I've seen it all during TV live shots. Sometimes people grab you or shout obscenities while you are either on the air or preparing to be. You just have to roll with it. Some people are completely unfazed by pandemonium. Absolutely elite focus and execution here by this reporter pic.twitter.com/ZsfM9KEXP1 — Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) September 6, 2021 Others are not. After the first guy touched me I started rolling... this isn't even all of it. So uncomfortable. Can we please respect people's space pic.twitter.com/1r0VQVoBoq — Lyndsey Gough (@LGonTV) September 5, 2021 It's usually the social media know-it-alls who create a false narrative that gains steam. In this case, Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly tried to be funny in a postgame interview with Katie George but it fell
Humor is dead. Chris Rock and Jerry Seinfeld won't perform on college campuses anymore because of the tender sensibilities of Social Justice Warriors (SJW). Seen in the above video, comedian Judy Gold has it right. "Why is it everyone has to adjust to everyone else? Don't hire me if you don't want to hear what I have to say." Gold says "This idea that words are more harmful than actions...Lenny Bruce, Richard Pryor is rolling over in his grave!" To the WOKIES, every joke is offensive unless it is aimed at straight white males (SWM) or straight males (SM) so that Rock, Kevin Hart, Eddie Murphy, and other offenders of color can be punished for marginalizing women and/or LGBTQ human he/she/they/x pronouns. DJ
Dear every man in America,I’m sitting at the bar by myself because I want to. Please be self-aware enough to know when we are simply not interested in carrying on conversation. Sincerely,All women— Mallory Hagan (@ItsMalloryHagan) October 12, 2019 Uh, OK. You seem nice. Best response so far... No, not all women. I go to a bar to drink because I’d rather be around people then at home drinking. I like people talking to me and I don’t think every man who talks to me is hitting on me. I roll my eyes so hard at tweets like this. It is so conceited.— Liberal In The House 🌊🗽🇺🇸 (@TurtlesgaloreMR) October 12, 2019 ...another salient point... Translation:"I have decided to go to a
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Comedian Tim Allen appeared on Late Night With Jimmy Kimmel and stirred up controversy by comparing Liberal Hollywood group think with '30s Germany oppression. Here comes the I'M OFFENDED parade. Liberals immediately made the leap that Allen was equating pressure to conform with, well, very brutal, murderous pressure to conform. For those of you who have forgotten...humor is exaggeration of real circumstances. As Bill Maher says, "This is PARODY...something that we in the comedy business call a JOKE." The most amazing part of this "news" is that the LGBT community didn't have a conniption fit over Allen's assertion that a Gay Pride Parade with trucks full of naked men is no place to take your 5-year-old. Isn't that micro aggressive, homophobic HATE SPEECH?
Millennial: "I don't judge people." Me: "You lock your door, don't you?" Millennial: "Yes." Me: "Then you're judging people, dipstick." Of course locking your door doesn't make you judgmental. It's a joke about sound judgment related to known threats in society, the same judgment needed to select your kid's school and the neighborhood you call home. Is comedy dead in a perpetually aggrieved society? Nope. It's just limited to self-deprecation or vilification of oppressive white dudes. The very black Chris Rock isn't allowed to excoriate faulty African Americans any longer. This brilliant comedy piece is 20 years old. Another masterful bit from Rock is entitled How to Not Get Your Ass Kicked By The Police. Today's #BlackLivesMatter hypersensitivity keeps Rock from doing this type of
"O, Utopia. Why must your sweet governance always turn so quickly from the Edenic to the Stalinist?" From the Power 105 Breakfast Club radio show - In a freewheeling conversation, Damon Wayans reflects on his famous family, classic comedy sketches that would face PC opposition today, SNL discomfort, In Living Color, Kevin Hart, harnessing talent, and more. A little news popped when Wayans said Bill Cosby is being taken down by a "money hustle" and that some of his accusers are "unrapeable." Wayans took heat for using the word unrapeable and referring to some of them as bitches. He refused to budge. No way any of this comedy would fly on today's thought-policed college campuses. The Atlantic examines humorists with mouths
One of the most downloaded 84WHAS Radio podcasts are my conversations with University of Kentucky fanatic The Beasman. These sketches air two times weekly, usually at 5:45 p.m. but occasionally earlier in the 4 p.m. hour. RECENT BITS: Beasman just prior to the UofL vs Cincinnati football game Beasman after UK beats Providence and Alabama football loses Beasman after UofL loses to North Carolina Here's tomorrow's radio script for The Beasman, scheduled to air at 5:45 p.m. so that you can read along. Terrestrial: 840 AM; streaming via whas.com