Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Asshat13, Jun 8, 2016.
No we can't. Movie looks good tho.
@ Gilbert's last line.
Lisa Lampanelli looked like, man...
I better make a gif of her, brb.
First time I've agreed with Jim Norton. "You have the right to be offended" words I live by.
I can. You assholes I don't know about.
ill watch that
I'd see it
Jesus, she looks like Ben Stern with a toupee.
lisa looks fucking horrible
Lisa lost weight, dumped Jimmy Big Balls, and is supposedly now a lesbian.
Not watching it, not taping it.
Any word on Jimmy Big Balls?
No, and I really like him.
I wonder what he's up to now.
He was Lisa's manager, traveled with her, etc.
I will see it despite them misidentifying Penn Jillette as a comedian.
that looks good
if you rush a stage and pour a beer over a comic or attack one you should spend your life in a cage
not because it's some heinous crime--but you're a lunatic and shouldn't be trusted around humans
I remember when I was a kid and 2 Live Crew was starting to become known. We couldn't believe there was a song with the word Pussy in it. Kids were infatuated with it not because it was a good song but because they swore like crazy.
There was always that feeling that as time goes on our culture would become less offended by words, songs, jokes, and comedy. When Andrew Dice Clay came out he took that concept to another level.
Fast forward to now and I can't believe where we are at in terms of the pussification of America and how we get offended over every little thing. Case in point, that college that had Pro Trump messages written on the sidewalk in chalk and offered counseling sessions to those offended.
To me the worst part of all this is what these people who claim to be offended want. If you say something that offends them back in the day they would maybe want and apology or retraction. Now they demand that you are suspended or completely fired from your job. Think about that for a second. If some commentator on MSNBC says something I find offensive the only recourse is that they are fired and their career may be over. Un-fucking believable.
It's such a strange culture shift. The assholes have discovered the high-ground, and are using it to punish the wicked in their eyes. They seem unable to grasp they will not always be the majority, and eventually will be viewed as wicked. When that happens, things will get ugly.
I understand what you are saying but the cast of SNL was boycotting Dice back in the day...imagine that.