Netflix is where a comedian can go to make sure their list of stand-up specials takes a sudden turn where you can tell when the allegations surfaced

- Unlucky (1995)
- A Three Piece Suit (1998)
- Tireless (2004)
- Raised and Confused (2006)
- Fields of Mozzarella (2010)
- Offensive!! (2015)
- The Big Mean Man Said a Bad Word (2016)
- I'm Not Even Upset at What Happened. In Fact, I'm Laughing About It (2016)
- A Long List of Slurs (2017)

@heatherhorns Imagine coming up with a name like fields of mozzarella and *then* turning out to be a shitter

You could have spared the mozzarella the shame

@BatElite "Now I try to make comedy for everyone, something my daughter could watch"

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God I'm now just reminded about a shitty "haha woke teens" song video I saw once 

@heatherhorns God I'm now just reminded about a shitty "haha woke teens" song video I saw once

After they laugh at a comedian's off-colour joke once and as a result their whole social network falls apart, it's visually implied they went on a wine binge. Because woke teens cope with disaster in the same way 45 yo sitcom moms do

God I'm now just reminded about a shitty "haha woke teens" song video I saw once 

@BatElite oh my goddd

if you had described that to me as parody i would have called it brilliant

Parents Just Don't Understand
(That The Death of the Middle Class and The Internet Have Led To Less Segregated Childhoods and Now The White Kids Can Put A Face To The Target of Racist Jokes)

God I'm now just reminded about a shitty "haha woke teens" song video I saw once 

@BatElite like yeah kids who are figuring stuff out are *all* about signalling and I'm sure a lot of what's motivating a 14 year old kid decrying privilege isn't like, that deep

but it's SUPER telling that seeing teenagers lean in that direction is scaring adults

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