Jim Breuer Cracks on Covid in Today's Wacked-out World | Beaufort County Now | Jim Breuer may be best known to most as the uniquely funny cast member, who did funny voices and hilarious sounds, on "Saturday Night Live" back when "Saturday Night Live" was funny.

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    Jim Breuer may be best known to most as the uniquely funny cast member, who did funny voices and hilarious sounds, on "Saturday Night Live" back when "Saturday Night Live (SNL)" was funny. Actually, Comedian Breuer may have been a member of one of the funniest ensembles ever assembled on SNL, with fellow cast members like: Will Ferrell, Darrell Hammond, Norm Macdonald, Mark McKinney, Tim Meadows, Cheri Oteri mixing it up, making us laugh.

    After leaving Saturday Night Live in 1998, Jim starred in the cult classic film "Half Baked", kept doing stand up comedy, then tried his hand at radio "talk show", while continuing his standup routine until today, honing his act to include the issues of the day, while keeping it clean. These days, Jim is mining humor using the relevant subject of Covid as a his magnificently fluid muse.

Jim Breuer is a guest on "Tucker" here, where they discuss the comedian's intractable position regarding the Age of Covid, where Jim now withdraws from playing any dates where the "Unvaccinated" are excluded from being present for his act: Below.

    These vignette's offered below are comedy gold, mined from this Age of Covid, which has been inarguably weird, and, therefore, a darkly funny time in the history of this "free" Republic. When I saw these Breuer nuggets, I laughed until I almost passed out from the unsuspected hilarity in this dark age, regarding this incredible subject - Covid. It could just be that I may have a very weird sense of humor, but Breuer is genuinely hilarious in a time when I find most comedians lacking in originality, and deficient in raw humor - the quality to make me laugh.

Segment One - You Risked Your Life to Be Here: Below

Segment Two - "We're All in this Together" Squawks the Parrot: Below

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( December 2nd, 2021 @ 6:38 am )
Thanks for the comment Jann. It incentivized me to make some necessary corrections.

Jim is one of the very few comedians that I would pay to see.
Jann said:
( December 1st, 2021 @ 8:50 pm )
Thanks for sharing! So funny but true. Have a whole new respect for him now.

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