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The state of comedy in a hyper sensitive society

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6 minutes ago, -GD- said:

murphy (in his prime) >>>>>chappell 

I don't disagree. His skits are funny, but he doesn't hide his bigotry

 

 

 

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3 minutes ago, zwarri0r said:

I don't disagree. His skits are funny, but he doesn't hide his bigotry

 

 

 

eh, people were less sensitive then. now, they cry over everything. 

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4 minutes ago, zwarri0r said:

were black people too sensitive to dislike Minstrel shows? :|

 

 

i know a lot of gays who loved that eddie murphy bit. comedy also got more progressive in 70's/80's. now it's regressed. it's a shame. 

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Just now, zwarri0r said:

this actually complimented white people compared to his skits on gays or minstrel shows. :trump2:

not really. it makes them look like ignorant dumbasses lol. 

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Just now, zwarri0r said:

Skit on gays "faggots have aids"

 

Skit on Whites "they party in buses when Blacks aren't around"

i can post numerous skits that poke fun at whites. LIGHTEN up  :smugcena:

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1 hour ago, DynamiteCop! said:

You're getting progressively weirder, Jimbo levels of weird. 

Him and Jimbo are the little side attractions here nobody cares about.

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PC is just something that comes around every few decades. It doesn’t stop a good comedian, in fact if anything it can heighten their comedy by pushing taboos

 

Some of the best ever comedians emerged in the 80s at the height of political correctness. Bill Burr these days is making a living off of being hilarious and saying fuck it to political correctness 

 

 

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2 hours ago, zwarri0r said:

Crying "omg it's so PC I can't make jokes" is not poking fun/provoke. Watch Eddie Murphy's "humour" on gays in the s compared to Chappell on transfolk. One is a "real" comedian, the other (Murphy) just a bigot on stage. 

Except it did provoke you and Eddie and Charlie were both hilarious 

 

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Not an ounce of hate in his stand up. Comedians complaining about PC should take tips from him, or should take tips on how comedians make fun of white people/whoever their audience is that night. It's more planned out than spewing hate 

 

 

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Every single one of Chappelle's new specials triggered the 'PC' crowd though. Just because you think his aren't offensive while others are doesn't mean anything. His trans and gay jokes got a lot of hate from people. Just look up the ResetEra threads. 

 

 

EDIT: and wtf am I reading on page 1 of this thread.

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