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look, it's not working, snl is no longer relevant, lorne michaels is a turd-twirling dweeb with no humor, the show isn't even funny, stop shilling for a lousy show, all tv sucks
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Look at the flag people...notice any differences from the official ME State Flag?

[link to www.50states.com]

Then ask yourself...why would they make this " small changes?"

I guess it could be possible that they found one with a RED start...but given the paranoia with red stars lately...
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The one in the skit is very obviously a communist red star.
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This is a prime example of Idiocracy, mass maine consumption. To bad SNL doesn't recognize their own Devo-lution.
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Look at the flag people...notice any differences from the official ME State Flag?

[link to www.50states.com]

Then ask yourself...why would they make this " small changes?"

I guess it could be possible that they found one with a RED start...but given the paranoia with red stars lately...
 Quoting: Reckless Driver 24817147


The one in the skit is very obviously a communist red star.
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Makes me wonder if SNL changed it or if they just found one like that already and used it.
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I seriously am in disbelief that no less than three people have posted in this thread, proclaiming the "Maine Justice" skit to be funny/humorous/hilarious...

I enjoy laughing, and I look for reasons to laugh. I used to be very active as a stand-up comedian, and I enjoyed my material so much, at times I would be genuinely laughing, trying to deliver the material! I also would laugh out loud when another comedian was performing on stage, if his/her material was truly funny!*

However, this skit was not humorous, not in the slightest. There was nothing witty, nothing clever, nothing cute or intelligent about the skit at all. The concept was lame and certainly not worth developing into a five minute skit. The characters were the only thing that grade the skit a D-, instead of an outright F. I know SNL has had a reputation for being the least funny comedy program on television since at least 1998...but this was awful. Seriously awful. In fact, I was cringing the entire time, I felt embarrassed for the fools who created, developed, financed, and acted in this sketch. Bleah.




*Here is a little "peek behind the curtain" for you: Stand-up comedy is extremely difficult to 'break into.' One of the major reasons is you have to try out new material and perfect your delivery through performing at Open Mic Comedy nights...Except, that usually the only people in the audience at most open mic comedy nights are other comedians- comedians which have either already gone up on stage, or comedians who are waiting to go on stage. It is the toughest crowd a comedian will ever perform in front of- a crowd of other comedians at an open mic event. For some reasons (ego, jealousy, etc.) most comedians refuse to laugh at material delivered by other comedians. I never could relate to this paradigm, and if something is funny, I laugh! I don't feel that by my laughing, I am going to lose out on an opportunity that will be given to the comedian I was laughing for. I believe in my own material, and that is that.
One last note about stand-up comedy: Many people think, "Ooh, I am funny at the office," or "I always make my wife's friends laugh at dinner parties" and then think it will translate into being a successful stand up comedian. False. Here is the difference, and it is MAJOR: When you are with a group of friends, telling a joke/anecdote/story, everyone is looking at each other, and nobody has a microphone. Everyone is on "equal" footing. When you are on stage performing stand up comedy, you are the only person with a microphone, and everyone is facing you, looking solely at you. What works in a conversation does not necessarily translate to being on stage with a spotlight on you, and vice-versa.
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in the last 36 or so years i probably laughed out loud only a dozen times at saturday night live skits. most of it is lame.
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Nothing veiled here people... its funny... its a skit. Not everything is a conspiracy.
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SNL went down the crapper years ago. It's just another libtard soapbox.

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Re: Saturday Night Live does a very "strange" skit -- no one knows what it means...watch bayou corne / Louisiana for the next few weeks
Obvious is obvious.

This is a satire of the Louisiana emigration to the north after Hurricane Katrina, where the strong dialect of Louisiana folks is absolutely uncomprehensible to the straight talking Mainer's, which makes their social assimilation that much harder.

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Watch video here: [link to www.hulu.com]



Saturday Night Live does a very "strange" skit -- no one knows what it means...

yahoo news says this:

"So Weird, It's Funny: Maine Justice

Wait, why does everyone in this Maine courtroom speak with a Louisiana accent? Why did they play "When the Saints go marching in?" What's going on here? We were confused for most of the sketch -- maybe it was a town with a lot of Hurricane Katrina refugees -- but Jason Sudeikis's crazy Col. Sanders and a cameo by a moonshine-swilling Charlie Day made this whole bizarre thing kind of hilarious. "



watch it in light of Bayou Corne Sinkhole.. listen to key words.. make the association to the "sinking of the maine".. rising water costs.. and the end.. ass on fire across the bayou..


This is a veiled reference... if it was just a one time occurrence , I wouldn't say anything.. but last year... before the Japan earthquake.. three weeks before.... they ran this skit: "a spot of tea"... at the time it didn't make sense... 3 weeks BEFORE the massive Japan Earthquake...

