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A rare youtube link

I very rarely post odd youtube videos, but this is so true that it cannot be ignored. It’s also a little painful when you recognize yourself.

I have no idea who this guy is, but you’re only laughing because you see yourself. Two profundities – “everything is amazing, but nobody is happy….” and “…used to be, if you ran out of money, you couldn’t do any more things…”.

Via MondayMorningInsight.com

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5 Responses

  1. So true! We (in the modernized enlightened world) take so much for granted…actually, I wonder if we could say there is so much that we’re used to we don’t even take it for granted anymore. We’re “entitled” to it.

    I don’t know who that guy is either.

    Reminds me of my perspective post a little while ago. I’d like to hear what y’all think – please comment 🙂

  2. haha “You’re sitting in a chair, in the sky!”

    That was great Randy!

  3. It’s Louis CK (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis_CK)

    …he’s probably never had a better and more profound 5 minutes than those captured that night on Conan. Thanks for posting this one!

  4. i don’t think i’ve laughed so hard at comedic material since i saw jerry seinfeld spend 10 minutes on vacuuming and how we pick up lint the vacuum doesn’t get and throw it back down to try again … you were right … it is hilarious because it is SO true!! and its not just cause i’m “old.” i was talking to my girls high school bible study the other night about how my sons, who are 14/12 years older than their adopted sister, now 19, were so excited to get to use a bag phone in the family car for emergencies only. they all go, “what’s a bag phone??” quickly followed by “NO WAY!” thanks for the laugh … its been a tough day down on the farm.

  5. That’s probably the only conversation that he didn’t use unspeakable words interspersed in his sentences. Funny stuff, yet true

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