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13 Jun

And we get it, it was a funny situation and lighthearted because the police were already there taking care of their friend.

But the fact that Cameron couldn't remember his own address means he was likely already well on his way to alcohol poisoning.

Cohen was arrested and convicted of violating the California Penal Code for disturbing the peace by using “vulgar, profane, or indecent language within the presence or hearing of women or children.” The Supreme Court overturned Cohen’s conviction, holding that “the State may not, consistently with the First and Fourteenth Amendments, make the simple public display here involved of this single four-letter expletive a criminal offense.” Justice John Marshall Harlan wrote the majority opinion for the Court, which includes Sarah’s favorite line in the case: “[O]ne man’s vulgarity is another’s lyric.”.

This is one of Sarah’s favorite free speech moments in history and she describes Vonnegut’s argument against burning his book as “one of the most compelling arguments against censorship.” Vonnegut states: I read in the newspaper that your community is mystified by the outcry from all over the country about what you have done.

The film is funny, shocking, and deeply moving; it was a big hit at Sundance, and it deserves to be seen.

Before the screening, in the red-carpeted hallway between the Milton Berle Room and the bar, the movie’s director, Bobcat Goldthwait, watched photographers take pictures of Crimmins, and he smiled.

The purpose of FIREside Chats is to give readers a better understanding of why FIRE’s staff is passionate about what we do.

The subject of FIRE’s inaugural FIREside Chat is and in-depth articles about violations of student free press and free speech rights.

At the end of Terminator 2, the T-1000 uses a needle-like finger to try and get Sarah to call out. but if it was after the freeze/thaw occurence, it could well have lost the ability, or, at least, the reliable use of the ability.The centrality of comedy to American cultural and intellectual life—from “The Daily Show” to “Louis” to “WTF” to “Inside Amy Schumer” and beyond—has everything to do with the fearlessness of its best practitioners.Last week, the Friars Club hosted a screening of “Call Me Lucky,” a documentary that comes out tomorrow, about the brilliant comedian Barry Crimmins, a cornerstone of the truth-teller comedy tradition who helped launch the Boston standup scene in the eighties, became its instigator and its conscience, and then, in the nineties, made a surprising and personal revelation onstage that changed the course of his life.If you happen to be the child of a jerk, that's just another obstacle to overcome.In fact, stop trying to free yourself of all anger and hate.