@Hellabaloo, Yes the book was placed there by the picture taker (as shown by the book adjacent to it being written by Brown) but does it really matter? Odds are most of the things we see on the Internet are either false or planned out ahead of time? Does it make them less funny? Does comedy rely on outstanding odds and being able to somehow capture it before it goes away? To me it doesnt matter, because even though this has the high chance of being fake, I still got a laugh out of it.
@Good Guy Satan, I don't know about you, but when I believe something happened naturally I do find more humor in it. I'm not saying this falls short, but if I believed they stocked the shelves like that it would be that much funnier to me.
@GunSupporter, I get that; Comedy is all about timing. But nonetheless not everything will be perfect- a lot of humor we find funny has been planned out ahead of time. It doesn't mean these things are not funny, it just means that they are not random. If we were to subject everything to being funny only if it's unintentional then do we discount comedians who plan out their jokes ahead of time? Do we discredit sitcoms for literally writing their own dialogs? A joke should not be subjected to whether or not it was random but rather be judged on its comedic value
@Good Guy Satan, I dunno, I just feel like it would be funnier if he said "Workers put this book in the wrong place, decided to help them out." Or something among those lines
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Joel Osteen preys on the less fortunate but then preaches how we need to help the less fortunate by not letting people into his mega church while Houston turned into a swimming pool...Praise god?
Staged photo looks staged.
@iOS10, you're the narrator from CinemaSins, right? Confess! 😉
@Suicide Squad Sucks, shhhhh
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