Simon King appeared in England at Backyard Comedy Club with a small 10 minute standup
0:30 Did you realize that England is the America of Europe? Did you guys realize that you are the same people who go “I cannot believe there is no fish and chips?”
1:45 America is the greatest country in the world! Meanwhile 50 million people don’t have health insurance, you can go to jail for 30 years for minor drug offenses. You can’t call it, you have to prove it
03:10 I want a homeless person to be my president because he can balance the budget by returning cans.
03:35 I cannot tell you how great it would be to watch crazy homeless president. “why do we go to war with Syria?” “I tell you right now, spiders in my eyes, spiders in my eyes, stealing my thoughts, stealing my thoughts”
Because you see all the bad things that can happen to you. Earth quacks, tsunami. I know I supposed to care, you know, you love God. And you go, God, give me sign why should care about this
Stewart Huff interrupting mother nature act at a small comedy club. Stewart Huff is a very underrated comedian in my opinion. When comic wants become more popular and appear on media radar he would go for outrageous viral jokes. Hill says, “it should be allowed and legal to be dumb. You are going to be alive and dumber than hack, what is that point of that? Some people get mad, because they think I am talking about killing people. I am not. I am talking about letting mother nature kill people”
Stewart Huff has been a comedian for a very long time with a lot of funny and original act. In this particular act he talks about a kid who would dress up to school as a superhero. One day that kid didn’t come to school, so next day he said he was an invisible man. Stewart Huff also talks about IQ score 70 is being mentally retarded, and average IQ in America keeps dropping every year. I think his solution suggestion would make you smile.
Patrice O’neal talks about marriage and relationship advice at The Opie and Anthony Show. (There is strong language with Patrice O’Neal all the time, and this may be a very age appropriate radio show)