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In habiliteerde hij aan de Universiteit van Leipzig. Vanaf was hij tevens hoofd van de plaatselijke sterrenwacht. Zijn puntdichten werden in eerst nog zonder zijn toestemming in Giessen uitgegeven. Zij vielen op door hun bijtende humor en scherpe ironie over verschillende publieke persoonlijkheden. Het zal niet verbazen dat deze puntdichten hem op veel kritiek kwamen te staan. Uit Wikipedia, de vrije encyclopedie. Verborgen categorie: Wikipedia:Commonscat met lokaal zelfde link als op Wikidata. Naamruimten Artikel Overleg. Weergaven Lezen Bewerken Geschiedenis.

Everyone here is from somewhere else. There's much less chance of playing that old family game. Here's the sad thing, in my little Texas community.

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I'm practically related to everyone. I gotta move out of here. Thanks for stopping by, Wesman, and the 'great tribute' comment. The film, "Back to School" with Rodney was in the same league as "Caddyshack. Good luck on your marriage plans - Kentucky or West Virginia would probably be fertile stamping grounds. You gave me an opening, you know, for one of my favorite 'hill-William" jokes. Seems this bridegroom comes home to his daddy crying that his bride is a virgin and he wants to annul the marriage.

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His father consoles him saying, "You're absolutely right, son. If she wasn't good enough for her folks then she isn't good enough for you. I think that "Caddyshack". Hey, it's my goal to marry a woman thirty years younger than me, so I'd have to move to somewhere like Kentucky, and wait another nine years. What a treat, Ghost, to be able to supply some of Rodney's one-liners that may be new to you. He was one of the greatest at ad-libbing these gems in front of a live audience.

I saw him once in Vegas. He followed in the footsteps of one of the other greats when it came to ad hoc one-liners - see "Tribute to Henny Youngman," and tell me if you agree. Would've sworn I'd heard every RD one-liner he ever uttered, but no! Not the gettin' fed with a slingshot one OR the children's zoo. I'm a lifetime fan of standup comedy, and Rodney's stuff was part of the pack of CDs I used to carry in the cab with me as a long haul truck driver working impossible hours as all such drivers do. Kept me awake and therefore alive for many a mile.

Hi, Micky. With three funny one-liners in quick succession like that, you're a natural. You ought to go on the stage. Do I hear Vegas calling? I get no respect drbj! If I was a politician I would be honest. Rodney was one funny fellow. And you are right on the mark - laughing relieves stress and it IS healthy for you.

No thanks necessary. It is my pleasure to share. Here's hoping that is stress-free for you and you have a very Happy, Healthy New Year! Excellent hub on Rodney. Made me laugh. Laughing is heathy for you.

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Thank you for sharring with us. Thank you, luabu, for discovering this tribute to Rodney - he was one of my favorites, too. His timing was superb and his supply of one-liners unlimited. Hi, attemptedhumour, nice to meet you. Delighted you found me and my Rodney hub. Since you appear to have a fine sense of humor, take a look at my Tribute to Henny Youngman - he was also a master of the one-liner, and you will appreciate his quips, too. Cheers backatcha, mate. You are right on the mark, Alex - clever like your dad.

Rodney was a great talent both as an actor and a rapid-fire, one-liner comedian. Thank you for the thanks - it was entirely my pleasure. Being English and now living in Australia i don't really know Rodney Dangerfield Anyone with a sense of humour would love those one liners though and i enjoyed finding out about him Cheers mate. Rodney's performance in Natural Born killers was incredible. Great talent. Thanks for a great hub :. Thank you, datahound. I knew you would appreciate this hub because we share an admiration for Rodney.

One of the reasons he was so funny with Johnny Carson is they were both very witty and creative and didn't need written material or teleprompters to be funny! Another great hub. Rodney was just about the best out there.

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  8. I loved him on the Tonight Show with Carson. He would do his monologue, then sit next to Johnny and that's when things would really start getting funny. A real talent he is missed. Thanks for the reminder. How about: "My family was so poor my little brother wore my grandad's old pants -- had to unzip his fly to blow his nose. Thanks for the laugh. Thank you, katie, for stopping by. Happy to know you are also a Rodney fan. His one-liners are priceless and never fail to make me laugh when I re-read them.

    What a delight, thanks for bringing Rodney Dangerfield the prince of one liners to us. I enjoyed him and all the great laughs. Hey, cm, you are a true fan. I miss him and his rapid-fire jokes, too. He was a very special comic. Thanks for the rerun. Delighted you appreciated Rodney, too. He was one of the funniest. And if you ever had seen him in person, you would marvel at the way he fired off those one-liners, one after the other.

    Each one funnier than the last. Thanks for the visit. I cryed laughing; he was more than funny, but for you to write this hub and put together all those jokes loved the Viagra one and the praying after eating dinner the best - you are just as great. Poor guy may not have gotten much respect, but you diserve a lot of respect.

