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Opinion by vagos posted over a year ago
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Probably the single greatest asset which anyone can ever have in conversations is the ability to make other people laugh.

Whether you are asking your boss for a raise, talking to someone who you like, or just trying to be the popular person who everyone wants to be around, you will get light years ahead if only you can make them laugh.

An interesting, but little known fact is that laughter is a response which is a subconscious way of saying to someone else "I want to bond with you". Is it any wonder that countless surveys have shown that the number one desired characteristic in the opposite sex, for both sexes, is a sense of humour.

But can someone actually learn to be funny? Do you have to be born with a particular natural talent for humour, which if you don't have, there's no chance for you? Are some people permanently condemned to a lifetime of boredom and unpopularity, never able to hold their own in a conversation, while the 'natural funny guys' effortlessly take the approval of everyone present? Is there a secret to being funny?
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Opinion by vagos posted over a year ago
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There are too many lawyers in America and they are everywhere. 500,000 more graduating from Law School this year; in fact there are more lawyers graduating from Law School on their way to sue good honest Americans on their way to their first million than the total number of homeless folks in the United States. Shouldn't it be the other way around? Shouldn't we help the homeless and give them a skill and education and send the Lawyers begging on the street?

Now we see our own government taken over by lawyers, look how many lawyers there are in the Senate and halls of Congress? I think there ought to be one law on the books. That is if Congress makes a law they have to remove ten others. You see we have 45 stories of OSHA law if you stack those pages on top of one another. Then people wonder why American Companies are off shoring Jobs? Dah. Then the trial lawyers, yes like John Edwards go around stealing from the efficiencies of America.

My hero is Vice President Cheney for his excellent shooting abilities. I rejoiced that day. "Good Shot Sir!"
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Why do I do it? Why do I laugh at things I shouldn't? For instance, when someone from Howard Stern's "whack pack", his personal collection of mentally challenged misfits with various speech impediments, talks about anything? How about when Andrew "Dice" Clay profanely rants about females in ways that set women (and men for that matter) back a thousand years? What about one of the most politically incorrect shows on cable TV today, Curb Your Enthusiasm. I laugh my butt off every time Larry David pathetically wrestles with race or sexuality or death or handicaps. And I can't leave out Chris Rock cursing his way through a monologue about the plight of fathers whose daughters are strippers.

I might just as well laugh at a train wrecks. And I do-not at real train wrecks-but at comedy train wrecks.

I used to think "you either get it or you don't". But I'm not so sure anymore. When I crack up and cough up a lung because a ten year old girl thinks Larry David, whom she encounters in a ladies restroom, has a giant erection, am I being blindly insensitive to child molestation? When I chuckle at a really mean-spirited racial slur Imus's sidekick bigot, Bernard,...
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