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Almost none of the offensive stuff was present Saturday night at the Palace, during the second of two shows that drew a combined audience of more than 3, Instead, the target of Larry's jokes and put-downs was most often himself and his audience. His humor remains basic and sometimes base.

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I'm just a pervert. You know why? Ambling the stage for the better part of an hour in his ature look of work boots, jeans, trucker cap and sleeveless flannel shirt, Larry joked about WalMart, Cracker Barrel and Golden Corral restaurants, Greyhound buses, the companies' patrons himself included and Southerners, of the redneck variant and otherwise.

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Inreviewing the first of five soldout Larry the Cable Guy shows at the Palace Theatre in one week, I said the redneck comic was an "entertaining doofus," adding, "But he's also at times exasperatingly offensive, with more than a third of the routine relying on obvious and facile low humor. David Sedaris, Oct 10, The Egg. Comedy musical cabaret performed by classically trained musicians.

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Top shopping picks. Three years ago, when Larry performed at the Times Union Center with Jeff Foxworthy, I said, "It is mildly satisfying to report that Larry has toned down his material," but also that he still "gets laughs by playing the resentment card and making facile fun of the weak, the less fortunate, the marginalized. Although it was a temperate-for-February 30 degrees when Larry took the stage, he complained about the frigidity's effect on him, saying, "My nipples got here five minutes before me" and "My weenie's been an innie all day.

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Saying he'd heard about a wedding held at WalMart, he said, "They had the father-daughter dance, and dad-gum, they run off together. GWAR, Oct. Don't wear your best clothes. George Lopez, Aug. The comedian and actor will perform stand-up.

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His grandmother farted on a spa attendant during a Brazilian wax, he said, and he was happy to report that his grandfather passed away while sitting on the toilet: "He died doing what he loved. Maybe with growing self-awareness comes a growing talent for self-deprecation. BoDeans, July 31, Skyloft.

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Ghost, Oct. The Ten Tenors, Nov. Australian classically based contemporary music groups who also have performed with an eclectic group of musicians. In his best bit, Crist described going on a men's retreat, where activities included tug-of-war, grilling steaks and arm-wrestling.

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Lucinda Williams, Sept. And Larry, who turned 56 on Sunday, when he had two shows in Buffalo, seemingly acknowledged he was different than his former self when he half-heartedly invoked a catchphrase from his past by saying early on at the Palace, "Guess I should do this: Git 'r done.

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It's still silly and often stupid, but it's no longer cruel. He said, "Wouldn't it be easier if we just forgave our d?

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John Crist, a fellow Southerner whose Christian faith informs a perspective on the world that recognizes its problems and excesses without mocking the people responsible for them, opened with an expert set that last almost as long as Larry's, and deservedly so. Wisconsin roots rockers in business for more than three decades.

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Only in America with Larry the Cable Guy is an American travel documentary series that aired for three seasons from to on History.


Larry first goes south to experience the extreme jobs involving alligators and then goes to New York City to watch a man famously make a living using a silly gimmick: Play a guitar in just h