“I have no problem if someone says ‘I don’t think you’re funny.’ I do have a problem when someone says, ‘You’re not funny.’” ~Comedian Mike Toomey
The next time you see something and think, “That shouldn’t be on Facebook,” look in the mirror. Maybe you shouldn’t be on Facebook.
When confronted with racist attitudes, I remained silent. As a child, I wanted to fit in and be liked. I never joined in the hatred jubilee; I just learned to bite my tongue.
Just because you haven’t heard of someone, doesn’t mean they’re not good at their craft.
“Are colleges too politically correct for comedy?” was the overhyped bird flu/shark attack/Ebola of the news recently. Having had a less-than-stellar experience performing comedy at a college, I wrote a piece about the idea. I discussed my university show gone awry, and it got a decent little amount of attention. Right place, right time.
June 1, 2015 Dear Truman, You have reached a milestone, and I am sorry. A few short weeks ago, you had little in the way of separation anxiety. We’d put you in your crib and you’d mewl for a minute, maybe two. After that you’d think, “Oh, what the hell? I’m tired....
If something happened to your child because of a vaccination, would you remain so belligerent? Calling names doesn’t help anyone.
Science is hard. Better to believe what you want and justify it later, right?