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    I've been listening to a lot of stand-up comics lately. Mitch Hedberg (R.I.P.) and Glenn Foster (That Canadian Guy) are my favourites so far. Anyone got any suggestions about who else I should start listening to?

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    I've always been partial to Lewis Black.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nieh View Post
    I've always been partial to Lewis Black.
    Is he the one on "The Daily Show?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Overworked & Underfucked View Post
    I've been listening to a lot of stand-up comics lately. Mitch Hedberg (R.I.P.) and Glenn Foster (That Canadian Guy) are my favourites so far. Anyone got any suggestions about who else I should start listening to?
    Glenn Foster is awesome-funny but i don't really like stand-up that much so...can't help you there, haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nieh View Post
    I've always been partial to Lewis Black.
    He's a bit hit or miss, but when he's good he's awesome.

    Dane Cook has some good stuff. His older stuff is superior.

    I struggle to remember the names of comedians. I've heard some amazing ones, but couldn't for the life of me tell you who they are.

    I used to be quite fond of Denis Leary when I was younger. Eventually I realized he was more just angry than actually funny, but he still has some good stuff. George Carlin could be said to be similar in a way.

    As a general rule I find the Irish and Scottish to be hilarious at stand up comedy. Something about their accents and sense of timing.

    Edit: I quite like Ron White sometimes, and I seem to remember Jim Breuer having at least one good show. Oh, and Jim Gaffigan.

    Or you could just pick some randomly: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_stand-up_comedians
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    Pablo Fransisco is hilarious..



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    Noodles and Dexter are hilarious.

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    hypodermic_89, if you read this make a noodles dexter comedy dvd cover..

    Name it yourself..

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    I always laugh at a guy named Brian Reagan. I've just gotten into Harland Williams, too. My favorites are probably Bob Saget and Gilbert Gottfried.

    EDIT: Ahh, it's Regan.
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    sarah silverman, jim gaffigan, david cross... those are the ones that come to mind that i know have albums out.

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