Friday, October 14, 2011
Some see bleeping obscenities out of broadcast television as censorship. Others see it as a very necessary means of protecting children. OTM producer Chris Neary has a different defense of bleeping - that it's an invaluable comedic device. He spoke with Michael Schur, the co-creator of Parks and Recreation, who says that the conviction of the person being bleeped is the key to laughs.
Anika - "Officer Officer"
- Japanese Captives, the diary of a Guantanamo Bay inmate, and more
- Hey Ladies
- Terror Reporting and Technological Paranoia
- “Invisible Boyfriend” Expands Boyfriend Repertoire, Sets up Perfect Meet-Cute
- ISIS and the Japanese Captives
- Every Edit You've Ever Made to a Facebook Post Is Visible
- British Men Are Posting Their Nipples on Twitter in Protest
- Debunking Conventional Wisdom
- I Am A Real Person
- In Defense of Corporate Persons