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Bill Bailey

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"Bill Bailey won't you please come home?"

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It's A tie! <br />
Richard Pryor, George Carlin,

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You might be right!

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John Cleese.

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He is one of the funniest people on the planet....(Fawlty Towers)

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I have two.....the late and great Bernie Mac, and Jack Black, they are comic GENIUSES.....:)

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I agree, Bernie Mac was great...Did you see him in "Bad Santa"?

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red fox(saw him in concert years ago) damn he was funny

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Back in the 50s &amp; early 60s he had a reputation for being "dirty"....
but, you're right, he was funny......and I loved him in Sanford &amp; Son too.

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saw him in vegas, my dad took me, i was young(under 18) it was a big ordeal to get me in, everyother word was f word, best time with my dad ever, lauged my arse off,

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Geez ask a hard one why don't ya?<br />
I'm a person who laughs easy so it could be several people.<br />
Paul Lynde would have to be #1. I STILL think about some<br />
stuff he said and laugh like a dumb*ss.<br />
Eddie Murphy cracks me up & so does Jim Carrey. For<br />
redneck humor its gotta be Ron White.

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Paul Lynde always cracked me up on "Hollywood Squares".

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ron white is fing halarious too.

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Martin Lawrence

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ba<x>sed on his early movies, Jim Carrey.

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I first saw Jim Carey on "In Living Color".....He was the reason I watched that show.............."Me. Myself &amp; Irene" is, I think, his funniest film.

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I liked the part when he was shooting the cow. The thing just would not die !!!

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All of us are

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Mitch Hedberg.

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Billy T James

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