“The Case of the Heckled Comic and the Drink-Tossing Lesbians”

by Kathy Shaidle | July 19, 2008 7:40 am

Alas, if great prose was enough to destroy Canada’s corrupt “Human Rights” Commissions (coming soon to a country near you…), we’d have won the fight long ago.

Here’s the Newfie Rhodes Scholar, Rex Murphy, slagging the latest outrageous case[1] in his own inimitable way:

Incidentally, what are the human-rights protocols governing stand-up comedians in their delicate dance with drink-lubricated hecklers – whether said hecklers be lesbians, heterosexuals or, as is increasingly the case, of indeterminate orientation? Has the International Criminal Court had time to give this explosive area a once-over? Will Don Rickles – finally – be arrested on some international warrant? Is Triumph the Insult Comic Dog on some human-rights watch list?


They should also avoid any jokes involving sex, religion, politics or global warming. Outside those boundaries, I think they’re safe. Chicken crossing the road jokes are safe. Assuming, of course, the fowl pedestrian is free-range and it doesn’t meet a vegetarian halfway over. Absent those elements and I fear cries of chickenphobia will rear their squawking heads.

And here’s the backstory on Guy Earle[2], the comedian accused of not being funny.

(Kathy Shaidle blogs, rants and get sued at FiveFeetOfFury.com[3]. Her book exposing Canada’s “Human Rights” Commissions will be out in September.)

  1. Rex Murphy, slagging the latest outrageous case: http://ezralevant.com/2008/07/rex-murphy-the-case-of-the-hec.html
  2. the backstory on Guy Earle: http://pajamasmedia.com/blog/canada-charges-comedian-with-not-being-funny/
  3. FiveFeetOfFury.com: http://www.fivefeetoffury.com

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