Comedian Norm MacDonald was on the phone to explain a story that Howard read the other day. Norm was performing his stand-up routine at some college out in Iowa when most of the audience walked out because of the profanity he was using. Norm explained how sometimes his act is clean and sometimes it's dirty and this time it was dirty. He said that about 1800 of the 2000 people that were there walked out during the act. The other 200 were enjoying the material he was doing. He said that one of the things he talked about was seeing a woman making love to a pig in a movie. Howard asked him what part of the act the people hated the most. Norm said that it was when he was talking about how guys will wait until their wives are asleep until they masturbate. At one point in the show Norm said he heard a guy say to his wife ''..get your coat..'' That's how bad it was. Norm blames the whole thing on his agent because the guy didn't tell Norm that there were kids in the audience. He also said that he's not going to apologize for what he did.
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Norman Brown est un guitariste et chanteur de jazz américain né le 18 décembre 1963 à Kansas City dans le Missouri. Il est également membre du supergroupe BWB aux côtés du trompettiste Rick Braun et du saxophoniste Kirk Whalum. Son style est assimilé au soul jazz et au smooth jazz et sa façon de jouer très octavée est clairement influencée par le jeu de Wes Montgomery, Grant Green et surtout George Benson, dont certains le considèrent comme son digne héritier du fait de son style funky accessible qui oscille entre morceaux instrumentaux et chantés, avec souvent ce scat doublant les mélodies de sa guitare si cher à Benson. Dans les années 90, ce fut l'une des figures du label MoJazz, la filière jazz de Motown aujourd'hui disparue. Aujourd'hui adepte d'un style plus marqué par le R&B contemporain, il a reçu un Grammy Award en 2003 pour son album "Just Chillin'".