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Hello, Party People. Greg Proops is back in the good-ol'-boy U.S.A. and the jokes are served up fresh and funny. Very funny. So pull up your Barka lounger and settle in while Uncle Proops presents his 10 point plan for "Nothing to Fear". He's also weighing in on the likes of self-aggrandizing-blowhard-but-effective Michael Moore, and the richest con man this side of the Tigris, Ahmed Chalabi. In fact, when it comes to Chalabi, Proops says he's willing to hang with any any member of the Bush family in their natural habitat if he could just score Chalabi's paycheck. But, back to the real world, Proops will settle for some sort of explanation why the Iraqis can't just name their prisons something the president finds a wee bit easier to pronounce. Is it so much to ask? Proops is hilarious, sarcastic, and so dead-on in this dispatch, you'll be laughing, then crying, then laughing again for weeks to come. (Episode 37)

Explicit Language Warning: This program occasionally contains words the FCC wouldn't allow. If this type of language offends you, please consider yourself warned. In addition, you must be 18 years or older to purchase this program.

© 2004 Greg Proops

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