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D. Grace Rose

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  • D. Grace Rose replied to a comment by Susanna Sharp-Schwacke

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    Susanna Sharp-Schwackeabout 1 year ago

    "Comedy always exaggerates stereotypes but it doesn't mean it's saying something is bad - it's like reverse psychology?"

    Bollocks. Mocking something as described is most definitely saying something is bad. The examples shown are pathetic, and defending any of them is offensive to human nature. Defending this behavior because it was done in an alleged comedy is like saying, "It's OK to make a "nigger" joke because it's a joke, man!" Again, bollocks.

    D. Grace Roseabout 1 year ago

    While I'm not going to disagree on any particular point, and I personally can't stand Ace Ventura, I would like to point to Mel Brook's "Blazing Saddles" as the example of comedy being used to point out the wrongness and bigotry in a society.

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