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Muhammad Rasheed - "What kind of America is this where I'm the one considered 'wrong' if I call a bunch of defenseless blackies 'n1993rs'? They should thank me for acknowledging them and grin and applaud!"
Joel Comm - Thank you for proving my point. You can’t tell the difference between someone deliberately being mean or vile, and a joke. #smh
Muhammad Rasheed - Was that your point? Because I was merely illustrating the point of the meme quote 'in character' and you seem to have gotten offended by it. I thought we were BOTH joking.
Your triggered reaction leaves me in doubt that you were joking. Explain.
Joel Comm - I wasn’t offended. I think you missed the point completely. Carlin wasn’t talking about being a racist idiot. He was talking about having to watch our speech for fear of what others might say or think. Especially as a comedian.
Muhammad Rasheed - I didn't miss Carlin's point, Joel. The point of my illustrative sketch is that only a very specific demographic of the populace complains about political correctness.
They're the folk whose BEST humor involves the 'n-word' and wearing blackface. Everyone else just adjusted.
Joel Comm - Ah, I see. You went to the ironic extreme by being absurd to make your point. Interesting approach.
Muhammad Rasheed - lol I'm an editorial cartoonist, Joel. That's my primary tool.
MEDIUM: Scanned pen & ink cartoon drawing w/Adobe Photoshop color.
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