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Old 08-27-2014, 11:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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2043: Rock of Ages

With Jordan Rock – Comics bumping other comics; Miley Cyrus’ VMAs date wanted by the law; growing up in Chris Rock’s shadow; small town vs. NYC; faking death to get out of a wedding; Darren Wilson’s racist background; Times Square costume characters picket; 9-year-old kills shooting instructor; Madden 15 and online playing; the DTs

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Apparently, heredity is not as funny as a Rock. Pun intended.

Keith and Chemda doing all heavy comedic lifting: A+
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Apparently, heredity is not as funny as a Rock. Pun intended.

Keith and Chemda doing all heavy comedic lifting: A+
How the fuck is that a pun?
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Chris Rock > Jordan Rock

That is all.
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Other guests have done the same thing as Jordan before. Subtle humour throughout the show, playing off of Keith and Chemda. He was fine.
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My cousin and I were discussing the situation in Ferguson and his view on it is "those people must've been doing something wrong to provoke the cops into doing that. Racism does not exist because I haven't dealt with it, and I'm of mixed race." I don't think I've ever been more disappointed in hearing a statement. Especially from a family member.

I pointed out a situation his dad went through when they last visited Idaho. We were in the country and were headed to a swimming spot we heard about. We got there and there were people already swimming there. They see us and see my uncle (who is Puerto Rican and has a darker skin tone) and said, "we don't want to share a swimming spot with an n-word" and left. My cousin's response was that wasn't racism, they were just uneducated fucks and he doesn't take their opinion seriously.

I don't see how someone who has witnessed racism first hand (probably on more than just one occasion) is able to declare it's not a problem in this country and we all should just stop talking about it.

Jon Stewart explained it the best I think.


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If racism is dead, then how come there's only 11 white history months?
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Gallagher had a brother too. I'm always amazed when I hear about famous comedians who have brothers that are also comedians. It just seems odd to me.

Chris Rock's Bring the Pain album is legendary. How do you sit down and write when your brother already made such an impact on the world of comedy? Also, shouldn't that push you to be even greater? I couldn't hear the want in Jordan's voice. It didn't sound like he had any passion for comedy.

I picture Mama Rock calling Chris on the daily. "Don't forget to take your brothers out on the road and give them work opening and middling..."

What a rough life. Just constantly in your famous brother's shadow.
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Gallagher had a brother too. I'm always amazed when I hear about famous comedians who have brothers that are also comedians. It just seems odd to me.

Chris Rock's Bring the Pain album is legendary. How do you sit down and write when your brother already made such an impact on the world of comedy? Also, shouldn't that push you to be even greater? I couldn't hear the want in Jordan's voice. It didn't sound like he had any passion for comedy.

I picture Mama Rock calling Chris on the daily. "Don't forget to take your brothers out on the road and give them work opening and middling..."

What a rough life. Just constantly in your famous brother's shadow.
So he's not allowed to do comedy because his brother got there first? Is it really so bad if his brother inspired him to go out and pursue the same career? Is he a failure if he never surpasses his brother - one of the biggest comedy success stories of his generation? I understand that being Chris Rock's brother means some doors are going to open for you, and with that you can expect some criticism, but it seems like you're holding Jordan to ridiculous expectations.
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Chris Rock's Bring the Pain album is legendary. How do you sit down and write when your brother already made such an impact on the world of comedy? Also, shouldn't that push you to be even greater? I couldn't hear the want in Jordan's voice. It didn't sound like he had any passion for comedy.
Can't tell if you're being sarcastic.
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