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The Comedy Button: Episode 11

Postby Rydog » Jan 6th, 2012 @ 5:31pm

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Re: The Comedy Button: Episode 11

Postby Damiansomething » Jan 6th, 2012 @ 6:06pm

Cannot wait, guys. been waiting all day for this update.
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Re: The Comedy Button: Episode 11

Postby LiQuid » Jan 6th, 2012 @ 6:27pm

I love Ryan Scott's dad so much.

"What do you get for the father who has nothing?"

Hysterical.
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Re: The Comedy Button: Episode 11

Postby Guillermo_DudeL » Jan 6th, 2012 @ 8:10pm

"The father who has nothing" reminds me of "For The Man Who Has Everything". So I guess Ryan's Dad's Black Mercy coma puts him in a world without his deadbeat son.
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Re: The Comedy Button: Episode 11

Postby LiQuid » Jan 6th, 2012 @ 9:57pm

Brian: "I treat this [podcast] like sex. If I haven't had it in a few months I'm like an animal."
Ryan: "This isn't quite like sex."
Brian: "Why, we make fun of you the whole time too?"

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Re: The Comedy Button: Episode 11

Postby Master Higgins » Jan 7th, 2012 @ 4:58pm

I took this pic on Thurs...

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Re: The Comedy Button: Episode 11

Postby MegabusterLegends3 » Jan 7th, 2012 @ 10:54pm

HEY HEY HEY!! Watch what you say about the midwest! Wisconsin and Michigan may suck, but Minneapolis, Minnesota is a little patch of decency where all the civilized people (at least the ones who couldn't make to Chicago in time) fend off the frothing natives. Visit Minneapolis, and THEN tell me about the midwest. I'm not defending it because of birthplace loyalty, I'm a Miami man myself, that's its own brand of crazy...

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Re: The Comedy Button: Episode 11

Postby MegabusterLegends3 » Jan 7th, 2012 @ 11:14pm

MegabusterLegends3 wrote:HEY HEY HEY!! Watch what you say about the midwest! Wisconsin and Michigan may suck, but Minneapolis, Minnesota is a little patch of decency where all the civilized people (at least the ones who couldn't make to Chicago in time) fend off the frothing natives. Visit Minneapolis, and THEN tell me about the midwest. I'm not defending it because of birthplace loyalty, I'm a Miami man myself, that's its own brand of crazy...

BOY do I have stories heheh...


You know what? I have one Miami story that needs to be told.
Picture this: I'm in 4th Grade, and the eye of Hurricane Katrina is hovering above our house (It was a Category 1 when it blew thru my hood). Unfortunately, my N64 got fried when the power went out, and my mom took the liberty of throwing out my N64 as well as all the games it came with. While I knew the N64 was a lost cause, my 100% completed Majora's Mask and Ocarina of Time cartridges were about to get drenched on the curb. I panicked, ran outside, and 3 Somali women were rummaging through our garbage. When they saw me, they hopped into a giant pickup and floored it. Thankfully, they left my games alone, so I reached into the bag they were in and snagged my two Zelda games and Smash Bros. Mickey Mouse Speedway and Superman 64 could suck it. But just as I began to draw them into my bosom and shelter the cartridges inside to keep warm, no freaking kidding, this guy came out of nowhere, shoved me into the mud (I WAS 10!), took my games, and ran, leaving Superman 64 and me. Oh, and right about then, the eye passed and it started pouring on me. Somehow I didn't cry.

However, I DID cry when I went to school and he was a freaking janitor there.

Just another day in Miami's suburbs...
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Re: The Comedy Button: Episode 11

Postby LiQuid » Jan 7th, 2012 @ 11:28pm

MegabusterLegends3 wrote:HEY HEY HEY!! Watch what you say about the midwest! Wisconsin and Michigan may suck, but Minneapolis, Minnesota is a little patch of decency where all the civilized people (at least the ones who couldn't make to Chicago in time) fend off the frothing natives. Visit Minneapolis, and THEN tell me about the midwest. I'm not defending it because of birthplace loyalty, I'm a Miami man myself, that's its own brand of crazy...

BOY do I have stories heheh...

I would argue that Milwaukee and Madison are two of the coolest cities in the Midwest.
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Re: The Comedy Button: Episode 11

Postby kenzo » Jan 7th, 2012 @ 11:32pm

You and your story makes no sense! The eye of Katrina blew over Miami? What were you doing playing an N64 in 2005? Why are you quoting yourself?
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Re: The Comedy Button: Episode 11

Postby MegabusterLegends3 » Jan 8th, 2012 @ 9:00am

kenzo wrote:You and your story makes no sense! The eye of Katrina blew over Miami? What were you doing playing an N64 in 2005? Why are you quoting yourself?


Unlike Brian Altano, I actually WILL answer questions that are directed at me.

1) I said I was in the suburbs, and for Miami that is a pretty large area thanks to tourism.
2) My family was too broke to afford video games, so I got hand me downs from cousins and uncles. Thankfully, one of my Uncles was a gamer, but he wasn't giving his Gamecube up until the Wii was out.
3) Because the human race is easily confused, and if I didn't quote myself, some might wonder what the hell I'm talking about.

