lol- you guys have such a weird sense of humor!!TONY! WTF? lol
Happy birthday and keep up the great work!!! It would be interesting if Henry interviewed "Tony" some time. :D
Hahaha~Creative and hilarious interview indeed.... Happy birthday! :-)
Keep that gay outta my favorite podcast interviews!!!Pls do not promote gay/asian linkage to foreigners.
Hahaha~guys,you are so creative!It's so funny and interesting.I had goose bumps when I listened to this episode.Happy birthady! Feelin
Tony, what a character...Henry, thanks for disclosing all the info about yourself, cleared up a handful of things for me...Didn't know you lived in America for such a long time.Looking forward to another year of wonderful interviews...A suggestion; every thought about doing a quick Chinese lesson in the show? I am sure most/all your listening would really dig it...I know I would!
To be honest, it was the least favorite episode I enjoyed so far.I would like to introduce my American classmates to this podcast except this episode. I did not get clear about what the guest said becasue there were too many interruptions in the interview. If the host Tony could give more time and space to let the special guest finish his words,it might be better. Love Henry!
Happy birthday to the entire working staff(only two)out there. Would it be possible that there is no such a guy called "Tony". He doesn't even exist? "Tony" is either Julian in disguise, or Henrry faking his voice and interviewing himself? And omnipotent Mac does all the editing work??Judging from "Tony's" pronunciation, he has the same educational background as Henrry.Haha~How creative and imaginative I am!!
No reply kind of means...I got it right. Hahaha...and we should give all the credit for you guys' originality.
Well, I dun live in Taiwan but I know Tony is a real person actually. He was invited to some of Jacky Wu's shows, and known as "Teacher Tony".I dunno if he's gay but he sounds and acts like one (i wrote the msg reminding Henry to keep him out of my favrite podcast). For those who wanna get a flavor of what Tony is like, just imagine Steve urkel, except fatter and gayer.
Finally someone knows me.
That tony guy is scary!!!!!is he actually the teacher chen that proposed to the vice president???can i please just say... ewwwwwwwwwwwww
i don't think u guys are at the end of ur rope. keep that lady man's voice out of the image of Taiwan, for crying out loud!
I cannot but wonder How a beautiful language could be twisted into such a total disaster. And people in Taiwan must be dumb or numb... or whatever to choose to learn the disgusting tnoe from a transvestite.Inpudence, iganorance, lies, and perversion have dominated Taiwan in recent years. It seems that "You have to take the good with the bad". It's always been how Herry and Julian dealt with this podcast, isn't it? Be patient~~
Herry likes to ask special guests about Taiwan’s “ugly stuff”Let's face the "ugly stuff", however, we don't have to air our "dirty linen" in public. Taiwan shouldn’t be promoted in a "tony way”. I could fake that gay voice too, among friends only.Nip it in the bud, Herry. Don't mess with this thick-skined tony guy!!! Every time we see "him" on a TV show, "he" makes my whole family puke. You definitely don't wanna stew in your own juice, right?
well said. "tony guy" needs nothing but attention, publicity, applause and a big meat pipe! it's not even a secret in the gay circle. "he" lies through "his" teeth in the limelight about his sex orientation, fooling the mass audience around....poor audience!
This “Tony guy” reminded me some of my Taiwan exerience. Taiwanese never listen. They don’t hear people out. They interrupt, overlap the conversation whenever they please, like they won’t be able to talk tomorrow. It’s regarded as being unsophisticated, uncivilized...in Western world.( It’s a different story if two people are arguing over something.) This Tony guy really takes the cake in this regard with his unbearable femininity. He just puts on a “perfect demonstration” in a different language-English. That means, whatever langnage they say, they butt in, cut in once they master the language. That’s why I don’t talk to anyone who speaks native-like English in Taiwan. It's a torture and pisses me off. Period.
Yes, we are very much uncivilized. Look what people take into action when they displease with the political outcome and election results. Always trying to overturn the ruling party with demonstration of violence of some sort. Shame on us, the naive people in Taiwan unwittingly controled by the Media. People are ignorant as portrayed in the movie, Hotel Rwanda, only not to result in such horrendous violent acts, or disquietingly already in the progress.
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