular U.K. T.V. series several years ago. The two also teamed up in the succesful series, "Jeeves and Wooster", with Fry playing Jeeves to Laurie's Bertie Wooster. It is a very English style of comedy, set in the 1930's, based on the books by P.G. Wodehouse.

They also had feature roles in "The Blackadder" series of historical comedies that starred Rowan Atkinson.

Stephen Fry is now very big on U.K. Television. Often seen hosting awards ceremonies and comedy quiz shows.

Hugh Laurie's success in "House" is a major departure from his generally light, English 'silly ass' comedy roles, and shows him to be an actor of some substance.

There has been some talk over here of the two getting back together for another comedy series. let's hope it's soon!



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ssucahyo
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Yeah, I like it alot.
Better than my Spoon Bending.ha..ha..hah...

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I guess I missed the humor?

I was flabbergasted at the skill and technique with which this young man bent that spoon... and in full view of the audience!

I think it was very cruel of the interviewer to imply he was a fraud, when he obviously had great talent and skills (either psychic or magic -could have been either really).

Why must the Café always bash other fine, mysterious, almost mythic performances such as these?

No wonder the poor psychic/magician was hurt by others thinking him a freak?
How, without even support from the media, is his career and fame to grow?

Maybe the "he who bends the first spoon" rule should apply before you make mockery of a truly astounding demonstration of our craft?
LLL
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Brilliant....
The basic tool for the manipulation of reality is the manipulation of words. If you can control the meaning of words, you can control the people who must use the words.
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That was different, but funny, it had me a first, great job.
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