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Infographic extravaganza with world famous Swedish statistician and showman Hans Rosling. His main message - that our world is profoundly changing in ways most of us simply don't realize - much of it for the better.
Almost two years after it came out and no one has even bothered to write a review -- that probably says more about this special than any negative review ever could. No rabid fans even.
His website hasn't been updated in over two years either. So maybe it's finally safe to say that we, as a culture, have persevered and overcome those dark, dark years and we're now all safe from the comic musings of Mr. Dane Cook.
Someday we can all sit around and reminisce about that moment when we suddenly realized, "He's just not all that funny."
Like any stand-up, this had some good bits in it. Sure. Talking to any random guy for 88 minutes will probably also result in some funny moments. I imagine if you talked to the guy who hangs out at the convenience store bumming cigarettes for 88 minutes you'd get a few chuckles.
Good lookin' guy, nice voice, well-spoken...just not really funny.
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