Wednesday, October 19

Madeleine Hearts the New Yorker II (and Jews! and comedians!)

Here's Dana Goodyear (she used to be the Poetry Ed at the New Yorker, but I think now she's a staff writer?) quoting Sarah Silverman:


I don't know much about comedians --they kind of frighten me in their willingness to endure humiliation. The whole thing seems pretty awkward to me. Silverman, though, seems pretty damn funny in a caustic way.

more: TMFTML of Sarah Silverman/NYer article. Unlike me, he's gonna actually talk about the substantive issue in the article: can racist jokes be funny?

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