Wanna let you know that rightaway, OK, because I don't
want to be buggedafter the show.
-The way to spot a male hooker,at least in San Francisco,
and I think it's true here, ifyou're coming down the street,
you see a guy standingup against a wall,
leaning against thewall with one leg
up like this leaning against thewall, means he's a male hooker.
If you're comingdown the street,
and you see a guy standingup against the wall,
and he has both legs up likethis, means it's Spiderman.
-Get his autograph becausehe's a huge celebrity
and he's imaginary.
Hey, you're Spiderman!
-[laughs] You don't exist.
I also- I was at- I wasat the zoo the other day.
And very panicky.
You know, the situationswhere you really don't know
how to act, you know,you're unsure of- of what
you're supposed to do.
I was at the zoofor the first time.
I'm looking at somethingcalled a lesser
kudu, which islike a fancy deer.
And I'm looking at this thingand I panic because I have
no idea, you know, how longI'm supposed to look at it,
you know, because I don't knowwhether I've got enough lesser
kudu enjoyment, Youknow what I mean?
-Like, I don't knowwhat I'm supposed
to- I don't haveenough information.
I don't know.
You know, and at one point,the thing stares at me,
like, it wants tostart something.
And I'll go--
- --a couple of rounds, man,because I can make a fist,
-And I was at the Modern today.
I'm looking at thispainting at the Modern.
It's blue, OK.It's real simple.
It's a big, blue square.
No shade of blue.
Just one- just one- just blue.
-And it's called Azul.
And this woman is staringat, like, a part of it.
You see what I'm saying.
She's looking at a part ofit, like, I don't get it.
Like, she's intimidating me.
Like, I don'tunderstand the painting.
-You know, like- like,she's better than me
all of the sudden.
Like, she's, oh, this part, youknow, this part is different.
You know, it's-so finally I just,
bam, you know, because I get it.
-Thank you guys very much.