Nose Broken For Bad Obama Joke?

Arabian comedian Ramzy Sweis tells us the Barack Obama joke that got him decked in the face by a lady in the audience at one of his shows.

Ramzy Sweis is known as the comedian who never repeats a single joke! Here is a different type of comedian than you might expect, but he could possibly be one of the most important comedians of our time? He did compare himself to Andy Kaufman, so there’s that.

If you approach Ramzy’s comedy while thinking of the great Andy Kaufman, it makes a little more sense. Ramzy wants to make people laugh & he does it in almost a strange way. But he’s a real lovable guy, the hackneyed one-liners bit he does draws genuine laughs just from the sheer absurdity of it all.

Here’s a guy, an Arabian comic, who stands & starts telling jokes about terrorists & Barack Obama, and his jokes made one woman so angry that she left her seat in the audience & physically attacked the pioneer. See the video below, Ramzy bleeding from the lady punching him in the face.

Nose Broken For Bad Obama Joke?

2014 Yamaha Grizzly 700 FI First Look

Yamaha has announced improvements and upgrades to the 2014 Grizzly 700 FI for better handling, increased power and improved Electronic Power Steering feel. The Grizzly has been a stalwart in the 650-799cc ATV class for years and has enjoyed a reputation for being reliable, tough and easy to handle. While the list of changes to the 700 is not long, it is significant in scope.

Starting with the chassis, Yamaha has given the Grizzly 700 FI a wider stance for more stability and better suspension performance. This was achieved by fitting 60mm longer a-arms to the current frame. Up front, 66.6mm longer front shocks stroke through 19.8mm more travel and have progressive spring rates that are initially softer than the 2013 model but are stiffer at the end of the travel. On the rear, the shocks are now 38.9mm longer, have an additional 9.9mm of stroke and also feature progressive spring rates. Overall this gives the Grizzly a new-found comfort while maintaining the great handling it is known for.

With the longer front a-arms came a need to revise the steering geometry. A new pitman arm lightens the steering effort for enhanced rider comfort and less kickback to the bars. On the EPS model the power steering now has increased assist in certain situations dependent on torque, vehicle speed and handlebar speed. This creates a steering system that is light but still has a direct connection between the rider and the wheels.