Andrew Mousouris
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Manly Comedians

Started this discussion. Last reply by J.L. Aug 5, 2013. 20 Replies

Anybody else remember the first time they heard a good stand up comedian? I sure as hell do. I was twelve years old, sneaking down into the den around midnight to watch some Skin-e-max. See, my dad…Continue

I can't ride a bike.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joe Benson Aug 7, 2013. 25 Replies

I just can't get the hang of it, I've tried at least once a year since I was twelve.  I'm twenty-one now, and my stepdaughter is learning how to ride a bike and I'm stuck at the sidelines unable to…Continue

 

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Joe Benson replied to Andrew Mousouris's discussion I can't ride a bike.
"My advice: You should adjust the height of your seat so that you can sit on your bicycle and touch the ground with one foot (the whole foot, not just the toes) while slightly leaning the bicycle to the side. Lean to the left and use your left foot…"
Aug 7, 2013
Andrew Mousouris replied to Andrew Mousouris's discussion I can't ride a bike.
"I was using a vintage Chicago Schwinn - a courier bike - but I want to switch over to a BMX."
Aug 6, 2013
Brian Splash replied to Andrew Mousouris's discussion I can't ride a bike.
"What style of bike are you trying to Learn on ? What part of the rideing do you fail at , the balancing or the peddling ? If it were me I'd get hold of a BMX style bike go to a big grass park with elbow and wrist guards like skateboarders use…"
Aug 6, 2013
Tyler M. replied to Andrew Mousouris's discussion I can't ride a bike.
"I always was afraid to do it as a kid, and didn't even try without training wheels until I asked my Dad to buy me a bike for my 10th birthday. I literally just sat down and pedaled all the way down our sidewalk. It was shaky and I had a bit of…"
Aug 6, 2013
Claude replied to Andrew Mousouris's discussion I can't ride a bike.
"+3 (for each of my kids) That's how our family learned. Much faster than getting dependent on training wheels and then trying to beat the dependency."
Aug 6, 2013
Adam Birch replied to Andrew Mousouris's discussion I can't ride a bike.
"Few learn to ride on the first go. I don't see why it would be much different for an adult learning than a child. I learned to ride at four years old. I fell again, and again, and again. Eventually I became very adept at riding. Like anything,…"
Aug 6, 2013
J.L. replied to Andrew Mousouris's discussion Manly Comedians
"I wouldn't do that. Louis CK is the funniest stand up comic alive in my opinion. "
Aug 5, 2013
Jack Bauer replied to Andrew Mousouris's discussion Manly Comedians
"Very much so. JB"
Aug 5, 2013
Steve Dallas replied to Andrew Mousouris's discussion Manly Comedians
"Um, the Beatless ARE overrated"
Aug 5, 2013
Steve Dallas replied to Andrew Mousouris's discussion Manly Comedians
"Once again, you are too young to appreciate what Clay introduced. Yes it was a schtick, and it was one that was loved. He brought back chauvinism right when being a man was being considered a downfall. Men having to learn to cry was on every tv show…"
Aug 5, 2013
Andrew Mousouris replied to Andrew Mousouris's discussion Manly Comedians
"Replace?  I'd just add him!"
Aug 5, 2013
Andrew Mousouris replied to Andrew Mousouris's discussion Manly Comedians
"Well that's like saying the Beatles are overrated.  Maybe you don't like his comedy, but you can't deny his impact on the business.  This was a man who carried around his moleskin, wrote nearly every idea he had…"
Aug 5, 2013
Jack Bauer replied to Andrew Mousouris's discussion Manly Comedians
"I was going to mention Bill Burr.  Looks like you beat me to it. Jeff Dunham is both unique, and very funny. Rodney Carrington is definitely worth a look. I like the remaining 3 of the Blue Collar group, as well.  Larry the Cable Guy is…"
Aug 5, 2013
Andrew Mousouris replied to Andrew Mousouris's discussion Manly Comedians
"Clay is exempt from the list because his comedy was a gimmick based on excessive swearing and chauvinism - I don't really consider him manly, moreso douchebaggy.  My pops loves Clay so I've had my fair share of exposure to him,…"
Aug 5, 2013
Andrew Mousouris replied to Andrew Mousouris's discussion Manly Comedians
"No, definitely, Brian Regan is awesome - he's a solid professional who has been in the business for a minute now.  I've seen'm live quite a bit."
Aug 5, 2013
Andrew Mousouris replied to Andrew Mousouris's discussion Manly Comedians
"Dennis Leary stole jokes from Louis C.K.  I can't respect that."
Aug 5, 2013

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