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Ladies, gentlemen, attack helicopters…what did he do wrong? Was any part of The Closer hate speech? I understand discussions like these aren't always welcome here but I'm not sure what good not talking about it's gonna do. Anyhow, I find it hard to come away from watching The Closer thinking Chapelle is anti-lgbt. I mean the fucking special ends with him declaring he's going to give a ton of money to a transgendered persons daughter. Regrettably that person committed suicide. You could argue he cares about that persons daughter more than she did. What he does do is make some poignant critiques about the lgbt movement, but it's nothing that amounts to hate speech. Anyhow, I'm just curious where people here are at on this.

 

I actually have no problem with Chapelle but I find everyone who likes him distasteful. Like people who buy funkopos.

Also boomer attack helicopter jokes stopped being funny a decade ago.

 

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>>20626
That's fine, I think people that don't like Chapelle are distasteful. I don't care for the helicopter jokes either, I meant that ironically.

>>20627
I do, you stupid fuck. Why else do you think I made the post?

 

>>20628
>I do, you stupid fuck. Why else do you think I made the post?

GO BACK

 

>>20625
I watched a video compilation of all his "T jokes", it looks like they want to cancel him because he said poor black people have it worse than affluent "Ts".

 

It's not hatespeech, its being candid. As for stand-up comedy, it is funny - you don't need to think of things as serious 100%, George Carlin did the same and he still did excellent satire and made a good point.

 

>>20632
>poor black people have it worse than affluent "Ts"
I don't know when he said that exactly. But you're missing the point. I'm pretty sure all he's trying to say is that it's amazing how the lgbt movement has been so rapidly catered too where as there are plenty of hetero people often times not white that have been left in the dust.

 

>>20632
Yeah, the joke about the Ls Bs Gs and Ts going on a roadtrip had nothing to do with black politics.

 

IDK he said some shit that needed to be said on the George Floyd special but his more recent standup just wasn't that funny IMO. Did he even do or say something actually shitty like JK Rowling or was it just jokes in bad taste?

 

>>20636
JK Rowling was just in bad taste too - her 'award winning' essay was 5000 words about how she cares to much about trans women to not critique them.

This basic bitch coworker I know likes Harry potter AND chapelle so I really just hate them both by proxy.

 

>>20637
I haven't watched the standup (comedians in general are cringe) but it sounds like Chapelle does the same backhanded - i actually have trans friends so my out of touch gen x jokes dont really hold any malice.

 

>>20637
>JK Rowling was just in bad taste too
She was unironically fearmongering about trans women being a danger to cis women at one point.

 

>>20639
>She was unironically fearmongering about trans women being a danger to cis women at one point.
I missed that I just remember so many words bleed about how allowing trans women to compete in sports is unfair to both parties (lol).

 

>>20640
Crying wolf is a problem, but if you remember how the story goes, the real danger is that the wolf eats the boy at the end.

 

>>20641
I mean sure but call the wolf what it is 'cancel culture' which only benefits the bourgeois not trans ideology as such.

 

>>20642
I was talking about trans people making a big deal over something that's not really transphobia the boy and the wolf is the actual bigots.

 

>>20639
No, not her but someone she supported said something like that. Regardless, screaming 'TERF' and engaging in pro-trans hysteria is stupid.

>>20635
And it's a largely inoffensive joke unless you're actually taking it seriously.

 

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