“They should have arrested me” – Libero Quotidiano

“They should have arrested me” – Libero Quotidiano
“They should have arrested me” – Libero Quotidiano

They are preparing to debut behind the counter of Strip the News, Sergio Friscia (former conductor for Antonio Ricci) e Roberto Lipari. The two conductors will replace Vanessa Incontrada e Alessandro Siani starting from 3 November, when we will see them on the satirical news of Canale 5. Interviewed Friscia and Lipari immediately wanted to silence the do-gooders. “Let’s think of man and ape. Irony is evolution. If we castrate it, we return to monkeys”, thundered Friscia bluntly.

However Strip she has been accused several times for her jokes. Accusations that the actor sends back to the sender: “I – Friscia commented – I should have denounced half the world for everything they told me about my belly. Self-irony is a sign of intelligence“. The colleague agrees, who recalled how the smile counts more than anything and there is no politically correct that matters.

Too much weight is given to things they say to each other, without looking at irony and humor anymore. I grew up telling police jokes. They should have arrested me“. Instead, they are often the first to laugh at it. Meanwhile, Friscia and Lipari are preparing to replace the Incontrada and Siani, who remained at the helm two days longer than those initially announced (the rotation was originally planned for today, Monday 1 November).

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