No right to speak?

12.08.2013
10:35

Short update, more will come later.
The reason I haven't been writing anything lately is because im researching, yes i don't post stuff that is false, fake or whatever. I post documentaries, facts about what i have been researching, thinking on, what makes sense, and so on.
I found a interessting clip, I would like you to watch it and think about what you have seen.

Why is there 30+ police men there? Have he done something wrong? Oh yeah, he doesn't shut up, that's why.

"What is happening in Hollywood that a guy will be on a street waving a gun screaming, they are trying to kill me!"

10.07.2013
11:51

Next stand-up comedian i would like to write about is Dave Chapelle.

Chapelle was born August 24, 1973 (hes 39 years old).
He was born in Washington D.C 

Prehistory :

Chappelle grew up in Silver spring, Maryland and attended Woodlin Elementary School. During young Chappelle's formative years, his comic inspiration came from various comedians, particularly Eddie Murphy and Richard Pryor.

After his parents separated, Chappelle stayed in Washington with his mother while spending summers with his father in Ohio. In 1991, he graduated from Washington's Duke Ellington School of the Arts where he studied theatre arts.

Chappelle moved to New York City to pursue a career as a comedian. He gathered the courage to perform at

Harlem's famed Apollo Theater in front of the infamous "Amateur Night" audience. The performance resulted in

him being booed off the stage. Chappelle has described the experience as the moment that gave him the courage

to continue his show business aspirations. He quickly made a name for himself on the New York comedy circuit,

even performing in the city's parks.

 

In 2003, Chappelle debuted his own weekly sketch comedy show on Comedy Central called Chappelle's Show.

The show parodied many aspects of American culture including racial stereotypes, politics and pop culture. Along

with comedy skits, the show also featured musical performances by mostly hip-hop and soul artists.

Due to the show's popularity, Comedy Central's parent company Viacom reportedly offered Chappelle a $55

million contract (giving Chappelle a share of DVD sales) to continue production of Chappelle's Show for two more

years while allowing him to do side projects. Chappelle had stated that sketches are not his favorite form of

comedy, and that the characteristics of the show's format were somewhat like short films.

 

In a June 2004 stand-up performance in Sacramento, California, Chappelle walked off the stage after berating his

audience for constantly shouting "I'm Rick James, bitch!," which became a catchphrase from the popular "Rick

James" sketch. After a few minutes, Chappelle returned and continued by saying, "The show is ruining my life." He

stated that he disliked working "20 hours a day" and that the popularity of the show was making it difficult for him to

continue his stand-up career, which was "the most important thing" to him.

He also told the audience:

You know why my show is good? Because the network officials say you're not smart enough to get what I'm doing, and every day I fight for you. I tell them how smart you are. Turns out, I was wrong. You people are stupid.

(what does he mean with that? I bet most of the people takes this as an insult, that's how most people are nowadays, it's not about thinking about the message but to get angry and don't think/do something about it instead.)

 


 

Season 3 was scheduled to air on May 31, 2005, but in that month, Chappelle stunned fans and the entertainment

industry when he abruptly left during production of the third season of Chappelle's Show and took a trip to South

Africa. Chappelle has since stated that he was unhappy with the direction the show had taken.

 

Coming here I don't have the distractions of fame. It quiets the ego down. I'm interested in the kind of person I've

got to become. I want to be well rounded and the industry is a place of extremes. I want to be well balanced. I've

got to check my intentions, man.

 


 

He was interviewed for Inside the Actors Studio on December 18, 2005 at Pace University's Michael Schimmel

Center for the Arts. The show premiered on February 12, 2006. Chappelle stated that the death of his father in

1998 had an impact on his decision to go to South Africa. By throwing himself into his work, he had not taken a

chance to mourn his father's death. He also said the rumors that he was in drug or psychiatric treatment only

persuaded him to stay in South Africa.

He continued: 

I would go to work on the show and I felt awful every day, that's not the way it was. ... I felt like some kind of prostitute or something. If I feel so bad, why keep on showing up to this place? I'm going to Africa. The hardest thing to do is to be true to yourself, especially when everybody is watching.

After he came back from africa, the first thing he did was to be on the show called Oprah. 
If you would like to check it out, just go on youtube and search on david chappelle oprah, something like that.

