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For the sake of several people on the Internet looking for a reason to be outraged, so many comedians were coerced into publicly apologizing last year. Maybe some cases were called for and other ones were certainly blown way out of proportion and taken out of context (a mortal enemy of comedy).

Over a New Year’s Eve special, Natasha Leggero made a joke about American veterans and received a lot of criticism from it, but, thankfully stood up for her joke, which was, as you should hear a lot today, pretty harmless (and pretty great). 

We can only hope that more comedians will stand firm with their jokes in 2014 so long as they really aren’t using comedy as a veil for bigotry, which definitely was not the case here.

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  4. tuesdayj said: Sheesh! Is everything too touchy now? Why is it offensive to say old people have no teeth? I would call that more realistic than rude!
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