>>724859855 everyone misses stewart but just because they couldnt find a god to replace him doesnt meant they should cancel the show jsut because it isnt god tier doesnt make it a bad show just not as good. i still enjoy it because there arent many shows like it the closest being either samantha bee or the amazing oliver.
>>724860091 >lib cuck detected Of COURSE you like this one sided liberal shit. Flat out lies and half truths. THAT'S why people hate it. John was liberal, but he checked that shit at the fucking door and played both sides. These new faggots just cry about Trump 24/7. They are horrible. The liberal bias is so far to the left.
>>724859422 he laughs at himself too much. his timing is bad. he absolutely cannot do accents or impressions. stewart and colbert go for that low hanging fruit on occasion and i cringe every time but i can see they have time to fill and can brush it off. This dude is never deep. it's always that quick easy punchline. it's always that same joke that making the news rounds. colberts been doing it a lot more now a days too but he's kept the late show fun and fresh so far.
That's the problem. And I don't think it was and accident. It was deliberate. Jon Stewart wasn't looking to find someone funnier. He set this dude up for failure so that he could be remembered as the best host TDS ever had.
Well, let's not forget that George W Bush and the shady bunch in the WH including Fox News pretty much skyrocketed Jon Stewarts career. But compared to Trevor Noah, Jon Stewart was a bit of an anarchist. He called out bullshit wherever he smelt it.
That would be the Civil Rights Bill, you can't fire someone based on racism is the one you are looking for, which is such bullshit, along with the shitty Affirmative Action, which basically guarantees blacks higher education and job security. Which sounds like a fucking privilege to me.
The only real question is this; how long until the opposition money runs out? It used to have a steady flow but that well is drying up. Shilling gets you coin. Coin gets women sucking your dick. I'll talk shit for coin and so will everyone else. Opposition has been doing a lot of spending lately with little sway. The well is getting thirsty like their wives while you're on vacation.
>>724861377 Well, we did build this entire country up from the ground, invented most important modern inventions, came up with a concept for fair and equal rights. The fact that you have a first amendment is thanks to whitey. Easy to forget, huh? but since the 60's, the globalists have been shifting the demographics and propagandizing the culture through mass media and the colleges to all be subtly (and sometimes not so much) anti-white. Unfortunate as it is, many whites and women have taken to this self-cuckery. They didn't own the land, they had not even invented property or land rights. The Europeans settled it.
>>724861919 kys faggot "That's why when Trump gave a single speech that wasn't blood and carnage everyone had orgasms of presidential-ness, uugh so presidential ugh oh so presidential so presidentiall....." Seriously not even the audience laughs at a lot of his jokes
>>724862606 seriously I wish I was so retarded that I could laugh at anything, you must live a much happier life >>724862772 DUDE WTF ARE YOU SAYING who am I defending? I am so fucking non-partisan I just think that he has shitty timing and his accent make it really hard for him to pull off a delivery. He is a bad comedian, that's all I'm sayin' also grunting isn't comedy so fuck off
>>724862921 Where did this "lord and savor Trump" thing come from? It sounds like something from a retarded 12 yo yet it shows up in many comments. Is this just Liberal "monkey see, monkey do" shit or are you actually a retarded 12 yo.
>>724860451 i agree, i think trevor is funny but being TDS host isnt all about humor and requires some sincerity. Late show is hardly watchable unlike Colbert Report. He (Stephen Colbert) is not very good at being himself and hardly talks news anymore than vaguely setting up a punchline
>>724863458 ATTACKING NOT TRUMP IS NOT DEFENDING TRUMP YOU FUCKING RETARD Trump has no fucking clue what he's doing and I completely disagree with almost anything that comes out of his mouth, but Trevor Noah is a fucking terrible comedian
haha it's just funny that I say trevor noah isn't funny so somehow that means I like Trump. There's absolutely no connection.
Colbert is funny as fuck. Always have been. I gave Trevor every chance. I wanted to like him. he's just bland as fuck with no comic timing. His jokes are as stale as the crust in Trumps underpants. His correspondents are CRINGE WORTHY levels of bad. Like awkward pause at a hipster art show level of cringe. There's no chemistry between any of them. The show is a fuciking trainwreck devoid of any originality.
>>724861698 That graph seems sort of misleading. Whites being under 50% of the population is not the same as whites being a minority. Even in the right most bar on the graph there is still more whites than any other individual ethnicity, so whites would still be considered a majority. You can't just lump everyone onto 'white' and 'non white,' one is made up of multiple groups and the other is only made of one.
>>724863826 It's a hell of an argument. For years you faggots whined about Obama adding to the deficit, but now when someone you actually support (Trump) is going to waste a trillion just to spite 8 years of policy, you're full of shit, faggot.
