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Comedian Louis C.K. on Our Ingratitude and Impatience

Comedian Louis C.K. on Our Ingratitude and Impatience

Editor's Note: The video for this illustration contains some objectionable words. This edited transcript has deleted or revised any offensive content.

The sometimes vulgar comedian known as Louis C.K. did a routine that starts with the line, "Everything's amazing right now, but nobody's happy." It obviously struck a chord with people—as of November 2011 the clip had over 4 million views. Here's what he said to poke fun at our ingratitude and impatience:

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Gary Young

November 23, 2011  7:43pm

How mindful need we all be that we are incredibly blessed! At most any time in our lives, things are exponentially better than what we are bemoaning. In everything Give Thanks for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you. 1 Thess. 5:18

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Gerald Brush

November 14, 2011  7:03pm

He makes some really good points!

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