Seinfeld talks about smartphones and texting before taking the topic a bit more broad by talking about email, which is really just a springboard to skewer the US Postal system. Seinfeld is firmly in the "it's funny because it's so true" territory, where he does his best work. Our favorite line from the act was when he talked about texting and said, "When we communicate with another person, we want them to know, 'I could have called you and I chose not to. I decided I only wanted to hear my half of the conversation.'"
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"There is no safety, there is no comfort, there is no security for you in this life anymore,"..., "unless when you're walking down the street you can feel a hard rectangle in your pants."
posted on Feb 21, 2014, 10:27 PM 2
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In the US, it should be "... unless when you're walking down the street you carry a gun" lol.
posted on Feb 22, 2014, 1:05 AM 2
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As to Jerry's last point, that it would be more efficient to have to Post Office open our letters, read them and email us what they say - the NSA already does two thirds of that, it would be easier just to have them email us.
posted on Feb 22, 2014, 7:07 AM 0
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