|Comments on Thursday 19 June 2003:|
|I'm starting to get mild annoyance-nostalgia, now. "That ad was very American. All loud noises and flashing lights." "That would have been much more annoying if it were made in America." "I don't understand - this comedian is funny. Aren't comedians just supposed to swear and point at things? That's what they do in America."|
Here, the only pointless swearing I've encountered was from a racist drunk person on a train. I don't think he was a comedian. [05:52]
|Bugger, there pointless. Now watch ABC for "What the world things of America".|
|Which comedian did you find funny? Australian comedy is in a bit of a slump at the moment. It was funnier two years ago.|
|Meh, some Adelaide-specific bloke, on a show with a distinctly unmemorable name.|
"What the world thinks of America" was unfortunately drab - everyone pussyfooting around not quite saying what they wanted to. Peter Snow was excellent though, as were the floaty graphics of Brass Eye genre.
|Thatís what I thought about the program. As for Au comedian's it is horrible, females talk about periods and the males talk about jaking off. Nice to see we have an advanced sense of humour hey?|
Oh well at least it's better than us tv...