Stephen Colbert vs. Ken Buck.

Via on Oct 26, 2010

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One Response to “Stephen Colbert vs. Ken Buck.”

  1. Wonder if comedy helps us sort through our differences in a helpful manner. Self deprecating humor can break the ice and signal humility, but sarcastic and cynical humor ratchet up division. Wonder what effect snarky humor has had on the public discourse. Has it led to incivility, bullying, and other sources of tension in society?

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