Stage presence is a skill that needs to be learned. Unfortunately that something needs to be learned often means it needs to be taught, and nobody can teach George anything because he's already an expert at everything.Aw man you can tell he is not at all comfortable speaking to an audience. How many times does he have to put the "uhm" "ah" filler words there? Satire on the internet and promoting his three books, something he could have done. Instead he sucks any interest in what he is saying and almost guaranteeing that no one who hasn't brought his books will do so. I don't know if it's his nasally voice, monotone manner in which he is speaking or the clear lack of confidence or knowledge in what he is saying, but I can't bear to listen to him for more than a few seconds.
He always had a somewhat autistic overall shtick and when you see that he looks and acts like a bugman IRL it destroys the illusion of "edginess" he relied on with his writing style. He tries to pretend he's cool and rebellious with how he presents himself but the reality of what's going on is so far divorced from what he thinks he's doing that the end result is pure autism.I dunno if I'm really contributing anything here, but man, I used to think this guy was cool when I was a kid and he was just writing rants on his blog. I was a bit surprised when I found out what he was like in real life for the first time. Eventually I grew up and I guess he's still wearing that burger king crown, still trying to hock the exact same kind of humor.
This isn't even that big a crowd, but he just rattles off his jokes like they're bullet points, I wasn't sure they were even supposed to be funny?
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Fig. 1 - Women in awe of the presence of a Manly Man. Middle one just up and leaves around a minute in.
Sperg said:As someone with Asperger's Syndrome, I can assure you I know what I'm talking about. Most people with Autism have senses of humor that are literally solely comprised of getting mad at things they don't understand, and equating that with comedy and wit. Nothing is sadder than an Autist who thinks they're funny.
He means the same thing that people mean when they say freedom of speech is more important for "journalists": that you should need a special license before you're allowed to participate. That license can be administered by the state, the police, the twitterati, or the insular body of"experts" themselves; the only unifying definition of who issues it is that whatever useful idiot is pushing this idea believes that he'll be given one and they'll never disagree with him on anything important.Of all his rant the part that makes no sense to me is that you have to be an expert to make nigga jokes.
Sacha Baron Cohen recently did something as cringy as this, basically saying when he sings "Throw the one of Trump's Chosen People Down the Well" that's completely fine because he's just being funny but when you post it to Facebook, you should be punished for a hate crime.Of all his rant the part that makes no sense to me is that you have to be an expert to make nigga jokes.
If he knew a fucking thing about humor, he wouldn't need to do that. He could just tell some funny jokes and make lots of money instead of being a completely pathetic failure and a cuck.If he knew a fucking thing about humor, he could explain what makes one joke work while another doesn't.