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Barney Slayer @ May 9 2007, 05:25 AM wrote: I think that the best person in the world is someone who can laugh at anything.

That kind of a person seems like the kind of person who would be a psycho.

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HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.
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weird user @ May 10 2007, 07:27 PM wrote:
That kind of a person seems like the kind of person who would be a psycho.
My friend is a psycho. I've heard him laugh at extremely sad and disturbing things before. (Shootings, 9/11, etc.)
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Laughing at Hitler is not the true test. (Besides Lincoln) the true test is Stalin and/or Stalinism.

...Much, much worse.
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Wow, is this ever going off topic.


I really like this song. One of my faves off EW, and one of my most played songs on media player. I guess some people just can't take a joke, or have no real sense of humor about them.
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This would've made a great (but probably not played on TV) music video

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Good Old Days gets a portion of praise.
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Some very high praise, and well deserved! Nice find, Helen!
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He is certainly right to include this song on his list, and I admire him for deflecting criticism that an Al song shouldn't be on a Top 100 Favorite Songs list.
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Big Spoon wrote:I remember a year or so ago I was trying out a piano teacher. I told her I liked Al and showed her my songbook. She flipped through and decided that the first song we would play should be GOD, because it's in the key of C. When we were having a quick practice through, so she could know the song a little before we work that hard on it. At the end of the first verse, she stopped playing and said something like, "That's it, we're not playing this song. I can't stand anything that has to do with torturing animals." That was the first, and last, time she came.
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Anyone know where to find the performance of this song with The Roots? It seems to have been taken down from the NBC website.
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