Blast you, Havershaw! How dare you patronize me. I am not losing my nerve!
Aw, people like Kenny!Just remember that *I* liked Kenny BEFORE it was the cool thing to do.nice job, KB.
I don't know what you have to do, maybe start telling jokes five minutes before your set begins, so that when you actually do start, they're slow and smooth. Either way, I can't believe I'm going to type it, but I like your set lately. This or the last one I've found to be both quite good. And I say I can't believe it because I think I'm a "hate'a," though that's only a self-diagnosis.
your transitions are weak in the first half.
Are you kidding, blaford? His transitions are weak throughout! He's not even trying!But despite all that, Kenny is enjoyable to watch. Might want to memorize more or keep notes closer at hand so there's less of a pause in between material, but the audience seemed to find that amusing too.I'm sad I missed it in person--I think I was actually in Anaheim that night.
Yes, we have no transitions. I have no use for them. This kind of comedy is often presented while strumming a guitar to distract from the lack of transitions. The second half has more flow. Yeah, it's weird.Normally I try not to use notes. It really is because I was doing new stuff and didn't have time to practice as much as usual.
blafArd. with an A.
Blaford is a better name. Sorry.
don't be sorry. You're an idiot. That's your problem.
Yeah, I noticed that after I posted the comment. Also, I didn't really care.And he's not an idiot. Just a Bigstupidjerkface.
Did I touch a nerve?
hey that was fun to watch! even with the notes you're comfortable on stage and at one with the audience.
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