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Re: The Comedy Button: Episode 11

Postby jinpei05 » Jan 8th, 2012 @ 9:51am

LiQuid wrote:I would argue that Milwaukee and Madison are two of the coolest cities in the Midwest.


Yeah, right behind Chicago.
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Re: The Comedy Button: Episode 11

Postby Creep » Jan 8th, 2012 @ 10:55am

Madison is pretty cool. Hot white girls galore.
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Re: The Comedy Button: Episode 11

Postby kenzo » Jan 8th, 2012 @ 1:14pm

MegabusterLegends3 wrote:Unlike Brian Altano, I actually WILL answer questions that are directed at me.
Unlike Brian Altano, you actually VISIT these forums. :lol:
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Re: The Comedy Button: Episode 11

Postby Starwats » Jan 8th, 2012 @ 2:13pm

So, which cross-stiches/quilted coasters did they end up choosing?
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Re: The Comedy Button: Episode 11

Postby jinpei05 » Jan 9th, 2012 @ 12:09pm

Creep wrote:Madison is pretty cool.

This is true. So much so, one of my friends failed to graduate because Madison is one of the top 5 party schools in the nation.
Creep wrote:Hot white girls galore.

This is also true. There's a great blend of out-of-staters and farmers' daughters, giving it a rich diversity of bitches.
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Re: The Comedy Button: Episode 11

Postby Konanda » Jan 9th, 2012 @ 1:24pm

Ya driving SUV's in the winter is not a great idea because due to their higher centre of gravity among other reasons they are more prone to rollovers. Also found Scott's recounting of being in a car during what sounds to be fairly light winter driving to be pretty funny. Wonder what he would do if he was ever in anything even remotely close to whiteout conditions with some good strong winds?
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Re: The Comedy Button: Episode 11

Postby Scott » Jan 10th, 2012 @ 1:06am

Konanda wrote:Ya driving SUV's in the winter is not a great idea because due to their higher centre of gravity among other reasons they are more prone to rollovers. Also found Scott's recounting of being in a car during what sounds to be fairly light winter driving to be pretty funny. Wonder what he would do if he was ever in anything even remotely close to whiteout conditions with some good strong winds?


It was actually the winds that pushed us off the road to begin with. Also I wasn't driving.
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Re: The Comedy Button: Episode 11

Postby Konanda » Jan 10th, 2012 @ 8:00am

Scott wrote:
Konanda wrote:Ya driving SUV's in the winter is not a great idea because due to their higher centre of gravity among other reasons they are more prone to rollovers. Also found Scott's recounting of being in a car during what sounds to be fairly light winter driving to be pretty funny. Wonder what he would do if he was ever in anything even remotely close to whiteout conditions with some good strong winds?


It was actually the winds that pushed us off the road to begin with. Also I wasn't driving.


Never said you were driving, just what would go down if you were in actually bad winter weather. Kind of like this

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and that's not even that bad.

I've driven in whiteout conditions on a closed highway where I could only see about 150~200 metres (500~650 feet) in front of me and that was when I was 18. Never once been in a ditch before either, although I did get into a skid before.
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Re: The Comedy Button: Episode 11

Postby jinpei05 » Jan 10th, 2012 @ 8:03am

Hey, Scott, thanks for using my White Christmas joke.
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Re: The Comedy Button: Episode 11

Postby LiQuid » Jan 11th, 2012 @ 11:46pm

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Re: The Comedy Button: Episode 11

Postby Creep » Jan 12th, 2012 @ 6:22pm

The horror...
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Re: The Comedy Button: Episode 11

Postby kenzo » Jan 12th, 2012 @ 6:57pm

The titillation...
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I was listening to episode 11 this evening in Whole Foods...

Postby quest54 » Jan 12th, 2012 @ 9:18pm

when I got the thrill of hearing my letter read out loud. The thrill was short lived when I realized how dorky my letter sounded (I wouldn't have sent me a t-shirt either). The next one will be much better (with birds shooting laser beams out of their eyes and a comic strip about a chubby guy podcasting (and dancing) in his underwear.
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Re: The Comedy Button: Episode 11

Postby OmegaShadow64 » Jan 20th, 2012 @ 5:12pm

LiQuid wrote:
MegabusterLegends3 wrote:HEY HEY HEY!! Watch what you say about the midwest! Wisconsin and Michigan may suck, but Minneapolis, Minnesota is a little patch of decency where all the civilized people (at least the ones who couldn't make to Chicago in time) fend off the frothing natives. Visit Minneapolis, and THEN tell me about the midwest. I'm not defending it because of birthplace loyalty, I'm a Miami man myself, that's its own brand of crazy...

BOY do I have stories heheh...

I would argue that Milwaukee and Madison are two of the coolest cities in the Midwest.[/quote

Chicago and Minneapolis go without saying, I suppose. Madtown is cool as hell, especially the college campus. Madison just has that energy that you find in really cool cities. La Crosse may be small, but it is hellacool, though right now it's covered in snow. (One thing I won't miss about the Midwest when I go to North Carolina for school next year) La Crosse has a downright cool community, and trust me, the parties are crazy, (we used to have the record for most bars per one mile of street. 3rd street gets crazy on the weekends.) and Oktoberfest is insane.
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