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Jeff Dunham - Achmed the Dead Terrorist

Achmed the Dead Terrorist from Jeff Dunham's Comedy Central and new DVD, Spark Of Insanity.



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  1. CHECK OUT Jeff Dunham AND peanut, hilarious
    thx for the share man

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  2. And I've got to find a way to use that last line sometime. "I love bu...oh...you mean the president?" :)

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  3. My sister showed that to me a few days ago and ever since I've been going around saying SILENCE! I KILL YOU!!

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  4. I watched it sunday morning and then waisted so much time on watching other clips for him from the menu, I didn't have time to thank you for a wonderful choice..
    Very funny..thanks :)

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  5. love it when he says "i kill you" with a very very high pitched voice!

    and man his puppets are just great -- see Achmed's eyes and eyebrows? they make things Funnier!

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