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Yes I Can Say That Book Æ I Can Say That Download ´ [Download] ➸ Yes, I Can Say That: When They Come for the Comedians, We Are All in Trouble Author Judy Gold – Goproled.co.uk No one makes me laugh harder than Judy Gold If I had to pick one comedian to write a book about free speech itwould be Judy Amy SchumerFrom awNo one makes me laugh harder than Judy Gold If I had to pick one comedian to write a book about free speech itwould be Judy Amy SchumerFrom award winning comedian Judy Gold a concise funny and thoughtful polemic on the current assault on comedy that explores how it is undermining free speech and a fundamental attack against the integrity of the artFrom Mae West and Lenny Bruce to Richard Pryor and Howard Stern to Kathy Griffith and Kevin Hart comedians have long been under fire for using provocative often taboo subjects to challenge s and get a laugh But in the age of social media comedians are at greater risk of being silenced enduring shaming threats and damaged careers because of angry censorious electronic mobs But while comedians work has often been used to rile up detractors a new threat has emerged from the left identity politics and notions like safetyism and trigger warnings that are now creating a cultural and political standard that runs perilously close to censorship From college campuses to the Oscars comics are being censured for old jokes long standing comedy traditions unfinished bits and old material that instead of being forgotten go viral For comics like Judy Gold todays attacks on comics would have Richard Pryor and Lenny Bruce rolling in their graves No one has the right to tell comics what they can or cannot joke about Do you tell artists what they can or cannot paint? she asks Freedom of speech is fundamental for great stand up comedy Humor is the most palatable way to discuss a subversive or taboo topic but it better be funny A comics observations are deliberately delivered to entertain provoke and lead to an exchange of ideas We are truth tellers More important the tolerance of free speech is essential for a healthy democracyIn addition to offering readers a uick study on the history of comedy and the arts noting such historical reference points as The Hays Code and the threats to them Gold takes readers on a hilarious ride with chapters such as Thank God Don Rickles is Dead as well as her singular take on micro aggressions such asPerson OMG Youre a lesbian? I had no idea I mean you wear make up When did you become a lesbian?Judy Gold Coincidently right after I met you micro assaultIn this era of fake news partisan politics and heated rhetoric the need to protect free speech has never been greater especially for comics who often serve as the canaries in the coalmine monitoring the health of our democracy Yes I Can Say That is a funny and provocative look at how safe spaces are the very antithesis of comedy as an art formand an urgent call to arms to protect our most fundamental Constitutional right Theres a good reason it was the FIRST amendment I laughed out loud and learned so muchA perfect book in this uncertain timeboth enlightening and highly entertainingThank you Judy Gold

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No one makes me laugh harder than Judy Gold If I had to pick one comedian to write a book about free speech itwould be Judy Amy SchumerFrom award winning comedian Judy Gold a concise funny and thoughtful polemic on the current assault on comedy that explores how it is undermining free speech and a fundamental attack against the integrity of the artFrom Mae West and Lenny Bruce to Richard Pryor and Howard Stern to Kathy Griffith and Kevin Hart comedians have long been under fire for using provocative often taboo subjects to challenge s and get a laugh But in the age of social media comedians are at greater risk of being silenced enduring shaming threats and damaged careers because of angry censorious electronic mobs But while comedians work has often been used to rile up detractors a new threat has emerged from the left identity politics and notions like safetyism and trigger warnings that are now creating a cultural and political standard that runs perilously close to censorship From college campuses to the Oscars comics are being censured for old jokes long standing comedy traditions unfinished bits and old material that instead of being forgotten go viral For comics like Judy Gold todays attacks on comics would have Richard Pryor and Lenny Bruce rolling in their graves No one has the right to tell comics what they can or cannot joke about Do you tell artists what they can or cannot paint? she asks Freedom of speech is fundamental for great stand up comedy Humor is the most palatable way to discuss a subversive or taboo topic but it better be funny A comics observations are deliberately delivered to entertain provoke and lead to an exchange of ideas We are truth tellers More important the tolerance of free speech is essential for a healthy democracyIn addition to offering readers a uick study on the history of comedy and the arts noting such historical reference points as The Hays Code and the threats to them Gold takes readers on a hilarious ride with chapters such as Thank God Don Rickles is Dead as well as her singular take on micro aggressions such asPerson OMG Youre a lesbian? I had no idea I mean you wear make up When did you become a lesbian?Judy Gold Coincidently right after I met you micro assaultIn this era of fake news partisan politics and heated rhetoric the need to protect free speech has never been greater especially for comics who often serve as the canaries in the coalmine monitoring the health of our democracy Yes I Can Say That is a funny and provocative look at how safe spaces are the very antithesis of comedy as an art formand an urgent call to arms to protect our most fundamental Constitutional right Theres a good reason it was the FIRST amendment I always knew Judy Gold was a funny and brilliant comedian author teacher etc but this was a greater gift than expected Each page I turned made me feel I was getting smarter as I laughed Her observations of people protests and politics is accurately researched The history of comedians and comedy was wonderfully informative What the f else do you need to hear?

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Yes I Can Say That When They Come for the Comedians We Are All in TroubleNo one makes me laugh harder than Judy Gold If I had to pick one comedian to write a book about free speech itwould be Judy Amy SchumerFrom award winning comedian Judy Gold a concise funny and thoughtful polemic on the current assault on comedy that explores how it is undermining free speech and a fundamental attack against the integrity of the artFrom Mae West and Lenny Bruce to Richard Pryor and Howard Stern to Kathy Griffith and Kevin Hart comedians have long been under fire for using provocative often taboo subjects to challenge s and get a laugh But in the age of social media comedians are at greater risk of being silenced enduring shaming threats and damaged careers because of angry censorious electronic mobs But while comedians work has often been used to rile up detractors a new threat has emerged from the left identity politics and notions like safetyism and trigger warnings that are now creating a cultural and political standard that runs perilously close to censorship From college campuses to the Oscars comics are being censured for old jokes long standing comedy traditions unfinished bits and old material that instead of being forgotten go viral For comics like Judy Gold todays attacks on comics would have Richard Pryor and Lenny Bruce rolling in their graves No one has the right to tell comics what they can or cannot joke about Do you tell artists what they can or cannot paint? she asks Freedom of speech is fundamental for great stand up comedy Humor is the most palatable way to discuss a subversive or taboo topic but it better be funny A comics observations are deliberately delivered to entertain provoke and lead to an exchange of ideas We are truth tellers More important the tolerance of free speech is essential for a healthy democracyIn addition to offering readers a uick study on the history of comedy and the arts noting such historical reference points as The Hays Code and the threats to them Gold takes readers on a hilarious ride with chapters such as Thank God Don Rickles is Dead as well as her singular take on micro aggressions such asPerson OMG Youre a lesbian? I had no idea I mean you wear make up When did you become a lesbian?Judy Gold Coincidently right after I met you micro assaultIn this era of fake news partisan politics and heated rhetoric the need to protect free speech has never been greater especially for comics who often serve as the canaries in the coalmine monitoring the health of our democracy Yes I Can Say That is a funny and provocative look at how safe spaces are the very antithesis of comedy as an art formand an urgent call to arms to protect our most fundamental Constitutional right Theres a good reason it was the FIRST amendment Why would you throw Shane under the bus to promote a book with a title like this?