Chris Rock Show, The Best of Vol. 1 & 2 (2-Pack)
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So looking for more pearls of funny wisdom, I watched the Best of Chris Rock Show, Bring the Pain, and Kill the Messenger.
The Chris Rock show and Bring the Pain just dragged on racism way too much. In the Chris Rock show…Chris Rock says that in the early twenties African Americans were in the Olympics and yet America had the nerve to abuse African Americans in the twenties too. It doesn’t make sense to me for Americans to mistreat certain people and then have them represent America to the world in the Olympics.
Lets talk about racism. I think it exist but I think the people that racism hurts are the same people who keep it alive and give it power. For example certain group of people like to call each other a certain word jokingly but if people that were outside of that certain group used the same special word then it would be a problem and likely to cause a fight. Don’t believe me? Next time your around a group of women call one of them a B word and see what happens. Then there’s this other group of people that can call each other a certain word but if we are not part of their group then it would be big trouble for me and you. Don’t believe me? Next time you see a police officer walk up to him and call him a pig. Do you now see how its this exclusivity of certain words that can be only used by certain people jokingly that give the word power. White people don’t have that.Read more ›
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I bought to gift. I watched some of it, not the usual standup. Several clips were totally not funny. I hope the person who is receiving the gift likes it.Published on January 7, 2014 by peggy youngs
This is a must have for any fan of comedy...classic Chris rock...taxi cab confessions will have you in stitches
There's no lulls in this material - non-stop laughs, often abetted by Wanda Sykes, and more often than not on racial topics. Done in a way that's funny, not hurtful.Published on November 16, 2010 by Loyd Eskildson