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You should also check this article's talk page to see if the person who added this message left an explanation there. " That's why I admired that kid who spelled it wrong, on purpose, so he could sit down, you know? Brian Joseph Regan (born October 2, 1957) is an American stand-up comedian who uses observational, sarcastic, and self-deprecating humor. I'd be a lot better off, if I would've studied more, when I was growing up, you know? Spell a word wrong, sit down in front of your friends." Yeah, that's great for little egos: "Hey, look at me, I'm a moron! He knew he wasn't going to win, so why stand there for 3 hours? His performances are relatively clean as he refrains from profanity and off-color humor. But, you know, the day where it all went wrong, was the day they started the spelling bee. First round,'Cat' "K-A-T, I'm outta here." Then, as he passed you, "I know there's two 'T's! 'Cause up until that day, I was an idiot, but nobody else knew, you know? " I remember my teacher asked me, "Brian, what's the 'I before E' rule?
I think the worst day was the day the science project was due... "Well, explain it." Well, IT'S A CUP, WITH DIRT IN IT! You should move on now, you should go ahead, and move on. So, she goes to this one kid, there was this kid who made the same solar system, like, 19 years in a row, y'know... Yeah, I was thinkin' about that." "That was fun" "Yeah." I'm not talkin' about that. I'm talkin' about when there's one dog you know doin' a monologue like at three O'clock in the morning. I think they just go on the porch at that hour and just go, "Hey, it's nice and quiet. " (Barking noise) And right when you think he's done...(More barking noises) "What the hell's the matter with ya'? Like if some guy went on his porch at three O'clock in the morning. "HEY, HEY, HEY, HEY, HEY, HEY, HEY, HEY, HEY, HEY, HEY, HEY, HEY, HEY!!!! Because this is a courtroom drama, respecting the sacred role of the Rule of Law in safeguarding humanity, almost every scene, every line is a statement that Nazi Germany perverted the Rule of Law, as did the very defense of the war criminals.But what is principle on a small scale of a single man being judged by society becomes outrage when used to defend the indefensible on an impossibly massive scale.