- Suzanne Black
- 20 August 2009
This article is from 2009.
The story of one man and his fly, or rather one fly and his stand-up comedian. Rich Hall, the Montana miserablist best known for his splenetic ranting and copious appearances on UK TV panel shows was beset by an insect (possibly a fly) for the duration of his show. Despite applying his brand of cynicism to Kanye West's literary efforts, President Obama's hope and Snoop Dogg's charity work in his well-loved irascible, undermining way, he (understandably) lost control of what would normally be escalating streams of invective when besieged by the winged creature. (Incidentally, Insect Monthly gave the fly four stars and noted that it had set the world of insect entertainers abuzz.)
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