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Perhaps the worst thing about Carlos Mencia's comedy is that every joke
needs to be followed with an insult at the people in the crowd that
aren't laughing. If there's anybody who's insecure, it's a comedian who
won't shut up about his audience.
Then again, perhaps the worst thing about Carlos Mencia's comedy is that he doesn't get off his free speech high horse. If you want to be funny, just make a joke, don't explain all the reasons why you're saving the American way with your failed attempts at generating laughter.
Hmm... actually... the worst thing about Carlos Mencia's comedy is that it substitues meanspirited jabs at ethnicities for legitimate humor. Avoid this like the plague.
No Strings Attached features Carlos Mencia doing stand-up that makes us
both laugh and think. Not only does he poke fun at racial issues (like
many haters claim), but he also talks about the best way to get illegal
immigrants out of the country...what women mean when they say they want
to be treated equally...why Americans are crazier than Arab
terrorists...why nobody needs to pray for the pope - and what he hopes
he's doing in heaven...a theory of how Easter (aka Big Ups to Jesus
Day) traditions got started...his viewing of the movie Passion of the
Christ - and his sub-sequential argument with a woman about whether or
not he's affected by Jesus...how society should treat the physically
handicapped...and even if you have the right to tell a joke or not.
Also, he never stops reminding us that each of us has a voice. So we should use it to speak the truth, say what we think, and not be afraid if others are offended.
Carlos is the bomb.
No Strings Attached is one of Carlos Mencia's best performances to
date. Mencia is known for poking and making fun of racial issues.
However, he does more than that in this stand-up performance, which
took place in San Francisco. In general, Mencia's material does not
only make you laugh but it also makes you think about what is really
wrong with society today.
In this hour long performance, Mencia talks about such things as illegal immigration, what women really mean when they ask for equality in the workplace, terrorism, his opinion of Mel Gibson's Passion of the Christ and an argument that he got into with a woman regarding whether or not he is affected by Jesus, and how society should treat those that are physically or mentally handicapped. Mencia even discusses whether or one should have the right to speak out and tell a joke.
Carlos Mencia is not afraid to offend, which at many times gets him trouble with his critics. For example, he does go somewhat far (and he admits it) with a joke regarding Pope John Paul II and what he is most likely doing in heaven right now.
Mencia's main message in all of his performances is that we all have have a voice and that we should use that voice to speak what we feel and not be afraid to offend. He reminds us that we have a right to free speech and that we must use this right as Americans.
If you enjoy this performance, I definitely recommend watching Mind of Mencia, his show on Comedy Central.
Carlos Mencia was excellent this is hour special. He was working hard to show everybody he was the real deal. I know people have said he's stolen material in this special, but that is not true. Carlos brings comedy up front the way he wants it, not how anyone else wants it, that is why he is so good. People say he's not funny because he says Dee dee dee too much, and they still haven't realized thats part of his act, and they don't want it that way, but he brings it like that anyway, and succeeds in making people laugh. For all the haters out there, here is a message, Carlos is here to stay, you have no point in trying to bring him down.
Carlos Mencia continually, violently, hatefully screaming "B**ch!" at women is like screaming "N**ger!" at black people, except it's worse. Remember, the B word, unlike the N word, is the only pejorative term that is still associated on a daily basis with violence. "B**ch!" is the last thing women hear before they are raped, beaten, or murdered. This guy is perpetuating violence by hatefully using the language of violence. Sounds like he may be a gay guy trying to cover by woman-bashing, so that he will sound like a hetero. And how about all the Nazi white guys in his audience giving the fascist salutes while their stupid little bimbo white women whimper tee hee hee at their side, clearly terrified to protest this tidal wave of woman-hating. Tee hee hee. Bet Mencia doesn't believe or support free speech for THEM! Come on, Carlos do you want women to have the free speech to b**ch-slap you as loudly and violently and big-mouthed as you do, or do you think "free speech" is only for men to crap on women???
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