So we just saw Gary Gulman earlier tonight. We've been fans of his for what seems like centuries, ever since his initial appearances on Last Comic Standing. [spoiler alert - I'm about to ruin a joke] Hooked ever since his quip that what he wants for Hanukkah is Christmas. Genius. When I see that he was the comedian heckled by Joaquin Phoenix's Arthur Fleck in Joker I could not believe it. And his HBO entry, "The Great Depresh", was remarkable for its combination of depth and humor.
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So now he launches into this bit about UFOs and IFOs and FOs and flying saucers, and he's remarking that, notwithstanding the talent of aliens to travel across the galaxy, they can't seem to do better with their flying saucers than slowly descending ramps. He then noted that, well, the ramps are ADA-compliant.
So he's an ADA expert, too! Who knew? I mean, I knew he was worldly and smart (so many grammar jokes; right up my alley), but . . . the ADA?!? Cool.