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Jan 2, 2018 | 06:41 1 We had a lot of great comedians over the years, but who are the notable comedians today - Trudeau or Trump? Seems like nothing is all that funny anymore. Reply With Quote
Jan 2, 2018 | 07:19 2 SDG - you had me confused for a minute there - I thought you were talking about funny guys...

Seems most so called comedians resort to gutter stuff in their hopeless attempt to be funny. Reply With Quote
farmaholic's Avatar Jan 2, 2018 | 07:20 3 Canada's current "show" is a tragicomedy....but I doubt it could possibly have a happy ending. The current act really is a joke but it isn't even funny....anything but.

Anyone enjoy Ron James' brand of comedy? Reply With Quote
Jan 2, 2018 | 07:30 4 John Candy will never be replaced.

The current politicians you can laugh at how incredibly dumb sometimes crooked they appear but the consequences aren't funny. Reply With Quote
Jan 2, 2018 | 08:58 5 Half of Trump's problem is he can't stop offending everyone with his stupid tweeting. It would be interesting how he would come across with out all of the offensive social media.

Can't beat 80s Eddie Murphy. Reply With Quote
Jan 2, 2018 | 09:18 6 Seems the good old days were better, always enjoyed Dennis Miller on George Bush, nowadays the humour seems a little rank. Reply With Quote
Jan 2, 2018 | 12:05 7 I expect that if one was not the subject of all the jokes, (ie. a Canadian taxpayer) that Trudeau would be one of the funniest comedians in history. The rest of the world is sure laughing at all of his jokes. Reply With Quote
farmaholic's Avatar Jan 2, 2018 | 12:24 8 AF5 in your analogy, It's not easy being the target of a "comedian".

So comedy is in the sense of humour of the beholder. Sometimes it can be tough being picked on while the rest of the audience gets a laugh at your expense. Reply With Quote
Jan 2, 2018 | 12:29 9
Quote Originally Posted by farmaholic View Post
AF5 in your analogy, It's not easy being the target of a "comedian".

So comedy is in the sense of humour of the beholder. Sometimes it can be tough being picked on while the rest of the audience gets a laugh at your expense.
But at least in your analogy, after you leave the show the consequences are short lived, and you might even look back and laugh at it years later. The consequences of Trudeau's humorous policies will haunt us for generations and the only way we will look back and laugh are if the next generation of Trudeau prime minister is even worse than this guy, as has been the pattern so far. As impossible as that may sound today. Reply With Quote
farmaholic's Avatar Jan 2, 2018 | 12:42 10
Quote Originally Posted by AlbertaFarmer5 View Post
But at least in your analogy, after you leave the show the consequences are short lived, and you might even look back and laugh at it years later. The consequences of Trudeau's humorous policies will haunt us for generations and the only way we will look back and laugh are if the next generation of Trudeau prime minister is even worse than this guy, as has been the pattern so far. As impossible as that may sound today.
Heaven forbid. Reply With Quote