Starting the week-end a little early.
Regular followers of Learning from Dogs know that I try and offer something more gentle and light-hearted for the week-end. But yesterday afternoon amid all the hustle and bustle of things, the telephone cable was cut to add to our sensation of being cut off from the outside world. (If you are new to this theme then drop in here for further explanation.) Somehow finding the time to offer you a post of substance for today became too challenging.
We recently watched a comedian by the name of Reggie Watts appearing on BBC television and laughed our sides off. But Mr. Watts is not your average comedian. Wikipedia describes him thus:
Reggie Watts (born March 23, 1972 in Stuttgart, Germany) is a Brooklyn-based comedian and musician. His shows are mostly improvised and consist of stream of consciousness stand-up in various shifting personae, mixed with loop pedal-based a cappella compositions. He performs regularly on television, radio, and in live theater. His comic skills come into play in improvisational performance, as well as performance of written music. Watts currently appears as the sidekick on the IFC talkshow Comedy Bang Bang, which began airing on June 8, 2012.
So enjoy the following, and have a lovely week-end! You will see how it all makes sense!