Honestly, sometimes I get really fed up of my subconscious - it's like it's got a mind of its own.
If you travel to the States... they have a lot of different words than like what we use. For instance: they say 'elevator', we say 'lift'; they say 'drapes', we say 'curtains'; they say 'president', we say 'seriously deranged git.'
People are more violently opposed to fur than leather because it's safer to harass rich women than motorcycle gangs.
This is the band Radical Posture, and my name is Alexei Yuri Gagarin Siege of Stalingrad Glorious Five-Year Plan Sputnik Pravda Moscow Dynamo Back Four Balowski. Me Dad was a bit of a Communist, know what I mean?
Americans have different ways of saying things. They say 'elevator', we say 'lift'... they say 'President', we say 'stupid psychopathic git.
There's a part of me that still hates everything, and my natural view default setting is still very cynical and dark
Yuri Gagarin, the first man in space, may have had his charms, but he really couldn't be considered hip.
A lot of those comics can't hold down relationships and they've got no other life apart from performing. They sleep in their Jags and a lot of them can't even talk. All they can do is tell gags.
Even a blind dog can find a bone every so often.
Israel is the Jimmy Saville of nation states,
I feel sorry for many politicians we expect them to be completely consistent and moralised when we're not.
If I won the lottery I'd start a charity that helped little family hardware stores, cobblers and fruit shops open in city centres.
I think that my ideas of the world are that it's random and cruel but kind of quite comical really, and therefore the humour, in a sense, springs from that.
If sitcoms were easy to write, there'd be a lot of good ones, and there aren't.
I have a lot of nice Italian winter clothes that make me look like a sophisticated Lebanese professor, so my friend Robert and I go around pretending to be experts in Arabic politics. It doesn't work in the summer though. I don't have the right clothes.
People used to think I was just a shouty comic but I was doing stuff about Sartre.
It seems easier to make a career out of comedy now than it was in the 1980s.
Everyone I used to work with is still alive and can afford expensive lawyers.
Most of the Communists I knew were nice people.
People aren't universally heroic.
I've been going to Granada for many years and 12 years ago bought a house a few miles outside the city.
It always seemed to be a constant that my parents were political.
However, my problems with my memory are further complicated by the fact that while I don't have any recollection of things I have actually done, I have very vivid recollections of loads of things that I haven't done.
As a comic, you try something and if it works you go with it and grind it to death.
First off, I have to mention what is undoubtedly the greatest phenomenon of the modern era: All You Can Eat Buffets.
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