Let me remind you, those words he says is made up so it sound funny, but it is actually true.
Like when he told about when he got a phone call from Obama. You should check that out too.

Information

10.07.2013
06:53

Norsk :

Til nå har alle innleggene vært på norsk, jeg vil spre ord internasjonalt, så fra nå av blir alle innleggene på engelsk,
slik at alle kan lese bloggen. Noen innlegg kommer også til å være på både engelsk og norsk.

Må jeg også få fortelle at det inneholder informasjon og filmer som ikke bør bli sett av mennesker under 15 år, dere leser og ser på eget ansvar og vilje, jeg sprer bare budskap og det er dere som skal tenke videre, jeg kan ikke/skal ikke fortelle hvordan dere skal føle eller mene om diverse saker, det er dere som må finne ut av resten selv.

Jeg håper at det er flere som kommenterer hva de synes og mener, slik at man kan diskutere saker uten å henge ut hverandre, slenge stygge kommentarer osv. Hvis det er kommentarer som inneholder trakkasering mot enten meg, eller andre som kommenterer så vil kommentaren bli slettet, (vi burde forstått til nå, at vi skal være snille mot med mennesker.) 


English :

Until now, all the posts have been in Norwegian, I will spread the word internationally, so from now on all the entries will be in English,so that everyone can read my blog. Some posts will also be in both English and Norwegian.

I must also tell you that it contains information and videos that should not be seen by people under 15 years , you are reading and looking at your own risk and will, I just spread the message and it is you who will think further, I can not / will not tell how you are going to feel or think about various matters, it is you who must figure out the rest yourself.

 

I hope that there will be more comments about what they think and feel, so we can discuss issues without having to hang out eachother, throwing nasty comments etc. If there are comments that contain harassment against either me or others who comment, the comment will be deleted (we should have understood until now, that we should be kind to the people.)




I like to do a moron thing...It's called THINKING!

09.07.2013
14:15

Nå skal jeg skrive om noen stand-up komikere, tre spessielle stand-up komikere, de er godt kjent i Amerika, men er alt det som blir sagt av komikerne for å spre latter og glede eller er det kanskje en tanke bak "humoren". Sprer de budskap mens de holder show?

Jeg vil spessielt nevne tre menn, alle driver/drev med stand up. Dere har nok hørt om hvertfall en av dem

 1. George Carlin (Mai 12, 1937 ? Juni 22, 2008)
2. Dave Chapellle  (August 24, 1973)
3. Katt Wiliams (September 2, 1973)

Jeg la nettop merke til hvor like tall fødseldatoene var, om det er noen tilfeldighet vet jeg ikke.


George Carlin : 

George Carlin var en god talsmann. Han talte ut sannheten og intet annet enn sannheten.
Selv om talsmenn som George kommer og går inn i denne verden, prøver å gi oss en wake up call og være i stand til å forandre vår verden og leve på riktig måte .. alt vi gjør er å høre og glemme, i stedet for å høre og handle.
Alle er gode når de snakker eller lytter, men de er ikke så gode hvis de ikke setter sin tale og informasjon de fikk, i aksjon ...
Hvis du mener at du blir kontrollert som George sier det, istedenfor å klappe, le av det og si: "wow han er helt rett" ... så gjør noe, handle! Ta kontroll! 

Ta dere tiden til å høre på dette klippet, det er et klipp med diverse show(de viktigste) som dere bør høre.

Informasjon om de to andre komikerne kommer i senere innlegg.
Grunnen til dette er at jeg ikke kan skrive hjemme, fra mobil eller noe, jeg skriver kun et sted med en bestemt ip adresse. Grunnen til dette er for at identiteten min skal være ukjent, jeg vil ikke bli sporet opp, jeg vil ikke at noen skal vite hvem jeg er eller noen annen informasjon.

Fordi informasjonen jeg slipper ut her, ja det er allerede mange som vet om det, men big brother osv. vil ikke at alle mennesker skal begynne å bruke hodet, så derfor sånne mennesker som meg blir oftest "borte".

Hvis denne bloggen noen gang kommer på topp 100 eller topp 3, så kan det hende at denne bloggen vil bli sperret, lukket pga. innholdet.

 

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