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Day 405

My opinion on a New York Times article...


Comedy absolutely has the ability to cross the line. I think that what makes comedy so special is that it's so organic, and most importantly, truthful. The best stories are the ones that have been experienced first hand, and even on a huge stage, that sentiment still rings true. Especially when it comes to a comedian trying to be relatable, fabricating a story has the exact opposite effect. By lying, they've betrayed the trust of the audience, and therefore can't really be truly funny anymore.


Article: https://www.nytimes.com/2023/09/25/learning/when-does-lying-in-comedy-cross-a-line.html

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