When I look back now I realize I was such an obnoxious kid but, you know, I went to schools like you, like a public school in New York so compared to the anarchy that was going on there, they really wouldn't - I wasn't like a bad kid. I saw people come in and punch the teachers.
Colin Quinn Quotes and Jokes
People say history is boring, and that is true because people are boring. We haven't changed since time began. We're still the same.
Twitter is one of those dangerous toys that if it gets in the hands of the wrong person you'll have the mind of a 12-year-old masquerading as an adult.
I don't know any comedian who tailors his act to his audience. Maybe people say they do, but I can't even imagine them.
You know, the funny thing about Lorne and that show is that, you can go over one million things, but in a business of bean counters, he still likes to laugh at small things and creates a show around it.
So instead of talking about theoretical ways of ending the war and violence, I say that we have to get rid of the individual asholes in each office and situation.
People's - most people's job is talking about the future or like money not even in the present tense. It's not even paper.
My stand-up act? I combine the fact that the world is a violent place with the fact that each person is responsible for the situation they are in.
Marie Antoinette was funny, I'm sure she was just misinterpreted. You know the 'Let them eat cake' line. She seems like she was kind of funny, like a Chelsea Handler or Kathy Griffin type.
I'm quietly becoming New York's premiere actor. People don't understand. They have me pigeon-holed as a comedian.
I love people, I love studying people more than history. So whatever situation I see, then I look at, what were the people like, more than history itself.
I feel most empires fell when they started to act human, but then look at Russia. They kept a pretty strong hand, and they fell from Afghanistan alone because Afghanistan is the graveyard of empires. I guess you just can't sustain it.
For the most part, comedians are pretty friendly with each other. They always say they badmouth each other, but most of the time, they're friends. We're the only ones that can really stand our type of humor.