Cewley: are these the guys who used to call Red at the Tube Bar in Jersey City?
vudukungfu: Cewley: are these the guys who used to call Red at the Tube Bar in Jersey City?I do believe.
drongozone: vudukungfu: Cewley: are these the guys who used to call Red at the Tube Bar in Jersey City?I do believe.Too early for Jerky Boys"In the mid-1970s, two young men, John Elmo and Jim Davidson (later known collectively as The Bum Bar Bastards, or BBB), began calling a "
MurphyMurphy: yes, thank you. I brought all of my socks and my shoes.
Mugato: Ah, the 90s. The Jerky Boys and MST3K. Nowadays we have douchebags on youtube and guys trying to make funny movie reviews their blogs./off the lawn
JerseyTim: Get Brett Weir I said!
SilentStrider: Funny?Citation needed.
liam76: SilentStrider: Funny?Citation needed.If you were a teenager in the 890's, that shiat was funny.
puckrock2000: What's next - a critical retrospective of the collected works of Andrew Dice Clay?
phimuskapsi: Mugato: Ah, the 90s. The Jerky Boys and MST3K. Nowadays we have douchebags on youtube and guys trying to make funny movie reviews their blogs./off the lawnWe are also getting another Trailer Park Boys movie this year as well. 2014, the year of nostalgia?
Farkn Yaj Yenrac: Caller ID was the death knell of the Jerky Boys.
Coco LaFemme: I never understood their appeal. Of course, maybe that's because I'm not meant to. *shrug*
Hoboclown: hat and new laws making it illegal to record someone over the phone without their consent first. It's why all the radio zoo "phone scams" are all faked now.
liam76: liam76: SilentStrider: Funny?Citation needed.If you were a teenager in the 890's, that shiat was funny.DOH!
rickythepenguin: puckrock2000: What's next - a critical retrospective of the collected works of Andrew Dice Clay?dice is pretty fascinating when he is andrew silverstein (or whatever his name is) and not THE DICEMAN.....he pops up on joe rogan / marc maron every few months, and he explains a ton of cool history of comedy stuff from his first few years in LA when he was just another new young comic; he hadn't adopted the Dice persona. he made his bones on impressions initially.i saw him perform a few months ago and he destroyed. it was relatively short, maybe 45 minutes, certianly no more than an hour, but there was a segment of like, 10 minutes where everything he said killed, and flowed. it was impressive as a comedy nerd to see. none of the "so what else is going on.....", lame and contrived setups tha tyou know didn't happen or had been repeated a thousand times, not a wasted word or moment. completely and effortlessly flowing. and it wasn't all "filth". it was mainly about relationships but it wasn't entirely what some would calll misogynistic. i woudl definitely go see him again. hilarious.love the diceman.
MugzyBrown: So either I grew up or with the explosion of this type of humor - Tom Green, Jack Ass, Crank Yankers, etc... it's just not funny anymore, because the clips in the article sucked.It sounded liked the 'victims' figured out early on it was some sort of joke, but they played along a bit just incase it wasn't.
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