“Don’t mess with Texas? No, don’t f**ck with New York!”

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Category: Humor, Television, Video

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13 Responses to “Lewis Black: New York Versus Texas”

  1. Greg0658 says:

    ROTFLOL (ok my seat)

  2. Molesworth says:

    We watched it twice last night. Jon Stewart is also the best answer to your question about manufactured crises. His ilk may be our best hope.

    Go Jerry Brown.
    Texas is just a fart with creepy insects buzzing the skies and dead deer covering the highways. Oh yeah and tornadoes, birthers andclimate change deniers who hate rregulations unless it’s to control women’s rights to make their own difficult decisions.

  3. Deflator Mouse says:

    Actually, it’s a good thing when someone moves from NY to Texas. The average IQ in both states goes up.

  4. san_fran_sam says:

    Lewis Black is the funniest angry man in comedy. I love this guy. I’m just afraid he’s going to bust a blood vessel in his brain on stage one day.

  5. VennData says:

    The irony is the “Don’t Mess with Texas” is originally an anti-pollution marketing campaign to the slobs there who – when they’re not snake handling – believe have the constitutional right to toss garbage out of the pick ups.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Don't_Mess_with_Texas

    Didn’t work. The highways are a shitshow.

  6. Tamu82 says:

    People that don’t, or have never, lived in Texas have no clue. I know it was just a comedy skit . . . but I wouldn’t live anywhere else. So CA and NY, continue to pay your bloated state and city taxes while we enjoy no state income tax and a cost of living standard that is sooooooo much better than CA or NY. Wonder why so many businesses are leaving those states?

    The truth hurts.

  7. victor says:

    It goes like this: De gustibus non est disputandum
    7 out of 9 responses to a piece of comic relief (comparing NYC not NY state to Texas) use stereotypes to make their point that TX sucks, forgetting that the “parochial rednecks, bible thumper, birthers and climate change deniers, etc” are mainly salt of the earth working stiffs and looking down on their way of life denotes low self esteem.

  8. louiswi says:

    One thing for sure:

    If the Alamo had had a back door, there wouldn’t even be a Texas!