I'm not really sure what I want this "blog" to be about. I've never blogged, or looked at anyone else's blog before this. I've only heard negative stereotypes of bloggers being cowardly critics. People that feel the need to shame comedians (and others) for going too far. Or people that point out inappropriate behavior just so they can seem like they are concerned for humanity's sake.
If you've ever said "My heart aches for America", based off of some joke a comedian made... You should shoot right back into your mothers cunt, you DOUCHE. Don't pretend that you're better than everyone else. Don't try to speak on behalf of "the nation" for what you deem appropriate for US. It's annoying.
Like hecklers in comedy clubs, they think they're funny and they think they should be up on stage getting laughs. But they're not, and they try to ruin the show because they're cowards... And if you act outraged at something offensive that is personal to you. You have no credibility if you've been laughing at all of the other inappropriate jokes that weren't personal to you.
In the movie Heckler all types of entertainers were interviewed. George Lucas said it the best... "Their are two type of people in the world. The creators and the destroyers."
Sooo... If you blog about politically incorrect comedy, and how it's affecting the youth of America negatively, you already know what kind of person you are. Sure, you're creating , but you're trying to destroy the entertainers hard work, by putting it down, like an ASS.
Movie and play critics are the worst. YEARS and YEARS of hard work are put into making a movie or a play. Then theses pompous piss flaps have the gall to bash it based on seeing it once or twice. They're destroyers, who probably hate themselves, and masturbate more often than most would deem appropriate.
I haven't made a blog for a long time because of it's negative stigma. The Internet can be very negative. A bunch of people that are allowed to be ass holes behind a screen because there is no real consequence. Just some harsh words to deal with. So I don't want to be one of those kind of blogs is what I'm trying to say.
I like to discuss and debate and converse with people... But with the immediacy of the Internet, peoples knee jerk reactions are to name call or to act as if they're experts on what is right and wrong.
I don't know why I'm trying to get so deep. I've been doing that a lot lately. I'd rather just be funny, but I dislike most things. For the most part, people just want to laugh, so they can forget about how much they dislike most things.
But people that try to put a lid on comedy are only making comedians push back harder. Jokes will always be made about rape, cancer, AIDS, incest, school shootings, etc. etc. etc. Because that is the purpose of humor in our existence, to get through the sad stuff. Life would be too hard to take everything serious, people need to laugh, that's why it feels so good and is "the best medicine."
My acting teacher told me a story. Her friend had a baby and it only had it's thumb and pinkie, and they were both sticking out. The father held his child in his arms and said, "Well at least he can pick his nose and his ear at the same time." That was their way of dealing with this misfortune.
So lighten up you easily offended folk, look at someone you think is inappropriate and accept that they're a human being that exists and move on with your life.
Or write them a displeasing letter and shoot it back up ya mother's cunt when you jump back in there. I'm sure they'll find it there.
I'll write about movies/TV/Actors/Writers/Comedians that I like. Why I think they are so good and how they changed my life. Stuff that I don't like is not worth my time writing about. Because their are so many amazing entertainers that make me laugh and help me dislike everything so much.