What do you think about comedy today, always try to make drugs seem funny?
These movie might be all classified to only allow people over 18 to watch. But what is your opinion is that people getting high is use so much in comedy today?
They are trying to make it seem harmless and thus acceptable.
In fact, I think it was the constant media portrayal of marijuana as a harmless relaxation you had to sneak out to do for years that led to so many states legalizing it for medicinal or recreational use.
In an earlier generation, the falling-down, unintelligible drunk used to be a comedy staple. No difference.
by IDONO 5 years ago
Why do we seem to try to find something wrong with good people?Whether it be a politician, sports hero, religious person, company C.E.O. or a volunteer at the food bank, it seems that many, immediately try to " dig up the dirt" on someone. Is the only way we can make ourselves look good,...
by David Stillwell 6 years ago
Drugs seem to be everywhere and everybody,How did you get the X in X addict?
by Paul Goodman 6 years ago
HP ads seem late with the stats today, still got yesterday "pending" - is it the same for everyone?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 4 years ago
Why has the level of comedians stoop to an all time low?It seems that comedians have to use profanity and lots of sex to make people laugh. What happened to the double entendre in comedy?
by TN21 8 years ago
For some reason, I don't mind it if I knew I was going to a show or watching a show that will have racial and ethnic jokes. However, if it's something out of the blue or caught me off guarded I may find myself offended by it.I ask this because I was watching George Lopez's Lopez Tonight's premiere...
by Brian 7 years ago
How many people go to Comedy clubs? And, what would you like to see while you are there.?I'm thinking of possibly becoming a stand up comic, and, I have been to a few clubs, and have seen some really good, and not so good acts.Most of the acts feature female impersonators. I'm just curious how the...
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