Joined 11 years ago from Raleigh, NC
Jim Bennett is a large man who resides in the town of Apex, NC between the cities Raleigh and Durham. Providing a humorous slant on life situations and news stories are a specialty along with eating and going to the bathroom on a regular basis.. among other things. Born in New Jersey in the town of Red Bank, Jim has been around comedy and Earth his whole life.
Jim has been on television multiple times. Once, in the background of a newscast about the Jersey Shore town of Point Pleasant. Another time he was featured on the show "To Catch A Predator". Just kidding about that last part. The back button on my keyboard doesn't work. Man that sucks, oh well. Anyway...
Jim left Jersey, went to Florida for a 4 year vacation and now lives in North Carolina which is the northern-most of all the Carolinas and has multiple claims to fame including the birthplace of human flight, birds invented it long before humans... and the promotion of lung cancer.
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