Jesus is Lord philippians 2: During one show last week, Lee said: Unfortunately I didn't get it. He was becoming too visible, too much the poster boy. After about 5 minutes I couldn't bear any more. This will be because there has been an unforeseen technical error.
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It's like watching Morrissey having a breakdown, only without the laughs. The meeting was unscheduled. He disclosed how he 'was evaluating to do something else'. In fact, if it hadn't been for the musical taste of a single teenage boy, the song that made rock cool might have disappeared into obscurity, opening the door for popular music evolution to travel down a completely different path. For me he has just about managing to maintain his status to a level where you actually remember who he is since that awful lee and herring thing.
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The best part about being a fan is that i can tell people he's my fave comic and if they know who he is then we can both bask in our feeling of superiority over the rest of the plebs. If you're reading Stewart, feel free to put that on your next poster. He can pack his bags and fuck off back to whatever exile it was he'd been wanking himself smug in, the boring cocksocket. Really, anyone talking like they are somehow smart for getting Lee and you need a higher intellect to grasp him, whereas you have to be a moron to appreciate the likes of Macintyre is just a gullible idiot who has fallen for a deliberately crafted and honed comedy act. So far, so you've-not-done-your-research.
I don't think I've ever found a comedian funny from south of Derby. The famous drumbeat is actually just a speeded-up version of the drum cadence that the drummer's high school marching band used when marching onto the field. What an absolute waste of time. He specialises in a type of story that apparently reflect his intelligence and wit, instead I ended up feeling sorry for his wife and son who have to spend Sunday afternoon with someone who thinks they are funny. Surprisingly for the Guardian, they are recommending a man who hates the Top Gear presenters and co wrote a hit show that offended Christians. He seemed even more ennoyingly up himself in this first episode. Where he tries to wear the "never hitting mainstream" as a cloak Even naming a tour after it the cracks appear when you're one on one with him.