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    Tom Segura is an edgelord. He is constantly on the verge of going too far, straddling the line for the lulz. It’s effective, but it keeps the casual fan of his comedy at arm’s length. That is, until he wrote a series of autobiographical essays titled “I’d Like to Play Alone, Please” and gave the bookish world a window into his heart. An absolute troll from the start, Segura directly addresses readers and engages with his audience as if he’s up on stage performing a set. Open, funny and insightful like a Marc Maron interview if it was just one comedian talking to himself. Insights like “use what you have” and “don’t try to prank armed bodyguards” are just a sampling of the life lessons Segura has taken the opportunity to bestow upon the written world. “I’d Like to Play Alone, Please” is a stereotypically masculine tour de force with farts, football and a third thing starting with “f” that’s not fit to print, occasionally interrupted by completely disarming, heartfelt sentiments. Then followed by more poop jokes. Amid...
    Comedian Tom Segura reacted to actor Will Smith smacking comedian Chris Rock across the face at this year’s Oscars, stating, “fuck that cuck.” The comedian also warned the “spineless cowards in Hollywood” who didn’t defend Rock, saying, “we’re going to ruin your fucking life.” “Fuck that cuck,” Segura told Pat McAfee and A.J. Hawk on the Pat McAfee Show on Wednesday, after being asked if he felt Smith’s actions at the Oscars on Sunday night was “setting a precedent” for comedians. “The idea that you’re entitled ass thinks because your feelings are hurt, you get to assault one of the all-time greats because you fucking feel — and then, the cowards, the spineless cowards that are in Hollywood, in comedy — we have a list of these fucking guys,” Segura continued. “Anybody who did not stand up and say some shit for Chris Rock, we’re going to ruin your fucking life. I just want you to know that,” he added. ***LANGUAGE WARNING*** The comedian went on to say that his evaluation of Smith’s attack on Rock “is a display of entitlement. It’s a very powerful, very wealthy,...
    TOM Allen is an English comedian, actor, writer and now hosts brand new series Cooking With The Stars. The new ITV show, which he will co-host with presenter Emma Willis, will see celebs paired up with pro chefs to create some beautiful dishes. 2 Tom Allen is a comedian and presenter Who is Tom Allen? Tom Allen was born on June 14, 1983. When he was 22, Tom won the UK's most prestigious comedy newcomer award So You Think You're Funny in 2005 - he also won the BBC New Comedy Awards in the same year. The comic supported Sarah Millican on her sold out 2016 tour of Australia, New Zealand and the UK. He has also supported Josh Widdicombe, Romesh Ranganathan and Michael McIntyre and in 2018 he joined Jo Brand on The Great British Bake Off: An Extra Slice as a regular presenter. 2 Tom is the host of Bake Off: The ProfessionalsCredit: 2015 steve ullathorne, all rights reserved What is Tom Allen's net worth? Tom Allen's net worth has not been made public. However, it is reportedly...
    HOLLYWOOD (CBSLA) – Comedians, athletes, politicians, and friends took to social media Sunday to remember Bob Saget who died at 65-years-old. The comedian and actor was reportedly found dead in his Orlando hotel room just after 4 p.m. Sunday. His cause of death has not yet been released. READ MORE: Comedian, Actor Bob Saget Dead At 65Saget, who had been on a comedy tour, tweeted his appreciation for the audience Saturday after performing a two-hour set in Jacksonville. The tweet included future comedy show dates for 2022. Loved tonight’s show @PV_ConcertHall in Jacksonville. Appreciative audience. Thanks again to @RealTimWilkins for opening. I had no idea I did a 2 hr set tonight. I’m happily addicted again to this shit. Check https://t.co/nqJyTiiezU for my dates in 2022. pic.twitter.com/pEgFuXxLd3 — bob saget (@bobsaget) January 9, 2022 Fellow comedian, Tom Green, said he was saddened to hear about the passing of his friend. I am extremely saddened to just hear of the passing of my friend Bob Saget. You were always hilarious and kind. You made my life and so many other peoples lives...
    Comedian Blaire Erskine, largely known for her hilariously convincing parodies, lampooned Facebook in a mock response to Monday’s mass outage. Posing as a Facebook spokesperson, Erskine began by saying, “We here at Facebook would just like to say, I thought you deleted Facebook.” Statement from Facebook pic.twitter.com/uCCZbPnyHW — blaire erskine (@blaireerskine) October 4, 2021 “We just think it’s kind of funny that last night everybody was like #DeleteFacebook and then this morning they’re like #FacebookDown,” she added, referencing the outraged sparked by allegations made by Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen. In case you missed it, or thought your internet was simply glitching, Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, Messenger, and even Oculus were all down for hours on Monday, marking one of the longest outages in parent company Facebook’s history. The outage occurred just days after Haugen accused the company of contributing to the January 6 Capitol riots, later telling 60 Minutes that executives “prioritize growth over safety.” “Which one is it? Did y’all already delete it or is it down?” Erskine added, growing increasingly irate. “Because it can’t be down if...
