In comedy business you've got to fill the void with something so they become unnecessarily offensive, same with Bill Maher. He offers great insight into some core values though, just too offensive so as to fill the show. Boring now that he speaks about Trump incessantly, you've got to skip to new rules and some interviews maybe. I mentioned Asra Nomani here, she was in his show.
firebirdflys wrote:I hate South Park, it's that kind of speak that has created this society that doesn't concern themselves with what comes out of their mouths.
Yes you're right it shaped us into uttering rude words we like to say provided the speech's got at least some style in it. People don't like that sometimes.
Been fun though we've been 11-12yr old and watched that show and it kind of helped us to get a grasp on questioning the authorities and seeing how teachers were capable of being thoroughly retarded so as to not only blame ourselves for other people's sh*tes. There's been Ken Robinson speaking about how schools do slaughter creativity although the best part of South Park comes when you forget kids and begin to appreciate Randy March, the middle aged man addicted to porn with all the specifics of moderns relationships so insightfully narrated. Notable episodes would be the one where he got obsessed with the high class dish cooking or the one about Tiger Woods. Also tolerance camp was very accurate.
firebirdflys wrote:"Trading your hours for a handful of dimes"
Smoking so as to reach inspiration?
Yes it reminds me of an experience of my own. It works. In my case though, not marijuana. Although that might be working too, but is it not making people too passive? There are some marijuana-influenced bands such as Stoned Jesus but one can't listen to it for too long.
Damn... sorry for mah bad English, dime is not a pipe I got mistaken.