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Some Days Before On ‘tosh.0,’ Daniel Tosh Met Up With Paul ‘hungry Bear’ Vasquez,


Some days before On “Tosh.0,” Daniel Tosh met up with Paul “Hungry Bear” Vasquez, better known as the “Double Rainbow” guy. Tosh got Hungry Bear to talk about his life in the wilderness he lives on just $5,000 a yea, he even swore that he wasn’t on drugs when he made the infamous video. To see the world through Hungry Bear’s eyes, Tosh downed some “magic mushrooms” and the pair followed an awe-inspiring quadruple rainbow through the forest. When you see where the rainbow ends, you too will be asking “what does this mean?”. Tosh.0 is a running commentary on hot videos making the rounds via the Internet, but Tosh also comments on small screen series and other cultural phenomenon. Courtesy of CC. the famous singing program American Idol had it coming from Daniel Tosh, the Comedy Central Internet policeman who features the most talked up viral videos and lays in his commentary with interaction from some of the video stars he is lampooning. Tosh is the fair-haired lad currently at Comedy Central, killing in the ratings on his series Tosh.0 (Wednesdays, 10:30 ET/PT), as Season 2 averages over 2.5 million viewers this summer, the great news about the Daniel Tosh is that he is coming to Augusta. The Tosh National Stand-up Tour will be making a stop at the Bell Auditorium in Augusta on Thursday, Oct. 14. You have seen his hilarious show, Tosh.0 on Comedy Central and laughed so hard, your beer has squirted out your nose. Now, see the man, in person, here in Augusta.
The legendary icon Daniel Tosh is to 2010 what Dane Cook was a few years ago. He is one of, if not the most famous comedians right now. This is mostly in part thanks to his show on Comedy Central, “Tosh.0,” in which he features viral internet videos and puts his own humorous twist on them. The great comedian Tosh will be performing two shows in St. Louis at the Pageant on Oct. 6, one at 7:30 p.m. and one at 10:30 p.m. we would encourage to all our customers to get tickets fast, as he is sure to sell out both. To some, the idea of University of Maine Student Entertainment putting on two high-profile hip-hop concerts back to back may seem ludicrous. But on Nov. 9, none other than Ludacris himself will be in the Alfond Arena, riding the success of The Roots concert last semester in the Field House. The concert is just one of two events confirmed by Student Entertainment for this year. The super Comedian Daniel Tosh will be performing in the Collins Center for the Arts Oct. 28 as part of a 60-city tour. Toshs honest, sarcastic approach to comedy has garnered quite a bit of attention in his realm. His Comedy Central show took down both The Daily Show and The Colbert Report in ratings, according to a report. Nabozny said the comedian matches the college demographic perfectly. Do not wait come and get tickets from our site and enjoy the performance of Tosh live. Get your Cheap Daniel Tosh Tickets

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