Back in 2010, Louis C.K. appeared on the Lopez Tonight show and shared a harrowing story, albeit in his typical laid back manner.
It’s a great example of his comedic style: a matter-of-fact, acceptance-of-the-situation awareness, wrapped in a sweaty, panicky body, stuck inside an exceptionally common situation suddenly turned awkward or heightened. In this case, it is heightened to the degree of life or death.
We also learn that gang signs aren’t all that intimidating when you don’t know them. A lesson to all the gangbangers out there: Marketing, guys. Build your brand.
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