God’s everywhere, but I gotta go down there to see him? And he’s mad at me down there, and I owe you money? Just be like, 'Dude, just go do everything you ever dreamed of doing. Because, in the unlikely event that we're both on the Titanic and it starts to sink, for some reason, you get to leave with the kids and I have to stay - that's why I get the dollar more an hour. They should just sedate those people, drop 'em off in Afghanistan, just let them run wild. In fact, it's highly uncommon to remain unmarried throughout one's life.Most of the guys writing in this thread were the product of a relationship within a marriage.And risk is something you get used to desling with in a career like comedy. One of his closest friends (the comedian Patrice O'Neal) died a couple of years ago. In case anyone thinks I'm lying about that sweet, sweet pussy... She's been on shows that Patrice speaks on, and she seems pretty realistic and down-to-earth.So he seems to have the attitude of just saying 'Fuck it - I wanna' settle down - let's see how it goes'. Particularly without the pre-nup (which he said he won't be getting). I get the idea that she does respect BB, since she'll protest a point he makes, but then he does his usual Bill Burr thing, and then she concedes that he is, indeed, correct. Bill Bur hasn't fully swallowed the red pill, and this move shows his unwillingness to. Unless a comedian really hits THE BIG TIME (i.e., they transfer to starring movie roles or land a talk show like Jim Carrey, Chris Rock, Steve Martin, Kevin Hart, Conan, Craig Ferguson, Letterman, Leno, etc.), they really aren't wealthy or famous. has been at it for well over a decade, and though he has recognition, his highest status project is a late-night sitcom.I hope he does't start turning his entire schtick into his take on marriage now. He's not my favorite comic but he's pretty up there (see Let It Go).I don't really get the dudes ITT who seem to have a problem with him choosing to get married. I've heard some guys complain about black chicks being loud or whatever, but overall, African American isn't the demographic I usually think of when I think of spoiled chicks marrying successful dudes just to divorce and get half the money.
We have an entire culture of women that are absolutely convinced they have a right to do anything they want to do, and a culture of men ready to give them more than just a pass.Comedian Bill Burr is a favorite with many in this crowd, including myself.His shtick is straight up red pill, and he tackles really tough subjects from an unpopular (read: honest) angle, like domestic violence.It's kind of secret, but he finally fessed up to it in a recent podcast. I heard him mention he would on a radio show awhile ago. If I get fucked over, then so be it.' He knew it would be a risky decision. He knows the risks - and he won't be butthurt if it doesn't work out. Marrying a successful man with no pre-nup, with money, and lots of potential for alimony later on after the divorce. His material deals more with calling women and society in general on it's bullshit but not actively gaming the system like Patrice or the guys here try to do. I can't call you a racist because if a bitch was purple and rocking a fine ass body, you'd probably fuck the color outta her too.As much as I love the guy to death, and think his red-pill credentials are rock-solid (and also claim credit for mentioning him to the forum first), he occasionally does somewhat blue-pill stuff (e.g., calling dudes who date younger girls "creepy"). Evidence (@) Including this because I know someone else would embed the wrong picture that's floating around the Internet. He was like - 'Fuck it - I'm gonna' get married at some point. But he is a comedian - so he seemed to accept the deal as being another risk you have to take on board in life. That seems better than those guys who literally think the earth has more chance of ending than of their marriage ever breaking up. Still think the guy is funny as shit and got the chance to see him live recently but he was never really in complete alignment with the stuff this forum and it's constituents espouse. She must be doing something right with her mouth or hips if he wants to marry her. I listen to his podcast on occasion, which Nia sometimes accompanies him on.
As for the chick on his arm, if that's what makes him happy, so be it. He's getting very popular these days, once he's yesterday's news (I'll call dane cook as a comparison) I think he'll also be getting divorced.