[link to www.nbc.com]



watch bayou corne / Louisiana for the next few weeks
 Quoting: Blackhawkie


Maybe the explosion they are expecting is going to tear the country apart all the way up to Maine. Just a thought.

hf
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I took it to mean that they were Katrina evacuees that moved to Maine and had their own court but then they started talking about the space time continuim (sp) and what not so....???????
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It's a Joe Brown Parody.
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I took it to mean that they were Katrina evacuees that moved to Maine and had their own court but then they started talking about the space time continuim (sp) and what not so....???????
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for future reference...you were close! continuum is the proper spelling. Although, your spelling demonstrates the proper phonetic pronunciation!
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Watch video here: [link to www.hulu.com]



Saturday Night Live does a very "strange" skit -- no one knows what it means...

yahoo news says this:

"So Weird, It's Funny: Maine Justice

Wait, why does everyone in this Maine courtroom speak with a Louisiana accent? Why did they play "When the Saints go marching in?" What's going on here? We were confused for most of the sketch -- maybe it was a town with a lot of Hurricane Katrina refugees -- but Jason Sudeikis's crazy Col. Sanders and a cameo by a moonshine-swilling Charlie Day made this whole bizarre thing kind of hilarious. "



watch it in light of Bayou Corne Sinkhole.. listen to key words.. make the association to the "sinking of the maine".. rising water costs.. and the end.. ass on fire across the bayou..


This is a veiled reference... if it was just a one time occurrence , I wouldn't say anything.. but last year... before the Japan earthquake.. three weeks before.... they ran this skit: "a spot of tea"... at the time it didn't make sense... 3 weeks BEFORE the massive Japan Earthquake...

[link to www.nbc.com]



watch bayou corne / Louisiana for the next few weeks
 Quoting: Blackhawkie


Maybe the explosion they are expecting is going to tear the country apart all the way up to Maine. Just a thought.

hf
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is it just me or does the sesmicgraph reading look like the logo for dorito chips??? or am i just hungry?
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Oh for fuck sake people, it's a SNL skit.
They used Maine as a play-on word to "Main" Justice.
What's the big deal???


It was cute. They explained how they had to relocate to Maine after Katrina.

What the fuck is the big deal?

The 'defendant' himself kept asking what the hell was going on. It was meant to be bizarre. Extreme if you will.

Man, not everything has a hidden message. In fact, maybe this thread has a hidden message and was made by an agent of the underground world of a secret society!

I mean......suspicion cuts both ways.
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I seriously am in disbelief that no less than three people have posted in this thread, proclaiming the "Maine Justice" skit to be funny/humorous/hilarious...

I enjoy laughing, and I look for reasons to laugh. I used to be very active as a stand-up comedian, and I enjoyed my material so much, at times I would be genuinely laughing, trying to deliver the material! I also would laugh out loud when another comedian was performing on stage, if his/her material was truly funny!*

However, this skit was not humorous, not in the slightest. There was nothing witty, nothing clever, nothing cute or intelligent about the skit at all. The concept was lame and certainly not worth developing into a five minute skit. The characters were the only thing that grade the skit a D-, instead of an outright F. I know SNL has had a reputation for being the least funny comedy program on television since at least 1998...but this was awful. Seriously awful. In fact, I was cringing the entire time, I felt embarrassed for the fools who created, developed, financed, and acted in this sketch. Bleah.




*Here is a little "peek behind the curtain" for you: Stand-up comedy is extremely difficult to 'break into.' One of the major reasons is you have to try out new material and perfect your delivery through performing at Open Mic Comedy nights...Except, that usually the only people in the audience at most open mic comedy nights are other comedians- comedians which have either already gone up on stage, or comedians who are waiting to go on stage. It is the toughest crowd a comedian will ever perform in front of- a crowd of other comedians at an open mic event. For some reasons (ego, jealousy, etc.) most comedians refuse to laugh at material delivered by other comedians. I never could relate to this paradigm, and if something is funny, I laugh! I don't feel that by my laughing, I am going to lose out on an opportunity that will be given to the comedian I was laughing for. I believe in my own material, and that is that.
One last note about stand-up comedy: Many people think, "Ooh, I am funny at the office," or "I always make my wife's friends laugh at dinner parties" and then think it will translate into being a successful stand up comedian. False. Here is the difference, and it is MAJOR: When you are with a group of friends, telling a joke/anecdote/story, everyone is looking at each other, and nobody has a microphone. Everyone is on "equal" footing. When you are on stage performing stand up comedy, you are the only person with a microphone, and everyone is facing you, looking solely at you. What works in a conversation does not necessarily translate to being on stage with a spotlight on you, and vice-versa.
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That's why I don't watch SNL anymore, I remember the original cast and though there have been some bright moments it will never be the same.

A lot of people have told me throughout my life that I should do stand up but I know how hard it is. It's one thing to be funny it's another to fine tune delivery and think quickly on your feet...not easy. I do love going to see it though and support anyone who has the chops to stand up there and do it.
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I took it to mean that they were Katrina evacuees that moved to Maine and had their own court but then they started talking about the space time continuim (sp) and what not so....???????
 Quoting: geminilion


for future reference...you were close! continuum is the proper spelling. Although, your spelling demonstrates the proper phonetic pronunciation!
 Quoting: The Sonic Dreamer


Thanks...hf
..."The soul is dyed the color of its thoughts. Think only on those things that are in line with your principles and can bear the light of day. The content of your character is your choice. Day by day, what you choose, what you think, and what you do is who you become. Your integrity is your destiny ... it is the light that guides your way."
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not sure what it 'means', but it was funny as alllll git out!1rof1
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You're not alone OP!

