Nothing Will Be Normal Again

… and our professional hysteric Lee Camp celebrates the fact:

Watch Lee’s newest Stand-Up Comedy Special for free here – The pandemic is a disaster but if you’re looking for the positive side of this crisis there are several boons you could focus on. Human pollution has reduced drastically, wildlife are having a great time, the façade that our economy of pointless jobs has any value is falling apart, and everyone in politics is newly open to radical policy solutions to our problems.
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LOL, of course this is a good life, “floating about like bananas inside of jello mold”. I can testify to that, doing nothing else since 1999. But yes, for most of us life’s gotta return to normal. We need jobs to pay for our carefree floating existence, we need the fukn capitalist world. :/
Anyhoo, a good video to watch.


  1. Hello, and a great post! Comedy is essential and I love it! I agree with you, things must and will return to normal. This is not the first pandemic the world has faced, although the first in this age of quick contact between continents. It will be a challenge but I am confident life, as we knew it, will resume, although little by little…ciao and all the best 🙂

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    • Muchas gracias Francisco, I feel honoured by the nomination. But I don’t know if I should accept it. think all those blogger awards are more or less just popularity contests and supposed to stroke your ego. I call it social gaming. And i don’t know if I want to get entangled in all this blogger network stuff.
      Usually I don’t have time for blogger awards n stuff, as I blog and log off, and don’t care much about who reads me and why. The most social thing I ever do is answering every single comment … and believe me, that is already hard enough. I’m not used to so much human interaction. 😮

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