>>724860397 i think you were just younger anon, js did the very same shit he just happened to have more talent, now that the media has gone further left tho(and we are all older) we can see just how big of pos' these people really are and always were
>>724860397 >Of COURSE you like this one sided liberal shit. Flat out lies and half truths. THAT'S why people hate it. John was liberal, but he checked that shit at the fucking door and played both sides. These new faggots just cry about Trump 24/7. They are horrible. The liberal bias is so far to the left.
Oh c'mon. You have to admit that Trump is a comedian's dream Hardly a day goes buy without a ridiculous rage tweet. I am embarrassed that I voted for him. I thought his campaign rhetoric was just schtick. I thought he would actually buckle down and be a president. Boy was I wrong.
>Title VII of the Act, codified as Subchapter VI of Chapter 21 of title 42 of the United States Code, prohibits discrimination by covered employers on the basis of race, color, religion, sex or national origin (see 42 U.S.C. § 2000e-2).
Actually, you learn to read first, doubt you ever went over it.
Nice to know that the victim hood status on the black community is permanent, so as to cry "discrimination" at life's every little pebble that they encounter as obstacles, can get them full scholarship rides, guaranteed into college, college paid for and job after.
And no comment can be made because they are the innocent rare little Unicorn perfect citizen in society, played as a victim of whites.
Sounds pretty fuckin' privileged to me desu, hell, Institutional Privilege to that extent, that is mainly used only for blacks, and disregards Asians and Latinos, with reverse thinking.
"Whites use institutional racism to keep us down" (But they get free education and jobs?)
Really makes the old' fuckin' noggin' (brain) a joggin'.
>>724864136 >implying this much >being so much of a popular media guzzling faggot that you cant comprehend that left vs right is a distraction >having any faith in either political party go fucking die i hope you dont vote bc your kind of party politics bs is what ruins discourse, the founding fathers hate your kind and so do I
>>724864438 >being this much a media watching douchbag you literally have no rebuttal then to pretend that i must be some republican dumbass JUST BECAUSE im calling out the fact that your late night "news" is for degenerate retards that know nothing
>>724864185 dude I'm sittin at home with my cock out, just fucking got dosed up, I am so docile you would not believe, but anyways it's not where he's from or the color of his skin, I come from a time where we judge people based on their merits, or lack thereof
>>724864699 im telling you that both parties are not to be trusted just bc some dude says "im in _ party let me say one thing and then do whatever the fuck i want" you are being a fool and buying into the Hegelian hegemony
John Stewart is not really that funny. He gets laughs from 2 things: groans/voice inflections and complaining like a jewish woman
Truefax, his best years were the first 3 years Comedy Central held a tight reign on him and every segment and writing staff hire had to be approved by Turner Broadcasting execs.
After John renegotiated following the rating boom of Indecision 2000, he phased out the old writers, brought on new ones and all segments needed his vetting and bypassed the producers.
People watched it because it was a cultural phenomenon and you were considered smart and hip and cool. Objectively, the joke quality went down and after both Steves left, there wasn't even a guaranteed laugh over the 30 minutes show
>>724864831 I see color but I try not to care if you aren't gonna just accept that people have opinions that differ to yours then I highly advise you move back in with your parents and accept that you will never mature I've really tried to be reasonable, though this isn't the site for it
Only one racial group gets these benefits mainly out of all other ethnicities in the US.
Nice to see a Killary shill. Needing even MORE privilege to push for already over privileged females and minority groups (namely the black community) to grab easy votes and easy benefits off the backs of the working class White Straight Males, and now in extension to a lesser extent all other ethnic group Males except for blacks. And continually shit down the throat of the main workforce of the US and tax them even more.
As to what, and to whom and which group in relation to, White Americans I would suppose.
Because apparently some odd 1% of Americans in the South back in the slavery times made bank off of some cotton fields (not to EVEN mention black slave owners), which now relates to 100% of all Whites today being benefited from it, including those who immigrated after the Civil War.
Sound pretty fuckin' baseless, ignorant, poorly thought out and racist Desu. Not like we had a black president, black mayors, black police officers, black Supreme Court members, black millionaires, sounds like the entire group is REALLY oppressed Desu.
>>724861530 >Affirmative Action, which basically guarantees blacks higher education and job security. Which sounds like a fucking privilege to me.
It's really funny how differently such things are viewed, it's not like that at all. I can't even take more than a few classes since they cut my financial aide since I was working part time for 7.50. Nobody gets anything for being a certain color.
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In Existentialism is a Humanism, Jean-Paul Sartre (1905-1980) presents an accessible description of existentialism. A key idea of existentialism—and of the human condition—is that existence precedes essence.
