Something about writing my ideas out on paper (or in this case, a computer) have cleared my thoughts and opinions. I believe people should do this kind of activity more often. Whether if its on a blogging site, a personal journal, with people viewing, or without people viewing, people should get their thoughts and ideas out. Not just for the sake free speech or expressing one's self, but also for the sake of rhetoric thinking. Writing makes you a better conversationalist, a better critical and abstract thinker, and writing also gives you a better appreciation for writers in general. And I am not just saying this to sound pretentious. Since starting this blog, I have felt more fluidity in my words and speech; and my thoughts have been clearer when talking as opposed to before where they used be jumbled up.
I would like to thank all the comedians who have given me so much comical pleasure over the years and provided me with good writing material such as: Dave Chappelle, Dane Cook, George Carlin, Brian Regan, Bill Cosby, Jim Gaffigan, and Jim Breuer. Through watching these and other comdians' routine, I feel like a little part of their act lives inside me. Like a habit, I find myself repeating similar jokes in a subconscious fashion. I say "similar jokes" and "subconscious fashion" because there is nothing that I hate more then hearing someone else intentionally repeat an exact joke, word-for-word, from a comedian, and not giving rightful acknowledgement. That is like plagiarism, only worse. (just a joke)
To finally wrap up my blog, I would like thank all viewers and comments on my blog about Stand-Up Comedy. I hope you have learned something about the art of comedy; and even if you felt as though you did not, I hope you have acquired a better understanding and appreciation for the blogger, in general. Maybe this will influence you to start a blog of your own, if you haven't already. At the least, maybe start reading a bit more. I know I will... God Bless