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QW 021712 “Ricky Gervais 2”

There was no newly posted QW pieces for a couple of days. Yeah, I took a two-day break from QWing. Well, I had to. I’d really hate sacrificing my English learning for the sake of work, graduate school work, socializing or other stuff, but I really had to this week. Okay, no more excuses, no more whining. Let me get down to business. Here’s Ricky Gervais Interview excerpt Part 2.

"Because I know what I’m doing. And I know the real target of the joke every time. I’m not one of these people that thinks comedy is your conscience taking a day off. My conscience never takes a day off. I can justify everything I’ve done. I can tell anyone why that joke is justified comedically. Comedy is an intellectual pursuit – as soon as you bring real emotions into it, it stops being comedy and starts becoming rallying."

Gee. His conscience never takes a day off, but my QWing does! It’s really, really amazing that talented comedians are truly adept at walking on a very thin line between “being funny” and “being offensive”. Funny people, whether professional or non-professional, are clever, good-hearted, and cute. Since childhood my type has never changed: A funny guy who makes me laugh. I’d always look for good laughs and I’d always love people who give me some. Jokes are okay, but they don’t have to be high-blown. Comedy shows are okay, but they don’t have to be overblown. I love those professional comedians with intellect and humanity, but nonetheless, I just want to be blown away by funny people who have zero intention to be that way. Nothing is funnier than that, really.

(40 minutes / 280 words)


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