Hello, I'm here live with WTLZ News, standing outside of Shirley's Chicken eatery, and the consensous from her and other Chicken shops in the area is anger, that James would choose crab legs over Chicken.
One anonymous patron of the eatery had this to say..."Today it's crab legs tomorrow it's 'Where da white women at?', all this athletes get a little fame behind them, and all soon forget where they came from".
Also, does this story link into the allegations of 'starving student athletes that the NCAA was dealing with in latter part of the season? are indeed college baseball and football players so broke that they to are hungry enough to shoplift food now?
Signing off until next time I'm Jack D with WTLZ News.
I don't have much to say tonight, other than comedy is the art of taking the absurd, and making light of it in a way that doesn't offend others and making them laugh at the same time.
I think in the end most would rather laugh than cry or pout, laughing just feels better.
Depending on skill set, comedy is about one or two things.
1. Catering to mood of audience
2. Pulling the audience into your world and making them cater to your mood.
Number 1, is what newer comedians often try to do, and number 2 is what more seasoned comics are able to do.
Cause once known, people voluntarily come to your shows based on your particular style, so they know what they're stepping into, but when a new unknown comic, it's harder, it would be like a stranger stepping into your house, living room, and trying to make you life suddenly.
Comedy, of course, is the hardest of all stage arts, so many different styles comedians utilize depending on natural self.
1. Some read from scripts, memorize whole complete show, line by line, but are good enough so audience doesn't know or sense they're following written script.
2. Other comedians are improve, they follow lose story line or subject matter, and the rest is spontaneous.
Their mental note my simply be 'shoes', and from shoes a whole array of funny one liners follows or story lines.
3. Some comics are into telling actually jokes, joke, pause, wait for audience to laugh or get it, next joke.
Other comedians are more story teller types, where the joke or punch line is in the absurdity of story they're telling, artist like this tend to be more physically animated, and audience takes cues from comics body language, tone of voice, and facial expression.
Artist who can stand still, and deliver jokes with no body movement, and still make audience laugh just based on joke, are very good and confident, and skilled writers, very skilled at parody.
Most comics aren't that good and so need a physical routine to go along with their delivered jokes.
Comedy is a tough art to master, cause the audience can be cruel if they don't like you, by simply not laughing or responding.