Saturday, March 24, 2012

It’s time for a laugh, with Trevor Noah

The following video has bearing on an older posting: When Lightning Strikes Government!

In the following video Trevor Noah highlights President Jacob Zuma's unique oratory style.

In this video Trevor discusses corporal punishment at the school Oprah built in South Africa.

Trevor Noah’s official YouTube channel is here.


Anonymous said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

I see a few days later no one has commented. If I am correct is this guy now living in the USA. Mr. Cell C

Anonymous said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

Nothing worse than an unfunny comedian!

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@Anon 7:21 PM

On the contrary - Trevor is really good and I got a great laugh out of these vids.

I'm pleased Tia put them up for the sake of a bit of humour.

If you don't find him funny, then maybe you should be looking at yourself and not him.

What do you reckon?

Tia Mysoa said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

I must agree that he is not the funniest comedian, but he does have potential and a unique style of his own that still needs some polishing.

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