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Oh. My. God.

I just discovered that iTunes has Eddie Izzard albums available for purchase. I just give them my password and I get offbeat historical funny goodness delivered. straight. to. my. computer.

There goes my productivity for, oh, February. Joy.

iTMS, you are a diabolical mistress. Oh yes. Oh yes.


Captain Mog said…
Hot Damn! Considering federal laws prohibit carnies frum havin’ credit cards good ol’ Darth is ganna’ be sendin poor ol’ Gil sum’ copyright infringed comedy. Eh?
Anonymous said…
Wow. I'll wake the neighbors. You phone the kids.
Mo said…
Is it bad that I can never understand a damn word that Eddie says? I think he's funny lookin', but I don't be understandin those fancy English words he be sayin.
Latigo Flint said…
Le singe est sur la branche!!!

(Kid Relish told me to write that... I don't understand it but he insisted. Gunslingers don't watch Eddie Izzard specials.)
Oh no, now why did you have to go and do that? I have stuff to do, and not I'm a good for nothing downloading comedy whore thanks to you!

Ah, bless!

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