The essence of something is its meaning, its intended purpose. A paper cutter is made to cut paper; that is its point. Humans, however, do not have an essence.
Man exists, turns up, appears on the scene, and, only afterwards, defines himself.1
We have no greater purpose, no pre-determined plan, no ultimate meaning. We have, in Sartre’s words, no human nature, since there is nothing (e.g. God) outside of us which would conceive of it for us. We are simply here, and it is up to us to define ourselves. Responsibility
Man is nothing else but what he makes of himself.
We have choice, we have subjectivity, and we choose what we will make ourselves to be; we are entirely responsible for our existence:
Thus, existentialism’s first move is to make every man aware of what he is and to make the full responsibility of his existence rest on him.
This thought is often not easily accepted. ‘Subjectivity’ is a word that riles up many. “If everything is subjective then nothing is objective; nothing is absolute! Our values are nothing more than our whims! Nothing is right or wrong! Rabble, rabble, rabble!”
Sartre replies that, “it is impossible for man to transcend human subjectivity.” He isn’t saying “I prefer subjectivity over objectivity,” he’s asking, “how can we possibly not be subjective?” Even the religious individual who believes that morality is absolute and comes from God must, at some point, choose to believe that this is the case.
Our responsibility is a blessing and a curse. It leads us to feel things like anguish, forlornness, and despair.
This is a very distressing idea. As Dostoievsky said, “If God didn’t exist, everything would be possible [permissible].” Without God we have nothing to cling to.
“There is no determinism, man is free, man is freedom. […] We have no values or commands to turn to which legitimize our conduct.” In other words, we have no excuses, and we are entirely responsible for our decisions.
What are our values? The only way to determine them is to make a decision. At the end of the day, your ideals aren’t what matter; what matters is what you actually did. Despair
Despair arises because we only have power to change things that are within our power to change—and there is a lot we cannot change. Reality is impartial and out of your control, except for small aspects of it here and there. We despair because we can never have full control of the future. What Will Happen Will Happen
Tomorrow, after my death, some men may decide to set up Fascism, and the others may be cowardly and muddled enough to let them do it. Fascism will then be the human reality, so much the worse for us.
Regardless of what is right or wrong, good or bad, and regardless of whether these are absolutes or not, “things will be as man will have decided they are to be.” What will happen will happen and humanity will be entirely responsible for what it does.
Does this mean we ought to become passively accepting of what will happen? Sartre says the exact opposite.
Does that mean that I should abandon myself to quietism? No. […] Quietism is the attitude of people who say, “Let others do what I can’t do.” The doctrine I am presenting is the very opposite of quietism, since it declares, “There is no reality except in action.” Moreover, it goes further, since it adds, “Man is nothing else than his plan; he exists only to the extent that he fulfills himself; he is therefore nothing else than the ensemble of his acts, nothing else than his life. [emphasis mine]
This is why existentialism horrifies some people. It puts such a burden of responsibility squarely on their shoulders. They can’t stand to think they were at fault for not being a great or successful person, for having no great friendships or love. They think they are the victim of circumstances; they haven’t had the proper education, leisure, or incentives; they haven’t found the right person yet; they haven’t had the opportunity to show their greatness. Sartre, however, says that “The coward makes himself cowardly, the hero makes himself heroic.”
The artist is an artist because of the works of art he created, not because of what he could have created. The mathematician is famous for the math he did, not what he maybe could have done.
We find that this is “a harsh thought to someone whose life hasn’t been a success.” We are responsible for our successes and failures. But at the same time, this harshness forces us to face the incredibly important fact that:
Reality alone is what counts.
Sartre sees these views not as a pessimism, but as an “optimistic toughness.” Optimistic in that we are the rulers of our lives; our destiny is within our hands; we are encouraged to take action.
Sartre summarizes his idea of optimism and action in the following passage.
Thus, I think we have answered a number of the charges concerning existentialism. You see that it can not be taken for a philosophy of quietism, since it defines man in terms of action; nor for a pessimistic description of man—there is no doctrine more optimistic, since man’s destiny is within himself; nor for an attempt to discourage man from acting, since it tells him that the only hope is in his acting and that action is the only thing that enables a man to live.
>>724863300 Temporarily maybe. Once we start becoming an actual minority we might reverse that trend until we become a majority again, t which point we might slow back down again, and so on. Western society wouldn't necessarily dissappear in that case. Might become a rarer sight for a while though.
>>724859329 These days Jon Stewart is shtick. Noah Trevor has an excellent ear for language and really really good at imitating accents. He's also good at recognizing the basic fallacies of modern political life.
