posted on Nov, 23 2016 @ 01:01 PM
To be honest I think the show went okay but that's not the point-I was stifled by the Helen Lovejoys who throw a tantrum every time they hear
something they don't like. A few days before my debut as the comic relief my "teacher" showed me the ropes and told what me what you can and cannot
say and boy there's a lot I couldn't say.
No Irish jokes-my family originates from Ireland but I still can laugh at a good Irish joke
No Blonde jokes are allowed because it might seem sexist-despite the fact my late mother was blonde but I still laugh at blonde jokes.
And don't get me started on Religion and politics, if I said I was agnostic and didn't like Trump I'd be in big trouble.
Now I don't condone racism, bigotism or sexism but there has to be a clear line drawn in the sand. I agree that radio stations should adhere to common
sense and all but surely there needs to be some leniency because all I tried to do was tell some light hearted quips but the manager doesn't want to
risk losing a sponsor because one person rings in and complains despite the thousands of others laughing.
Don't give it if you can't take it, and to quote myself verbatim "I just lost half of my material" you might be an artist and draw a naked lady but I
guarantee that at least one person will say it's crass or crude despite it's beauty. So I ask you: where do we draw the line when it comes to
edit on 23-11-2016 by Thecakeisalie because: (no reason given)