In an era when people insult one another in political campaigns, on television commentaries and facebook memes, we look back to a time when the insults were all in fun.
NO JOKING AROUND, Rich Paschall, Sunday Night Blog
Imagine a comedian who insults everyone by race, gender, ethnic background and every other quality you can poke fun at. The audience loves it. No one walks out. No one calls for him to be banned or fired. Social media does not go ablaze with attacks. No Facebook postings, hash tags, capital letter tweets, re-tweets, shares, or re-blogs.
Everyone loves it. That probably would not happen today. A comedian can’t walk into a room, insult everyone, including the President of the United States, yet leave everyone calling for more. We seem to have lost our ability to poke fun at ourselves and our eccentricities. We certainly can’t laugh at stereotypes that grow up around our religion, our ethnic group, or our town.
Today, everything has to be politically correct. Any comedian who forgets that may be in for a short career. There was a time when a…
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