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  • there is something that does something interesting that happens when you typically when you speak a message directly and literally to a person that contradicts the current paradigm, the human ego, it's predictable, It just wants to defend like no, I'm not going to consider that, it doesn't want anything to change, that's human nature.

    有一些東西,做一些有趣的事情發生時,你通常當你說話的消息直接和字面上的一個人,與當前的範式相矛盾,人類的自我,這是可以預測的,它只是想捍衛像沒有,我不會考慮,它不希望任何改變,這就是人性。

  • And of course those who learn, they're willing to work through that, but that's a, the ego gets pretty defensive, but with that same message spoken not directly, but more package through the language of playfulness, playfulness to the ego, it doesn't look like there's anything to defend against because its playfulness, like that's the one thing you don't have to defend against.

    當然那些學習的人,他們願意通過這個工作,但是那是一個,自我會很防備,但是同樣的資訊不是直接說出來的,而是更多的通過玩樂的語言來包裝,玩樂對自我來說,看起來沒有什麼可防備的,因為它的玩樂,好像那是你不用防備的東西。

  • So I think just via that nature, a lot of times the messages and people share this with me, they'll get in into their mind and their heart for consideration.

    所以我覺得就通過這個性質,很多時候留言和大家分享這個事情,就會進入他們的腦海和心裡去考慮。

  • Whereas, you know, if someone is just screaming on the street corner, press the light, proselytizing to you like, hey, it's like I stopped listening before I even understand what they're saying.

    而你知道,如果有人只是尖叫 在街角,按燈,改變宗教信仰給你一樣, 嘿,這就像我停止聽 之前,我甚至不明白他們在說什麼。

  • So yeah, man, I'm grateful, but I'm, I'm able to share what I do the comedy and they have so many beautiful people around the world of all shapes and sizes wanna listen and value what I do.

    所以,是的,夥計,我很感激,但我,我能夠分享我做的喜劇,他們有這麼多美麗的人 世界各地的各種形狀和大小想聽,並重視我做什麼。

  • Very honored.

    非常榮幸。

  • I mean, so that's the essence of comedy, right?

    我的意思是,這就是喜劇的本質,對嗎?

  • You've gone deep on this as well, right?

    你也深陷其中了吧?

  • You must have started off thinking I like being funny, but then you and people resonate with it, but then you've obviously gone kind of deep on it yourself, right?

    你一開始肯定是覺得我喜歡搞笑,但後來你和大家產生了共鳴,但後來你自己顯然已經對它有了種深入的瞭解,對吧?

  • And saying, well why is this working and why are people doing this?

    還說,好吧,為什麼這樣做有效,為什麼人們要這樣做?

  • Right?

    對吧?

  • And you have done some work on this?

    你在這方面做了一些工作?

  • Yep, certainly, you know, like you mentioned, the comedy starts off with, let's just make people laugh.

    是的,當然,你知道,就像你說的,喜劇的開端是,讓我們只是讓人們笑。

  • And then as I grow and mature as a person, it's like no, making people laugh is secondary.

    然後隨著我這個人的成長和成熟,就覺得不行,讓別人笑是次要的。

  • The primary purpose is to help them in some way deliver a message for consideration, not to brainwash people.

    主要目的是幫助他們在某種程度上傳遞信息,供人考慮,而不是給人洗腦。

  • I want people to think my way, I want people to think in a bigger way than they currently are.

    我希望人們按照我的方式思考,我希望人們的思維方式比他們目前的思維方式更大。

  • So it becomes where comedy is just the vehicle to deliver something far more important than just comedy and and yeah, that that's what I've realized along the way.

    所以它變成了喜劇的載體,傳遞一些遠比喜劇更重要的東西,是的,這就是我一路走來所意識到的。

  • And yeah, I I love using having comedy just for the sake of making someone laugh.

    是啊,我我喜歡用有喜劇,只是為了讓別人笑。

  • I think that's worth it.

    我想這是值得的。

  • We all need more laughter, but I like to package it with something that I consider even more important than comedy and that's, you know, a message to help people embrace their heart and be true to themselves.

