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Captain Wayne's Mad Music Show, Episode #75, April 22, 2007
Topic: Politically In-Correct

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titman   Offline  -  Member  -  04-23-07 02:26 PM  -  14 years ago
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Captain,
Sunday would've been my Dads birthday. He used to have a saying that was very incorrect but damn funny, "Hire the handicapped, they're fun to watch".
Thanks for the topic this week. It seems that political correctness has replaced common sense. So until the people of America take to the streets, THANK YOU for keeping us laughing! My saying would be " F. U. if you can't take a joke!"
-Greetings from the Inland Empire!
johnph46   Offline  -  Donator  -  04-25-07 07:47 PM  -  14 years ago
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I agree with titman -- this was a fun show. His post also reminded of a comdey bit I once heard (but I don't remember who the comedian was):

"If it wasn't for handicapped people, I'd never find a parking space!"
thesuspence   Offline  -  Participant  -  04-26-07 02:01 PM  -  14 years ago
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Adding to the list of sayings by old folks. My wife's great grand mother used to have a saying
"I never met a cripple that wasn't a son of a B****"
Why is it that that kind of insensitive disregard for other people is starting to seem absurdly refreshing?
I suppose it's better to hear someone speak honestly from a dark heart, than to have to listen to one more well polished lie.
ktguitar   Offline  -  Artist  -  05-03-07 01:46 PM  -  14 years ago
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Tim P. Ryan   Offline  -  Participant, MP3  -  05-03-07 03:32 PM  -  14 years ago
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ktguitar   Offline  -  Artist  -  01-31-08 07:10 PM  -  13 years ago
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I just re-read thesuspense's killer comment, which I also quoted on my blog.

"Why is it that that kind of insensitive disregard for other people is starting to seem absurdly refreshing? I suppose it's better to hear someone speak honestly from a dark heart, than to have to listen to one more well-polished lie."

Words to live by for any artist.

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