don't you dare just skip ahead but about 6:30 in he gets on a riff about saxophone players.
this has more to do with jazz and improvisation then a lot of sax solos...
and its funny as a m***a f***a
That is exactly how my sophmore english teach explained it, that there are many english dialect's and each is approiate for different situations. He got fired after the second day of of school...we had 5 different english teachers that year.Sebastian said:Think of it like dialect.
WHoo wee!! A man speaks the truth and gets fired after 2 days. Things are the same everywhere...ramZsax said:That is exactly how my sophmore english teach explained it, that there are many english dialect's and each is approiate for different situations. He got fired after the second day of of school...we had 5 different english teachers that year.
Winters was, in real life, an interesting and odd man, I'm told on good authority. I used to teach at the good little liberal arts college where Winters spent a couple of years as an undergrad. The local story was that he bet someone that -- because the school was so stuffy and oblivious -- he could paint himself green and ride naked through the middle of campus and no one would notice. He did, and someone did and he was expelled.gary said:That was breaking up too much for me to really understand Glen. But generally, I think Winters was really inconsistent. Sometimes I liked him other times just left me flat. However, I went to school with a guy who's father was a recording engineer in NYC and bootlegged a tape of one time when Winters went in to record, was a bit, uh, not of this world, started a monologue about Ma Frickert, deteriorated to her being sexually assaulted, went downhill after that so that there was no way that could be distributed commercially and it was eye-watering, snot-flinging hilarious.
I agree: when Richard was Richard there was no one more devastating. It should be remembered that when Pryor hit the scene, it was a hard row to hoe for an African American comic who didn't want to toe the line of the stereotype. Pryor's strategy was to use dynamite. Somebody had to do it.docformat said:Richard Pryor was the funniest human being of all time. Bar none!!