His diatribes on religion are hilarious. He actually has an autobiography, from which I quote:
I'm happy to tell you there is very little in this world that I believe in. Listening to the comedians who comment on political, social, and cultural issues, I notice most of their material reflects an underlying belief that somehow things were better once and that with just a little effort we could set them right again.
(...) I don't feel so confined. I frankly don't give a fuck how it all turns out in this country - or anywhere else, for that matter. I think the human game was up a long time ago (when the high priests and traders took over), and now we're just playing out the string. And that is, of course, precisely what I find so amusing (...) The decay and disintegration of this culture is astonishingly amusing if you are emotionally detached from it.
(...) I enjoy describing how things are, I have no interest in how they "ought to be". And I certainly have no interest in fixing them. I sincerely believe that if you think there's a solution, you're part of the problem. My motto: Fuck Hope!
Listening to him, sometimes I don't know to laugh or-? Some of his jokes are crude, but life can be that, too.
For five minutes of saturday humor, just google funny signs :)
Keaton Simons - beautiful pain