Some of the places we're planning on performing this next year...we're talking about going to Germany. We're talking about going to Bulgaria. And India, India's on the list of new places we're gonna visit.
And I'm excited about India. You know when I was telling people in England that we're going to, you know, to India, I had Indian people telling me, "Oh, that's gonna be amazing when you go there. You're gonna enjoy it. You're gonna love it. It's amazing."
And I just stare, and that guy goes, "What are you staring?"
I go, "Because your voice doesn't match."
"Oh, you think we all sound like..."
"I'm sorry. I live in America. Indians over there keep it real."
And I have nothing but love and respect for Indian people. I'm gonna tell you something right now. Indian people in the United States are the hardest working people I have ever seen, and that's coming from a Mexican, okay?
And I'll tell you why I say this. You'll never see an Indian person with a sign that says, "We'll work for food" in the United States. And you'll never see an Indian person committing a crazy crime. Like, when was the last time you heard of Indians robbing a bank?
"Look here, buddy!" "Oh, I can't remember, bro."
Because it doesn't happen! First of all, Indian people are so nice, and they're so sweet. And I can't see it. You know, if you're gonna rob a bank, you need authority. You need to come in with guns and blaze, "I say, get your ass on the ground. NOW!"
I can't imagine, "Would you please take the money?"
"Why are you laughing?"
"I am talking to you."
"Forget this. I'm out of here. I don't need this."
He gets in the car. His partner's waiting for him, "Did you get the money?"
"They would not give me the money!"
"Did you show them the gun?"
"I show them the gun!"
"We better leave. They're going to call the police."
"They are still laughing."
"Where did you get the computer?"
"They thought I was tech support!"