    我們都需要更多的歡笑,但我喜歡用一些我認為比喜劇更重要的東西來包裝它,那就是,你知道,一個資訊,幫助人們擁抱他們的內心,做真實的自己。

  • And, you know, some of the great, great comedians are known that way because they were creating some of the most poignant observations that connected with people, right?

    而且,你知道,一些偉大的,偉大的喜劇演員是已知的方式,因為他們創造了一些最尖銳的觀察,連接與人,對不對?

  • I mean Carlin and all these greats, I mean, you know, they were they've got people that may be really think about the lives they were living, the governments, they were in right, the freedoms or lack thereof.

    我的意思是卡林和所有這些偉大的,我的意思是,你知道,他們是 他們已經得到了人們,可能是真正的思考 關於他們的生活,政府,他們是在正確的, 自由或缺乏。

  • The stories they were being told about their religions, their place in society, right.

    他們被告知的故事,他們的宗教,他們的社會地位,對吧。

  • Um all of those things are being groundbreakingly questioned by comedians, you know, so you guys do some great stuff and like you said, also also laughter is a wonderful thing, but then also it can take it to another to other levels where I guess you do, you kind of get around that ego piece um and get people to really consider another point of view and hopefully we all kind of evolved that way.

    嗯所有這些事情都被喜劇演員提出了突破性的質疑,你知道,所以你們做了一些偉大的東西,就像你說的,也也是笑聲是一件美妙的事情,但隨後也可以把它帶到另一個到其他層面,我想你做的,你那種繞過自我的一塊嗯,讓人們真正考慮另一種觀點,希望我們都是那種進化的方式。

  • I think it's a point.

    我認為這是一個點。

  • Yeah, I think we're doing it.

    是的,我想我們正在做。

  • I think so.

    我想是的

  • Too many.

    太多了

  • You got me thinking I gotta I gotta get some comedy in my act, I don't have a comedic bone in my body, I mean like I laugh and stuff, but like, and I'm kind of funny with my kids, but you know when I have a point in my view, I always go I try to go through the front door of JP, which is why I need more people like you around me because like I'm like, go through the front door, let me tell you exactly.

    你讓我覺得我得... ...我得在我的行為中加入一些喜劇,我沒有一個喜劇骨子裡的東西,我的意思是,像我笑之類的東西,但就像,我有點搞笑與我的孩子,但你知道,當我有一個觀點,我總是去... ...我試圖通過JP的前門,這就是為什麼我需要更多的人喜歡你在我身邊,因為就像我一樣,通過前門,讓我告訴你到底。

  • I think this is the way we got to do it this way, but I mean, you know, having that conversation, that comedian conversation is an important thing, so yeah, I appreciate you doing that man, it's it's important and like it seems like your work is more important now than ever based on what's going on with you and the channel and sounds like you're stand up in, your shows are getting even more popular.

    我認為這是我們得到了這樣做的方式,但我的意思是,你知道,有這樣的對話,喜劇演員的對話是一個重要的事情,所以是的,我很欣賞你這樣做的人,這是它的重要,就像它看起來像你的工作比以往任何時候都更重要,基於什麼是你和管道,聽起來像你站起來,你的節目變得更加流行。

  • So look, man, congrats on all your success so far, and I'm wishing you more, and I want to come see you in Austin as well, so.

    所以,你看,夥計,恭喜你目前取得的所有成功,我希望你更多,我也想去奧斯汀看你,所以。

  • Mhm.

there is something that does something interesting that happens when you typically when you speak a message directly and literally to a person that contradicts the current paradigm, the human ego, it's predictable, It just wants to defend like no, I'm not going to consider that, it doesn't want anything to change, that's human nature.

有一些東西,做一些有趣的事情發生時,你通常當你說話的消息直接和字面上的一個人,與當前的範式相矛盾,人類的自我,這是可以預測的,它只是想捍衛像沒有,我不會考慮,它不希望任何改變,這就是人性。

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