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Comedian Leo Allen on the Perils of Drinking

I kind of have a crush on Leo Allen (any relation to Woody?). I saw him live recently when he opened for the awesome Janeane Garofalo, and although his act started off slow and awkward, it got quirkier and better and funnier. Here, he's talking about how drinking is dangerous because it makes you think you're good at stuff it's dangerous to think you're good at. Like say, de-arming a police officer, or fighting with people on horseback. I share in his wish that, after a night of partying, instead of worrying what I said to whom, I could look on my bedside and find a magnificent work of art I crafted in a fit of creativity. Fat chance, but I'm dreaming the dream with you, Leo!

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nancita nancita 8 years
After many years of drinking, I have actually gotten very good at defending myself in fistfights against people on horseback.
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