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    Quote Originally Posted by Oedipa_Maas View Post
    Maybe the most entertaining in some ways, but best? Isn't that a matter concerning indivdual preference and not a universal truth?

    I think the majority of Stand-up comedians are SPs (Since they thrive off the immediacy and mood of performing for a live audience) but majority doesn't equate to 'Best".
    I don't know, I think that skill can be measured to an extent. Preference is only about a third of the evaluation of musical skill, for instance. (Or so I've heard.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by stellar renegade View Post
    We SPs make the best comedians, btw. And yes, the introverted SP types can get nervous onstage, at least and especially ISFPs, even though as a whole we are the boldest temperament.

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    I agree with ISFP. And, God rest his soul, I didn't find him all that funny either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    I agree with ISFP. And, God rest his soul, I didn't find him all that funny either.
    Bless. Neither did I.

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    I can't even imagine the kind of person person who doesn't find Mitch Hedberg funny. What comedians do you like instead?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VagrantFarce View Post
    If it helps at all, I hate him.
    To be honest, I feel like it's weird you thought that might help.
    Does he want a pillow for his head?

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    If you don't find Mitch Hedberg funny, you aren't intelligent and aren't a good person.

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    The thing about Mitch was... people fell in love with his personality, his shy humble quirkyness, and his style of delivery, much more than his actual stand-up routine and comedy writing.

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    Mitch Hedberg was a very funny man. More universally so than most comedians, I think, because he was fairly clean but still humorous and didn't take any real stand in his act. Still, not my favorite comedian. I usually prefer bits and stories to a string of quick jokes.

    He also owes a debt to Emo Phillips.
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    lol i love him. wish i learned of him before he passed away

    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise
    The thing about Mitch was... people fell in love with his personality, his shy humble quirkyness, and his style of delivery, much more than his actual stand-up routine and comedy writing.
    hm probably true. it's not so much what he says, more the way he says it

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