Can humor go too far? Is a ‘good’ joke wasted on a particular few? Those few who seem to have missed ‘punchlines’…when god was handing them out.
Personally, I love a good slapstick. And, my wife? A good (I use the term loosely) rom-com, is her shtick.
I discovered …Vet Tv
…as soon as the project got off the ground, critics honed in on what some called tasteless or downright toxic humor, raising questions about how best to reintegrate America’s ever-growing population of military veterans back into society. Are rape jokes and other gross gags crossing the boundaries of respectability really doing any good if they’re increasingly out of touch with the mainstream comedy? What kind of obligation does a network targeted at a narrow chunk of the population really have? And how much of content on the network is actually resonating with the country’s relatively diverse veteran population?
However, a long ago era, just before my time: offering not only ‘Cinnamon Girl’ by Neil Young but…the one and only Lenny Bruce! There had been the same heated debate about comedy going to far!
I believe, as many do, in this #45 era, all that can be done is laugh. Laughter combats the anger, the confusion. It makes us all feel human again. Does it really where the humor comes from? As long as it helps us take life less seriously.