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Ralphie May: [regarding gay people] If you can take a dick in the ass - you can DAMN sure take a joke!
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The real winner of "Last Comic Standing"...
4 April 2004 | by (San Francisco, California) – See all my reviews

...As far as I am concerned and also the rest of my family, Ralphie should have been #1. Dat Phan is funny, but no comparison to Ralphie May. This DVD was just hilarious! We were laughing from the beginning to the end - If you're easily offended by racial jokes you might want to pass on this one, he definitely targets all of us (kind of like Carlos Mencia does) which I think is great!


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