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Opinion: Satire helps us understand and evaluate the news

The state of the world today is both deplorable and laughable. It’s one of the reasons Montreal’s Just for Laughs Festival is not only a popular event, but a culturally important one. 589 more words

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Piecing Together What Stephen Colbert's 'Late Show' May Look Like

A metaphorical moment ago, we were clinging to a picture of Stephen Colbert in a captain’s hat as our only proof of life, but now he’s everywhere — … 1,140 more words

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Stephen Colbert Told Jerry Seinfeld Why He Really Left 'The Colbert Report'

It turns out Stephen Colbert was always planning to leave The Colbert Report — with or without another job lined up.

During an appearance on… 247 more words

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Stephen Colbert Was Going to Leave 'Colbert Report' Regardless of ‘Late Show’ Gig

Stephen Colbert revealed to Jerry Seinfeld on Wednesday’s season finale of “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” that he was planning on leaving “The Colbert Report” even before getting his “Late Show” gig. 118 more words

News

Should you use satire in your writing?

Satire is a form of literature (or any medium) intent on exaggerating the shortcomings of individuals, corporations, or society as a whole and is usually described as being ‘cutting’. 393 more words

Fun With Writing

Kevin Bartini

It’s not often that you hear of someone doing what they love for an actual living. Kevin Bartini lives out his dream everyday as a standup comic. 563 more words

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Stephen Colbert Brilliantly Mocks The SCOTUS Marriage Equality Dissenters

Stephen Colbert once again took to the YouTube account for his new version of The Late Show to provide a morsel of comedy in the lead up to his September premiere, this time addressing the… 118 more words

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