Anyone disagree with this?
>i am illiterate
Fuck off nigger, your quip does not make any fucking sense given the comment you are replying too.
Have some god damn respect for the shitposting you are attempting to do and at least come up with a coherent insult you retard.
I can't argue without using memes, the post. You have to be over 18 to post here. But /tv/ users don't realize that since half of the posts here mention reddit or a form of memes.
just making movies for his kids, doesn't give a shit what people think about it, and everyone gives him shit for it? makes sense.
> reddit comedians
> George Carlin
You get the fuck off this board right this instant.
that face he does at 1:44, that's the sort of stuff I find funny. why would he make that face? that response is so dumb, that's why it's funny. it's like the stupid shit I used to do in high school and college. like dumb expressionless faces when people are talking, making them laugh.
stand up comedy is rarely funny to me.
Tom Segura is pretty fucking funny
been watching a lot of his stuff recently
He's not. Decker and On Cinema are the most /tv/ shows ever made.
stew is the jon stewart of the UK. his entire act stopped being comedy around 2012 and was replaced with exclusively liberal pandering. he's funny but completely insufferable.
you losers gotta stop calling everything reddit and focus on actually having film discussions.
plus you're not even good at spotting redditors.it. I'm a redditor, probably posted about 100 comments on /tv/ in the past month, and not even one was called "reddit"
Other than that, you guys are pretty cool. I've been watching more old non-hollywood films since I started hanging out here.
4chan has a tendency to despise any website that isn't 4chan. Sure, the anons have valid reasons for disliking sites like Reddit and Tumblr, but 4chan has been borrowing a lot of Tumblr's post-ironic memes lately (also, there are a lot of Tumblr/4chan cross-users on my main board).
This is pretty spot on, except change Patton to "good sometimes."
I get why people like Hick and Heidecker (never heard of Turkington), but I never understood the appeal of Aziz. He comes across as one of those guys who has worked really hard at becoming a comedian, but just isn't genuinely funny. Demetri Martin is also this.
i tried to watch quinn's special where he is all worldly and savvy but it was unwatchable . shits rare for me. i enjoyed some of his banter but idk that one special tanked, it was too ignorant trying hard
heidecker brought a lot of good shit to the table, sort of pisses me off people brush him off because now after years we are getting less ill at ease with his approach. lot of critical stuff, even if he is not really into academic stuff himself
It's tough when reddit lampoons against talent, in favor of political correctness. That being the big fight here.
I mean they converted Sarah Silverman of all people & she had the GOAT 9/11 joke & the GOAT rape joke.
Based Norm coming through