I had this exact same thought when I was watching the Jamie Foxx skits yesterday.

FROM MAINE to NEW ORLEANS...!

When the blonde woman mentioned a star portal opened up and let in most of the New Orleans people from long ago...loosely phrasing it...that really struck me for some reason!

Anyway, it's something to keep in mind hmm

This is the story I saw...the skit called MAINE JUSTICE is the last one:

[link to tv.yahoo.com]

colorbump
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Here's a dream I had last night too...

I also managed to remember a dream of seeing the US earthquake map with clusters of yellow circles all over the northeast area. As soon as I remembered it, I couldn't help but think of the Ramapo fault line and the Indian Point nuke plant. It's weird that I would just think of this but it could derive from a hunch I got yesterday...see the thread below. I wasn't the only one who saw it!

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Thread: The ROOM...A Christian BrainStorming (((( Thread )))) Current Events... (Page 383)

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This is a veiled reference... if it was just a one time occurrence , I wouldn't say anything.. but last year... before the Japan earthquake.. three weeks before.... they ran this skit: "a spot of tea"... at the time it didn't make sense... 3 weeks BEFORE the massive Japan Earthquake...

[link to www.nbc.com]



watch bayou corne / Louisiana for the next few weeks
 Quoting: Blackhawkie


colorbump!
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Jamie Foxx was on SNL...on the first night of HANUKKAH!

I had this dream below last year on the first night of Hanukkah on 12/20/11. The numbers I dreamt of with the name Moses were 6, 7, 20, 9.

I was on a THREE WEEK hiatus too in the dream...very strange!



This could be nothing!

Really...NOTHING AT ALL!

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Oh for fuck sake people, it's a SNL skit.
They used Maine as a play-on word to "Main" Justice.
What's the big deal???


It was cute. They explained how they had to relocate to Maine after Katrina.

What the fuck is the big deal?

The 'defendant' himself kept asking what the hell was going on. It was meant to be bizarre. Extreme if you will.

Man, not everything has a hidden message. In fact, maybe this thread has a hidden message and was made by an agent of the underground world of a secret society!

I mean......suspicion cuts both ways.
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Do you realize you are on a conspiracy website, moron?aholeshill
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Do you realize you're a fucking idiot? Do you also realize I've been on here over 10 years?
Do you realize that I realize this forum consists of a bunch of fools with extremely empty lives who therefore must make everything, something else?

G'day asshole!
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This sort of 'humor' seems like aliens doing the human equivalent of blackface.
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Excellent analogy. Now we should do an alien equivalent of a "cakewalk" for the aliens :)

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That skit was no where near as strange as this thread. Pinned no less.

You people take the cake when it comes to strange.
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Well, I for one take that as a compliment!
"When tyrants tremble in their fear, and hear their death knell ringing,
When friends rejoice both far and near, how can I keep from singing"

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WooooooWeeee

Someon gat one ell of an assfire to put out here.
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Normally., I call people out on this website and enjoy debunking the dumb Shit people come up with, but I can't really come up with anything.
Maybe after the sketch was written, fox, or one of the other actors wanted to keep the focus on a place that still needs support. Or perhaps there were a large number of the actors involved that couldn't do the accent.. Maine accent isn't a joke, it's quite hard. I should know, I'm right next door. That being said, the comment about space-time continuum, was so out of place it almost seemed important. I'm leaning toward there's something here.
But it would not come from the actors obviously.
The writers are no idiots, even though for the most part they are unfunny these days, they are still relevant. This is just more of
GLP effect maybe. You guys are now influencing American television... Proud?
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Proud, yet humbled.
"When tyrants tremble in their fear, and hear their death knell ringing,
When friends rejoice both far and near, how can I keep from singing"

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That's fucking hilarious. Chill out, OP. It's just non-sense humor.
 Quoting: Leslie Zevo


Well actually it is fucking hilarious.

But then again not so much.
 Quoting: Pyractomena borealis


SNL has sucked balls for the last 30 years.I don't understand people who think it's funny when it's dumb as hell.
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I thawt de gators ate dem
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The dingo did eat the baby
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That's why I don't watch SNL anymore, I remember the original cast and though there have been some bright moments it will never be the same.

A lot of people have told me throughout my life that I should do stand up but I know how hard it is. It's one thing to be funny it's another to fine tune delivery and think quickly on your feet...not easy. I do love going to see it though and support anyone who has the chops to stand up there and do it.
 Quoting: geminilion



I agree as far as the original cast goes. There were a few years (Farley, Hartman, Carvey etc) that were decent but they all failed and paled in comparison to the original cast with Chevy, Gilda, Belushi, Aykroyd.

It does take a certain personality to deliver skits written for SNL but a bunch of them just suck. The writers don't seem as funny as they once were. They seem to have to insult in order to pull off being funny which turns out, not to be funny.

This particular skit was different. Not bad. Not particularly great either. Just cute.
There was no hidden meaning as many would like to spin this into.

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