The Epitome of Hyperbole includes the following routines: Adults Living with Parents; Newspaper; Reading is Hard; One Thing Led to Another; Long Sentences; Speed Reading; Point/Counter-Point; Title on Every Page; Wrote for "Planet of the Apes"; Movie Reviews; Amusement Park Movie Rides; Russell Crowe; Mingling at Parties; I Love Art; Realistic vs. Abstract; Ballet; Opera; Learning Spanish; Franchise in Pensacola; Epitome of Hyperbole; No Nonsense Judge; Cruel or Unusual Punishment; Loitering and Manslaughter; Slip and Fall; Aggravated DUI; Loss of Limb; Jury Duty; Game Shows; Cooking Shows; Mules/Sense of Humor; Talk to Dead People; Pet Psychics; Pluto; Planet Definition Committee; Intelligent Life; They Can Put a Man on the Moon; Bee Gees Introduction; Husband Bashing; Men and Women Think Differently. Written by
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You know what the lamest crime is? Loitering... loitering? Can you imagine a guy with a thirty page rapsheet, that's all it says on there? "Loitering, loitering, loitering, loitering, loitering, loitering loitering, 'this guy's got no where to go!' lotering, loitering, loitering." What do you do with a guy like that? Throw him in jail where he can't go anywhere? Loitering! Is something really a crime when it's remedied as easily as "alright, move along." And on the other end of the spectrum, I ...
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