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    Thank you!!!! I saw him once in a nightclub and the audience wouldn't let him off the stage - we all had stomach aches from laughing so much and so hard. He told me that he was looking forward to being honored by this tribute hub of yours Thanks, sgfr. May I call you "schoolgirl" for short? Delighted you enjoyed this hub - I enjoyed doing the research and the writing as well.

    May one day do a tribute to Carlin, too. His wit is unmatched. I really like this hub, nice job! It really appeals to me! Rodney was always complaining about not getting any "respect" but truth was, millions of people who saw his films and nightclub act loved his brand of humor.

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    I agree with you "I very much enjoyed this hilarious Hub. I was long a fan of Dangerfield and Caddyshack is still one of my favorite films. Thank you very mcuh for this pleasure. You are most welcome, Ivorwen. Happy I could provide a laugh - something it appears we all need a lot more of these days. Hi, niteriter. As a "tireless truth sleuth" and thanks for the alliterative kudo, I have a suggestion for you. Since the name, Jacob Cohen, may not work for you, why not change your name to Benjamin Kubelsky? Then you can put a claim on all Jack Benny's funny material. One caveat though, you may have to learn to play a screechy "Love in Bloom" on the violin.

    Thanks to projects like this one, Rodney Dangerfield will never be forgotten. And thanks to tireless truth sleuths such as your dedicated self, Jacob Cohen has a chance at eternal life as well. Which is too bad. I'd been planning to change my name to Jacob Cohen and claim all Rodney's jokes as my own. We have a lot in common, James. You're a fan of Rodney and I'm a fan of yours. And the pleasure is all mine. I very much enjoyed this hilarious Hub. Thank you, jsantos, for your visit and the kind words. I always look forward to your perceptive comments.

    Thanks for the visit, Marco. When it comes to funny one-liners, I think Rodney and Henny Youngman are among the funniest comedians who ever lived. Welcome, carolina muscle, and thanks for the accolade. Rodney was one of my favorites, too. Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners. HubPages and Hubbers authors may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others. HubPages Inc, a part of Maven Inc.

    As a user in the EEA, your approval is needed on a few things. To provide a better website experience, reelrundown. Please choose which areas of our service you consent to our doing so. Childhood Jokes. When I was a kid, my parents moved a lot. But I always found them. I was an ugly kid when I was born. After the doctor cut the cord … he hung himself. I could tell that my parents hated me.

    My bath toys were a toaster and a radio. I was so ugly my mother used to feed me with a sling shot. My old man never liked me. He gave me my allowance in traveler's checks. My father carries around the picture of the kid who came with his wallet. My uncle's dying wish - he wanted me on his lap. He was in the electric chair.

    Wife Jokes. I tell ya, my wife's a lousy cook. After dinner, I don't brush my teeth. I count them. I tell ya, my wife likes to talk during sex. Last night, she called me from a motel. One time I went into a hotel, I asked the bellhop to handle my bag - he felt up my wife. My wife says no because she's tired, then stays up and reads a book. My wife has to be the worst cook. In my house, we pray after we eat. Boy, is my wife stupid.

    It takes her an hour and a half to watch 60 Minutes. Dog Jokes. What a dog I got, his favorite bone is in my arm. Some dog I got. We call him Egypt.

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    Because in every room, he leaves a pyramid. What a dog I got. Last night he went on the paper four times - three while I was reading it. I looked up my family tree and found three dogs using it. Medical Jokes. I met the surgeon general - he offered me a cigarette. I told my dentist my teeth are going yellow. He told me to wear a brown tie. I drink too much. The last time I gave a urine sample it had an olive in it. I told my doctor I broke my arm in two places. He told me to keep out of those places. Sex Jokes.

    When my old man wanted sex, my mother would show him a picture of me. I saved a girl from being attacked last night. I controlled myself. A hooker once told me she had a headache. She was so fat that when guys have sex with her they ask for directions. She was so ugly that she was known as a two bagger, one for you in case her bag breaks.

    Miscellaneous Jokes. I found there was only one way to look thin, hang out with fat people. I like to date schoolteachers. If you do something wrong, they make you do it over again. I live in a tough neighborhood. They got a children's zoo. Last week, four kids escaped. I put my hand in some cement and felt another hand. I looked up my family tree and found out I was the sap.

    I went to a fight the other night, and a hockey game broke out. I worked in a pet store and people would ask how big I would get. My cousin is gay; he went to London only to find out that Big Ben was a clock. On Halloween, the parents sent their kids out looking like me. This morning when I put on my underwear I could hear the fruit-of-the-loom guys laughing at me. I come from a stupid family. During the civil war my great uncle fought for the west.