    Comedian Blaire Erskine, who is best known for making MAGA parody videos that are so good they enrage her fellow progressives, turned her attention to Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp’s major outage on Monday. And she got it up just in time for the social networks to go back online so she could share it. Posting as a spokesperson for the company, Erskine began with, “We here at Facebook would just like to say, I thought you deleted Facebook.” Then, referring to the outcry over the whistleblower who appeared on 60 Minutes Sunday night, she added, “We just think it’s kind of funny that last night everybody was like #DeleteFacebook and then this morning they’re like #FacebookDown. You know, because which one is it? Did y’all already delete it or is it down? Because it can’t be down if you deleted it.” And in response to everyone hailing “Tom from MySpace” as the internet’s new hero, she said, “Tom left you! Do you think Tom thinks about you now? He doesn’t. He’s a photographer now.” Finally, she concluded, “Good luck remembering...
    COMEDIAN Tom O’Connor has died aged 81.  The TV presenter and actor, who was best known for presenting shows such as Gambit and Name That Tune, has passed away, it was confirmed today.  2Tom O’Connor has died aged 81Credit: Rex 2O’Connor was one of the most popular faces on British TV during the 1970s and 80sCredit: Rex O’Connor was born in Bootle, Lancs in 1939 before moving to Twickenham, West London for University.  He worked as a maths and music teacher at the St Joan of Arc School in Bootle and would appear as a comedian in working men’s clubs in the evening.  His big break on TV came when he appeared on The Comedians, which gave a platform to stand-up comedians working the club circuit.  O’Connor went on to become one of the most popular faces on British TV during the 1970s and 80s. He was host of some iconic shows including Name that Tune, Wednesday at 8, the Tom O'Connor Show, Gambit and Crosswits among others.  The Tom O’Connor Road Show ran at lunch times and had a peak audience...
    A liberal comedian who directed a racist tweet at Sen. Tim Scott, R-SC., scrubbed his board membership on an AIDS health organization from his Instagram and Twitter biographies amid a growing backlash.  Comedian Scott Nevins came under fire last week for saying Scott was "uncle Tom’ing it for his life" during his rebuttal to President Biden's speech to a joint session of Congress last week. DEMOCRATS SILENT ON 'UNCLE TIM' RACIAL SLUR TARGETING SEN. SCOTT "Sen [Tim Scott] is uncle Tom’ing it for his life. So sad," Nevins wrote last week before deleting it. "South Carolina should be so ashamed." However, following the post and his subsequent apology, Nevins removed his mention of being a board member for AIDS health organization DAP Health. DAP Health still lists Nevin as a board member, according to its website. ‘WOKE LIBERAL’ JIMMY KIMMEL SLAMMED FOR ATTACKING TIM SCOTT AS TOKEN BLACK REPUBLICAN Nevins did not immediately respond to Fox News' request for comment. In a statement to Fox News on Monday, DAP Health said the personal opinions of board members did not reflect the organization's "opinions or policies."...
    Tom Green bought a camper van in 2020. Courtesy of Tom Green Comedian Tom Green bought a camper van when he learned all his tour dates were canceled in 2020. He turned his camper van into a mobile recording and editing studio, so he could work on the road. Van life expanded his career beyond comedy, allowing him to write music and learn video editing.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Many may recognize Tom Green from "Road Trip" and "Charlie's Angels," but these days the comedian prefers a desolate desert to the spotlight of a red carpet.  In 2020, Green decided to buy a camper van and join the van life movement. These days, he splits his time between his home in Los Angeles and traveling the country in his camper van, spending nights alone with his dog, Charlie, in desert landscapes. Throughout his journey, Green has continued working, turning his camper van into a mobile recording and editing studio. When the pandemic started, Green knew he needed to try something newFor the past 10 years, Green...
    Instagram/@seguratom Comedian Tom Segura was injured while playing basketball. Comedian Tom Segura, best known for his stand-up specials on Netflix, has attracted a lot of concerned attention from his fans after he posted a photo of himself in the hospital with braces on his left leg and arm. Segura has assured his fans that he is recovering well and joked that his injuries were simply “the issues one has when you’re really really really strong.” Commenters filled social media with funny, outlandish theories about how Segura may have hurt himself. But Segura shared that his broken bones stemmed from a fairly conventional source: Segura was injured while playing basketball. Here’s what you need to know: Segura Said He Broke Multiple Bones While Trying to Dunk a Basketball & That There Is Video of the AccidentInstagram/@bertkreischerComedian Tom Segura injured his leg while playing basketball. Segura’s injury happened on December 1. The comedian explained on Twitter the following day, “I was injured yesterday and it really sucks. I can’t move. Multiple broken bones. Unfortunately,...
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