ErmengardeStopSniveling said: "I only let queer men do my work bc they understand at least something about souls.""Sullivan and Paul* are exceptions bc they are both gay adjacent." (Gay adjacent??)Wot?The problem with calling this humor is that the doubling down negates the idea that this was all said in jest. Putting aside the subjectivity of humor, there's way too much pointed specificity for this to be a joke.
joevitus said: "I don't consider them interesting questions, and they are all predicated on a bias about race or "privilege" that I consider cartoonish and inaccurate."Riiiiight.
Jeremy might be one of the nicest people I have ever met in the theater industry, some people just don't get his personality, he is playing the game by saying FU to it at the same time, he is adiment about ticketing accessibility, creating space for more diverse audiences, calling for more diverse voices in theaterical criticism and supports his fellow writers at every turn on his platforms and honestly dude has a movie at Sundance and another project at Warner Bros already, I do really think he is about to jump of the playwrighting thing very quick tbh
Dionysus3 said: "joevitus said: "I don't consider them interesting questions, and they are all predicated on a bias about race or "privilege" that I consider cartoonish and inaccurate."Riiiiight."Remove the sarcasm and your response is correct.
Mike Barrett said: "[...] Some people call this a "joke" or for us to calm down, but this is just plain stupid. Thats the issue, its incredibly stupid and ignorant to think like this. Let alone tweet it. [...]Is Twitter a format known for examples of profound thought?Somebody said something goofy on a platform mostly used for vanity purposes (i.e., messages are rarely meant for any specific receiver(s). They're meant to draw attention to the sender from as many people as possible: Hear ME! Look at ME! Follow ME!)Meh. Somebody tweeted something goofy (again). Just another day at the office.This is exact reasons why social media is just ruining society. [...]"Twitter is a catalyst. It can't ruin society. We are the society. We can choose whether/not we are ruined by a mere tool (see what I did there?)
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