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It’s pretty damn funny. I especially like the part where Ali G connects being bilingual with bisexuality. Chomsky doesn’t even flinch.
[Courtesy Andrew Sullivan]
Bette Midler used to use that bilingual / bisexual joke in her stage act back in the seventies.
Taking the righteous down a large notch. Cohen is a riot. Unfortunately, too many know who he is now, so he can’t interview much anymore.
The best line is when Ali G asks him what it means if a person is “cunnilingual” — that actually provoked quite a chuckle from Chomsky.
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