6 Simple Reasons Why Dave Chappelle’s “Sticks and Stones” is Brilliant
Dave Chappelle’s “Sticks and Stones” is one of the most genius thought-provoking experiences in the comedy world at the moment.
There’s no need to repeat that Dave Chappelle is one of the best comedians alive.
I wont go deep on any details, just go watch it.
6 Reasons why Dave Chappelle's Sticks and Stones was brilliant:
#1. The name of the special
“Sticks and Stones” is an English-language children’s rhyme. The rhyme persuades the child victim of name-calling to ignore the taunt, to refrain from physical retaliation, and to remain calm and good-living. The full rhyme is usually a variant of:
Sticks and stones may break my bones
But words will never harm me.
#2. The Anthony Bourdain beginning
#3. The audience confronting
The joke is on YOU.
#5. The uncensored topics
#6. The bonus Epilogue
Dave Chappelle’s Sticks and Stones ends with Chappelle brilliantly answering the audience’s questions.
Censoring comedians is a really dangerous thing.
Comedy is comedy.
We need to Make Comedy Offensive Again.
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You might be missing the most brilliant one: He now has Leftists accusing him of being a Black White Supremacist.
Dave Chappelle skewers all segments of society, and he should be treasured for it. He is truly one of the great comedians of this century. If I were African American he’d be a role model as a similar looking person. Even then, I plan on teaching my children to look up to those that are able to cross all segments of society in such an effortless manner. Dave has my well wishes from a Latino.