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Bobcat Goldthwait Is Totally Okay With You Not Liking His Comedy
“There’s a lot of extremely wealthy comedians who are not used to anyone criticizing what they’re saying.”
Comedians and College Students Are Not Enemies
Stand-up comedy is not “us versus them.” It is call-and-response.
Writer Kicked Off Stand-up Show by Columbia Students
They took issue with his joke about a gay black man.
What I’ve Learned Performing Comedy at Over 50 College Campuses
“When I started touring universities, my first impression was not
Wow, these softies can’t take a joke!
Oh dear God, they are so
What Is Considered a Fireable Comedy Offense in 2017?
The Friday before last, I noticed that my Twitter feed was suddenly really mad at Bill Maher. This wasn’t exactly anything new; he caught […]
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Moshe Kasher Is Ready to Cross the Political Correctness Line, Wherever It Falls
“As a stand-up, I have no agenda other than, ‘Is it funny?’”
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In Defense of the Much-Maligned College Standup Gig
On December 5th, Chris Rock unveiled a promotional image for his forthcoming Total Blackout tour, his first in nearly a decade. As venues are […]
Maybe Political Correctness Isn’t Ruining Comedy
The seemingly never-ending war on political correctness has felt particularly salient these past few years. For every self-righteous person […]