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January 23, 2013

HARD TO ARGUE

What the world needs now is more drunk accordion players.

(Thanks to Mr. Ted Habte-Gabr)

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Only if they're drunk enough to not play the accordion.

That's a great drunk act in the tradition of Dean Martin and the late great Foster Brooks.

Russia's got TALENT!

I don't care who y'are, that's funny! Especially when the sophistication level of the audience is laughter, whe he plays "The Star-Spangled Banner" (unless that part wuz "Anacreon in Heaven" ... I get those two mixed up sumtimes)

Yah, Ernie ... reminds me of both Dino & Foster, who were prolly the best at that act since W. C. Fields or Buster Keaton ...

Did you catch the Jesus Christ Superstar melody as the vodka turned to wine? That was awesome!

Wait, it's possible to play the accordion sober? I think it's an interesting theory and might work but I'm not going to risk it.

Darn it, I'll never manage to adapt this for piccolo.

If I were in this guy's shoes, I'd be concerned about ending up like those Pussy Riot people. I mean, if that haircut isn't an affront to the motherland, I don't know what is. Dasvidaniya rodina.

lady of spain i...............gag choke barf

The word 'more' should never be used when you're discussing accordian players. Although I do like the song The Who sang about accordians. That is what they're singing about in Mama's Got A Squeezebox isn't it?

My favorite accordion joke is the classic Gary Larson that has two panels, each with a line of people. The left panel shows an angel saying, "Welcome to Heaven. Here is your harp." The right panel shows a devil saying, "Welcome to Hell. Here is your accordion."

That was good, but after the first encore, the act falls flat.

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