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Who is funnier?

Who is funnier?

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    ballin1347

    [22]Nov 8, 2007
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    HumbleNewb wrote:
    seinfeldyada wrote:
    They all are very funny, which means the funniest guy in the show is Larry David, or another of the writers like Spike. Greatsense of humour.


    Yes, they're all funny in their own way. But, I had to pick Kramer also because he uses his whole body to project his humor: the expressions, the grunts, the struts, and his clothing are just uber hilarious.


    Agreed completely
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    Megaman200798

    [23]Nov 8, 2007
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    Nice to find people still like Kramerq
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    sienster

    [24]Nov 9, 2007
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    Yeah, I still like him, although considering his blow-up at the Improv, I don't see him in the same light. Same goes with Sen. George Allen. Anytime any public figure does something or says something that's racist, it's hard to look at them the same.
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    HumbleNewb

    [25]Nov 14, 2007
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    Megaman200798 wrote:
    Nice to find people still like Kramerq


    Yeah, he's been getting a beating since that LaughFactory, or whatever, incident. I told someone I like to watch Seinfeld, and they said, "Why, because of Kramer? I don't like that guy!" I just kept silent because I didn't want to get into that kind of discussion. I was having a great day.
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    jumpy06

    [26]Nov 17, 2007
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    All of them

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    Vernita_Green

    [27]Nov 24, 2007
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    George was by far the funniest. Hell, the whole Costanza family was funny to me, especially Frank. I don't ever remember an episode with Frank in it where he wasn't funny.
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    Megaman200798

    [28]Nov 25, 2007
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    sienster wrote:
    Yeah, I still like him, although considering his blow-up at the Improv, I don't see him in the same light. Same goes with Sen. George Allen. Anytime any public figure does something or says something that's racist, it's hard to look at them the same.


    Paris Hilton refered to them as slow, and some other words Kramer mentioned. The media just didnt blow THAT into a big thing because as one said it "She's a spaz. No one takes her seriosuly."

    Just because your a spaz doesnt mean you can get away with it, while Kramer cant
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    Megaman200798

    [29]Nov 25, 2007
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    HumbleNewb wrote:
    Megaman200798 wrote:
    Nice to find people still like Kramerq


    Yeah, he's been getting a beating since that LaughFactory, or whatever, incident. I told someone I like to watch Seinfeld, and they said, "Why, because of Kramer? I don't like that guy!" I just kept silent because I didn't want to get into that kind of discussion. I was having a great day.


    Excatly. How can rappers get away with it? They constantly over-phrase it and went way overboard of what Kramer said....kinda
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    Vernita_Green

    [30]Nov 25, 2007
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    Don't try to downplay it. He was wrong for the things he said. They were racist. And BTW he didn't just say the N-word, he also referred to black people being hung which also can be constrewed as racist.

    But it is my opinion that this was all AFTER Michael Richards (I think that's the actor's name) was Kramer, so I don't see how liking Seinfeld or Kramer should have anything to do with what the man did after his career on the show was over.I'm black, and I think its stupid for people to associate the two together. It is possible to like a character played by an actor without liking the actor himself (but once again at the time he played the character, to my knowledge there was no reason to dislike the actor).

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    Megaman200798

    [31]Nov 25, 2007
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    On the news, they just played a clip of him saying the N. The character is played by the actor, and some people associate his acting to the character.

    He was wrong in what he said and did, but thats no reason to not like the show anymorw
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    sienster

    [32]Nov 27, 2007
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    Yeah, it's no reason to not like the show. But I can't help but thinking about what he said everytime I see him (and thinking worse of him) and I'm white.
    Edited on 11/27/2007 8:57am
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    Megaman200798

    [33]Nov 27, 2007
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    sienster wrote:
    Yeah, it's no reason to not like the show. But I can't help but thinking about what he said everytime I see him (and thinking worse of him) and I'm white.


    What about those hip-hop rappers and musicians?
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    sienster

    [34]Nov 28, 2007
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    They're not saying it to put down someone. That's part of their language. Richards was saying it to degrade those people directly.
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    vandalayinc

    [35]Nov 28, 2007
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    I hate this discussion. They are TWO different people. Kramer isn't the racist,Michael Richards is the racist (don't really think he is a huge racist, I really thought he was doing that ish for cheap laughs.) Anyways, it's hard to single out Jerry or George,but George I think has the edge. wtf soup nazi Where is Puddy and Peterman? I hate you.
    Edited on 11/28/2007 9:27pm
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    Megaman200798

    [36]Nov 29, 2007
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    vandalayinc wrote:
    I hate this discussion. They are TWO different people. Kramer isn't the racist,Michael Richards is the racist (don't really think he is a huge racist, I really thought he was doing that ish for cheap laughs.) Anyways, it's hard to single out Jerry or George,but George I think has the edge. wtf soup nazi Where is Puddy and Peterman? I hate you.


    Whose Puddy?
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    sienster

    [37]Nov 30, 2007
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    Elaine's on again off again mechanic boyfriend.
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    Megaman200798

    [38]Dec 1, 2007
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    sienster wrote:
    Elaine's on again off again mechanic boyfriend.


    Oh! The on/off couple
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    derekjwhitehead

    [39]Dec 2, 2007
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    Its hard to choose

    Jerry is just funny

    Elaine is so angry all the time (she stabbed some guy with a fork)

    George is kind of the opposite of perfect

    and Krammer is spaztic

    but I have to say Krammer

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