Oct 17, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger
Canadian comedian Jeremy Hotz doesn't feel so alone in his misery anymore.
The standup veteran, who's famed for an anguished act in which he complains about life while holding his right hand over half of his face to appear distressed, says gloom is very "in vogue" these days ...
A lot of his act is funny.....some is vulgar and bellow the belt stuff you wouldn't take you family to.
Its a shame there are no clean comics anymore,their inner decay is manifested in their acts.
I talked to Jeremy Hotz 2 years ago and told him he would be just as funny without using filthy language and vulgar below belt humor.
He's really IS miserable,he's a sour, contemptuous, sarcastic, rebellious, warped man,typical of so many entertainers.
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