Sunday, July 15, 2018

The Future of Comedy

By kaganovitch
July 15, 2018 at 10:44 p.m. GMT

The future of comedy is a lesbian wearing a combat boot stamping on a human face, forever.

Matt Zoller Seitz: “Hannah Gadsby’s Netflix phenomenon Nanette continued to rack up impassioned reviews and think pieces.”

English translation: Nobody thinks she’s funny.

And she explains her jokes.

Who writes “impassioned reviews and think pieces” about a comedian?

If Matt Zoller Seitz had a sense of humor, that would have been a joke.

Gadbsy has an incredible range of topics, from: 1. Homosexuality; to 2. Homosexuality; to 3. Homosexuality.

For more, see Steve Sailer’s blog: “The Woke War on Comedy.”

Has America been invaded by lesbians?


Anonymous said...

Nancy Sinatra Sr., the first wife of legendary singer Frank Sinatra, died on Friday, July 13. She was 101.
Nancy (née Barbato) married Frank in Jersey City, New Jersey, in February 1939. She worked as a secretary in a printing plant at the time, while her husband tried to start his career in music as a singing waiter at a local restaurant. The couple went on to have three children together: Nancy, 78, Tina, 70, and Frank Jr., who died at age 72 in March 2016.

Frank quickly became a rising name in showbiz thanks to several mega-successful music and movie deals. He starred in Ocean’s 11, From Here to Eternity and Pal Joey, among others.

A string of headline-making extramarital affairs on the “My Way” crooner’s part led to the end of the couple’s marriage in 1951, most notably with Ava Gardner, whom he wed in November 1951 just days after signing divorce papers with Nancy.

Anonymous said...

jerry pdx
I checked out some of Ms. Gadsby's video on Youtube. Even mediocre comedians can make you laugh once in a while, or at least produce a chuckle here or there. I didn't laugh or chuckle even once at even one of her routines. She's wants to be kind of a Jerry Seinfeld observational type comedian but he actually has a talent for finding little absurdities in life and making wry amusing comments, she has none. Yet people buy tickets to her performances and she get cable specials? Or are these audiences of hand picked guests with people holding flashing signs that say "laugh" or "clap" after every "joke"? It's always a tip off when the audience laughs at everything a comedian says, even little asides that aren't meant to be funny, just buildups into "jokes". I guess this is entertainment industry gay affirmative action, there couldn't possibly be another explanation. Check out a couple of these videos, if this is what passes for comedy now then Don and Rodney must be spinning in their graves: