Penn Jillette: Why Celebrity Apprentice Sucks Away Your Willpower

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  1. sfsn kali

    sfsn kali Well-Known Member

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    [video=youtube_share;JOLbgDg70nA]http://youtu.be/JOLbgDg70nA[/video]

    really fascinating reaction to his Experience.
     
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    itpdude New Member

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    A little off-topic from the subject (which Penn interestingly presents here), but Penn touches his face A LOT.

    Don't know what that means, but yeah.
     
  3. Ice Hole

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    I've gotten into his podcast lately. Check out his Billy West interview.
     
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    Holy shit that was a ponderously rambling banal bit of nonsense. He really enjoys coming off as an intellectual when his diatribes are tantamount to nothing.....
     
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    He is an arrogant prick, for sure. An unhappy one, to boot.
     
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    Generally speaking, the guy bugs me to no end. Total blowhard. But I agree with the above poster — any fan of the Billy West days should check out the recent interview he did with Billy on his podcast.
     
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    anybody that made it thro those 6 minutes needs therapy, a job & a life....wtf?:facepalm:
     
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    Box of Rox Turgid member VIP

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    i enjoyed the OP's post (although Penn will take forever to make a fucking point). I Think I may read the book
     
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    • The Nose Touch - In essence, the nose touch gesture is a sophisticated, disguised version of the mouth guard gesture. It may consist of several light rubs below the nose or it may be one quick, almost imperceptible touch. Like the mouth guard gesture, it can be used both by the speaker to disguise his own deceit and by the listener who doubts the speaker�s words.
    • The Eye Rub - 'See no evil' says the wise monkey, and this gesture is the brain's attempt to block out the deceit, doubt or lie that it sees or to avoid having to look at the face of the person to whom he is telling the lie. Men usually rub their eyes vigorously and if the lie is a big one they will often look away, normally towards the floor. Women use a small, gentle rubbing motion just below the eye, either because they have been brought up to avoid making robust gestures, or to avoid smudging make-up. They also avoid a listener�s gaze by looking at the ceiling.