I find it quite boring adding this sordid excuse of a person to my blog but as I’ve had over thirty emails. Here’s another review for Ricky Gervais ‘Humanity’ ( I use the word lightly.) He has spent his life persecuting people to make himself feel big so I suppose there’s no harm in taking […]
What these comedians are demanding is that we respect their feelings while they exercise their constitutionally safeguarded prerogative to hurt other people’s feelings. That’s not a level playing field. It’s the power dynamic preferred by a playground bully, in which all the discomfort flows in one direction: away from them. They aren’t really angry about “censorship,” but instead about being reminded that other people are as human as they are, even if they refuse to recognize them as such. Vulture Magazine.
Last night we had a trip to Funny Girls in Blackpool. It’s probably my comfort food in terms of cabaret. Three hours of dancing, singing, drama and campness. Such energy. A condensed journey of the yellow brick road – ending with a drop down banner of the infamous Judy Garland. A beautiful celebration of life. […]