>>724866638 >Democrats want to tax the rich, not the "main work force." kek^kek >>724866762 i like the responsibility it implies i just disagree with he premise that "nothing means anything" there must be some foundation basis of truth which everything stems from otherwise things could never occur-since we know that every thing that has ever happened stemmed from some form of order, even "a piece of shell rolling onto the beach" which isnt random its bc of the tides bc of the gravity of moon and other obejects etc etc
They wont. Even when Stewart started he wasnt really well received, it takes time to build yourself up. Noah's got a good boost from the election and Trump though, just like stewart really blew up during bush years.
Please elaborate your statement, it makes barely any sense other than a cheap jab at Trump voters.
Are you implying that the left are fighting the rich, rather than White Males?
BLM: "Kill all white people"
SJW and Feminists: "White people are oppressive, stop raping and sexualizing us!" (As they wear panties and tits flopping and hanging out nude in public, shaking their asses) "This'll teach those (boogeyman, ghost hunting) rapists a lesson!"
Antifa: "Conservatives are Fascist White Supremacists Nazis, no tolerance, down with Capitalism, up with Communism!" (Proceeds to burn a flag reading "free speech")
Apparently modern blacks are slaves to this day, is what you are saying. They have no chances of moving up in society . (Cough: fuckin' black president, can't play the race card when your ethnicity ruled the country for 8 years through a legal democratic republic process)
>>724858361 I dunno. I think it'll be awhile just cause the daily show is a household name. It kinda sucks because I really liked Jon Stewart and I try to enjoy Noah but he's just... the man's just not funny. At least John Oliver is still funny
>>724863173 The fuck do you mean "This" the faggot above you is literally just repeating the same comment you could find on the Daily Show FB comments. Literally there are only Republicans to make fun of, the Daily Show is about pointing out hypocrisy and silliness in politicians and major figures, it is not about them ranting about your local SJW that gets under your nerves. Liberals aren't getting smashed because they are not in the position to be made fun of, they have little power. Or are not news worthy.
>>724867585 >what are taxes >what is revenue vs profit just bc people make better dicisions then you and happen to be better at business then you doesnt mean they owe you a fucking thing if their services and products are safe your a hypocrite considering everything in your life comes from "spooki corporations"
and small business owners are often living pay check to paycheck bc of regulations and taxes
and they supply a way to make a living for their employees why dont you just gtfo and move to europe?
>>724867980 Yes, the writers have gotten lazy, but Noah himself is just missing the comedic timing. I don't think the show format fits him, which is ashame because I enjoyed his stand up. I guess it suits him better. Which isn't a bad thing, like I also think Daniel Tosh is really unfunny on his show but I love his stand up
>>724868038 I don't usually entertain Truther conspiracy blogs HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
>>724866726 MuriKKKan humor is not the rest of the world's humor. MuriKKKans are lazy fucks who expect to have their funny-bone tickled, while the European tradition expects the performer and the audience to meet each other half-way. If you could only invest a little effort in trying to understand him, you will be rewarded.
>>724868114 >>724868038 based anons can we get a "classical liberalism"/constitutional party(that actually wins votes) already and btfo of everyone else please >>724868214 >>724868214 >You have absolutely no proof that taxation is killing small business. you realize that independent executive agencies and executive legislation commodities answer to no one and are not voted for and create laws out of thin air that congress doesnt rule on??
>>724868545 same reason trump won even though the liberal echo chamber tried to say he would lose by a landslide. I didn't vote for trump but by him winning he exposed how bad that echo chamber really was..
>>724868439 I've watched every episode and I honestly thought to myself every time "just wait, you'll get used to him and love him just like stewart and colbert" and it just never happened. I think he works better in the standup format, I just don't think the pseudo newscaster style aids in his comedy, he doesn't quite...grasp what's supposed to happen...I guess. I'm bad at explaining. My point is he works better in freeform scenarios, the show puts too many constraints on him with his format and as a result it leads to a stagnating and unfunny experience.
he's doing a good job but the whole jon stewart schtick is getting old by now, relentless ridicule and sarcasm even of certifiable idiots like republicans gets fatiguing to watch, but i still watch trevor about once a week, he is a worthy successor to stewart
>>724866964 Yes, "mulatto" is a New World term. It is from the same "pure race" politics as apartheid. The point is (as Noah has made himself several times) that mulatto, quadroon, and octaroon are not vitiations of whiteness any more than they are vitiations of blackness: they simply describe the admixture of blood.
In the US and in Puerto Rico, the slightest noticeable admixture of blood turns the person into a "black". Utter nonsense. In Louisiana, when the admixture is not noticeable, the person is called a "passe-blanc". Also utter nonsense.
Mulatto Joe, Mulatto Joe, he doan know which way to go, Wedder he be white or neegero. –The Committee
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